Late night poker watchers and weekly players will greatly appreciate this. Casino.org’s latest infographic compares and contrasts each method of playing, whether you go old fashioned or play through your online avatar. Source: Casino.org
A quick video to support the Daymon Worldwide CMO’s presentation at the 2012 Daymon Worldwide Leadership Summit in Dallas, TX. The video features the animation of social media and technology statistics relevant to the presentation it preceded.
We’ve had video infographics about Facebook before, but this one is more recent and takes into account the now more than 850 million users.
All eyes are on Pinterest, the social network that lets users collect and share images found on the Web by “pinning” them on virtual pinboards. This video infographic looks at some statistics and why Pinterest can be a very valuable marketing tool.
A video infographic that explains Twitter, the world’s second most popular social network.
We are well aware of social media’s grand success, but how much is the consumer worth? This new infographic from Backupify takes a look at how much we as users mean to popular sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Yelp. Source: Backupify
Mobile devices have drastically altered the media landscape, and with a projected 7.1 billion mobile devices in the world by 2015 they will only continue to change the way the world communicates.
The new Red Cross Digital Operations Center will help connect people to the resources they need when disaster strikes.
This video infographic shows how information has changed to become one of the most valuable things a company can have.
This new infographic from Wikibon explores the hacktivist operations that sent messages many of us will not easily forget. Source: Wikibon