How Wearable Technology Will Change the Internet #infographic

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Wearable technology is the future - allowing for technology and data sharing to weave itself seamlessly into our everyday lives. Here's how wearable tech will revolutionize the internet.

How Major Companies Motivate Their Employees #infographic

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The perks of working for tech giants like Google and Facebook have become a real talking point over the past few years. So what are other major employers doing to keep their workforce happy - and loyal?

Add Weights and Still Look Great: Women's Bodybuilding #infographic

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Women are often discouraged from adding in weights as a part of their regular fitness routine. Learn why that may be a mistake from this infographic.

When Yelp Attacks! How to Defend your Business Online #infographic

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People search when they are in buying mode and ready to spend. This is your chance to entice new customers. 99% of Yelp users have made a purchase at a business they found on Yelp, with nearly 90% of them doing so within a week. 4 out of 5 Yelp users visit the site because they intend to buy a product or service.

Biometric Kiosks: The Key For Effective, Secure and Smart Information #infographic

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Security concerns in the present world continue to grow ever more complex. Identity management and the many billions lost every year through fraudulent authentication in financial, banking, retail and corporate environments is pushing for the need for enhanced, secure identification and personal verification technologies.

The Value of Volunteering Time #infographic

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The following data representing the value of volunteer time is solely based on the hourly earnings (approximated from yearly values) of all production and non-supervisory workers on private non-farm payrolls average (based on yearly earnings provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics). Independent Sector indexes this figure to determine state values and increases it by 12 percent to estimate for fringe benefits. Charitable organizations most frequently use the value of volunteer time for recognition events or communications to show the amount of community support an organization receives from its volunteers.

The Complete Social Media Clean Up Checklist #infographic

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It’s a good idea to set aside some time once per month to clean up your social media accounts. Taking a step back to re-evaluate and update your current presence will help your brand to strengthen and grow your online marketing efforts in the future. Here are some easy ways to refresh your social media pages.

Teen Drug Use: Parents, Are You in the Dark? #infographic

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Not enough parents are concerned about their teens potential to use drugs. This piece explores the stats behind why, and reveals common indicators of drug use as well as common places that teens hide their drugs.

The Ultimate Guide to Office Bathroom Etiquette #infographic

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You can't make others become kind people, but if you follow etiquette, you may. Learn bathroom etiquette with this guide.

Characteristics of Successful Public Policy #infographic

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Here is a short infographic on which characteristics make for a successful public policy. After a review of what a public policy is, it lists the ten most important US public policy issues: economy, jobs, budget, terrorism, Social Security, education, Medicare, health costs, poverty, and crime. It goes on to explain a nine step process to create a strong public policy. If a policy has four characteristics (solves problems, serves justice, supports democratic institutions and processes, and encourages an active citizenship), it can be deemed a strong policy. Then it calls on us to ask if the policy is good or not by answering four questions: Does the policy solve the problem? Does the policy use government? Is the policy constitutional? Is the policy realistic? After reviewing these facts and questions, we can decide for ourselves if a public policy is good, and if it follows those nine steps, it can be deemed as a good, successful public policy.