Google's answer to Facebook recently announced 100 million users. While that's still nowhere near Facebook's 800 million, it clearly has a lot to offer its users- especially those who use other Google services. The jury on Google+ remains out, but in this infographic we came up with twenty reasons to switch to it. View Infographic ›
A city's competitiveness is measured by its ability to attract capital, businesses & tourists. Our infographic, inspired by the Economist, takes a look at the most competitive cities in the world. It's interesting to note that when it comes to economic strength, Asia dominates the world, with 15 of the top 20 cities in that category located in Asia. View Infographic ›
This extensively researched infographic showcases the results of the latest expat surveys on the top countries to live and work abroad in- and why. As a bonus we've included how these countries rank when it comes to measuring cost of living, certainly a factor when deciding where to live. View Infographic ›
MIT graduate Drew Houston co-founded Dropbox back in 2006 when he got tired of keeping track of his USB flash drive. He knew there must be a faster, more convenient and safer way of not just storing data but also sharing it. Today Dropbox is one of the hottest tech start-ups around and is going from strength to strength so much that tech giants such as IBM and Google are playing catch up.
This infographic was published on Performancing Blog
If you've done any mobile gaming at all, you're probably familiar with Open Feint, Crystal, Plus+ or Apple's Game Center. Here we take a closer look at the big four Mobile Gaming Networks. Big business, considering that the 1.08 billion smartphones in the world are mostly (61% of the time) used for gaming. View Infographic ›
He's been compared to Thomas Edison and Henry Ford, a true visionary who encouraged the world to "think different". But as our "tribute" infographic shows, there are many more lessons to be learned from the life of Steve Jobs. View Infographic ›
A infographic created for Zuberance.com looking at brand advocates and how much influence and reach they have.
Published on the Zuberance blog
A look at what Pinterest is and who is using it around the world.
This infographic design was published on Performancing Blog
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An infographic looking at some of the factors on ease of setting up and running a business in nations around the world for 2012. This infographic examines business issues such as construction permits, ease of tax compliance and how well shareholders are protected.
This infographic was published on o5.com
Facebook's rise never ceases to amaze us- from a net income of $229 million in 2009 to a cool $1 billion last year, as illustrated in our latest infographic. Among other things, we look at the number of active Facebook users around the globe (Asia has the most users, but the U.S. has the largest penetration per population), what they actually do on Facebook (like uploading 250 million photos a day), the games they like to play, and some interesting facts from Facebook's recent IPO filing. View Infographic ›
You may be surprised by some of these stats about smartphone adoption and usage in Japan. For a nation that normally leads the globe in terms of technological advancement and usage they have been very slow with converting to smartphones.
This Infographic was published at Search Engine Journal.
The Big Mac index was developed by The Economist several decades ago to measure the Purchasing Power Parity of nations in a simpler and easier way for people to understand and to set the bar for costs in that nation by which they can measure and compare.
This infographic design was published on o5, Recipes For Life
A creative look at the cost comparisons between purchasing a newly built single house against a condominium in Japan.