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Social Advertising

The State of Social Advertising

Businesses are truly starting to see the benefits of social media as an advertising venue. Users may not like it, but if it means keeping our favorite social sites running and robust without us having to pay, we’re willing to tolerate it (to some extent). This graphic breaks it down for us. Click to enlarge. […]

Acura History

25 Years of the First Japanese Luxury Brand

Germany may have the market cornered when it comes to the long history of luxury automotive brand, but the last quarter century has seen the rise of Japanese luxury manufacturers. Acura, a Honda brand, led the charge and opened the doors for Asian markets to hit the luxury realm. Here, we explore that history. Click […]

Sound

How to Create the Ultimate Music Pad

Men and women young and old love music. It’s a nearly-universal attribute of humanity to enjoy sounds and melodies, beats and singing, regardless of our preferred style of music. This infographic by Sonos breaks down the creation of the ultimate music listening venue. Click to enlarge.

Going Local

Going Local vs Fair Trade

It’s a question that many people face daily. There are so many advantages to “doing the right thing” and supporting local suppliers, but the fair trade route often has equal if not greater benefits. Which do you choose? That’s the question answered in the infographic below. Click to enlarge. via Ethical Ocean – eco friendly […]

Flying High

Comparison: Airline Pilots vs Teachers, Lawyers, and Doctors

Since the dawn of flight, being a pilot has been a highly coveted job for many young people. Airline pilots in particular get the bulk of the attention as it’s well understood that they make good money and acquire high respects from people across the nation. This infographic by our friends at Brown Aviation explores […]

Stick vs Automatic

Stick vs Automatic

Knowing how to handle the clutch is a sure sign of a skilled motorer. And with one of the highest percentages of manual owners of any car brand, MINI was curious: what else might being able to drive stick say about a person? As always, the Hunch data reveals all. Click to enlarge.

Recession Paradox

The Recession Paradox

There are perceptions will will almost always persist when it comes to the economy, particularly when it’s in as bad of shape as it’s in currently. Are these perceptions accurate? According to recent data, they are not. Click to enlarge.