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The Commodity Concern: Are We Looking At  

Another Bursting Bubble? [Infographic]


Here’s a look at some of the most striking commodity rises over the last decade, and which ones have crashed in 2011.

(Click on the infographic below to learn more.)
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The Commodity Concern: Are We Looking At  

Another Bursting Bubble? [Infographic]

Here’s a look at some of the most striking commodity rises over the last decade, and which ones have crashed in 2011.

(Click on the infographic below to learn more.)

Via Column Five for Focus


How your dad’s music influences your taste [Infographic]


There’s no end to the reasons why you listen to the music you do today, but we’re willing to bet that more than a few of you were subjected to your father’s music at some point in the past (or present). So that leads to the question: what do dear old dad’s listening habits say about the artists in your repertoire? In honor of Father’s Day, we tried our hand at finding out.
(Click on the infographic below to learn more.)

Via  Column Five  for Sonos

How your dad’s music influences your taste [Infographic]

There’s no end to the reasons why you listen to the music you do today, but we’re willing to bet that more than a few of you were subjected to your father’s music at some point in the past (or present). So that leads to the question: what do dear old dad’s listening habits say about the artists in your repertoire? In honor of Father’s Day, we tried our hand at finding out.

(Click on the infographic below to learn more.)

Via Column Five for Sonos

 
Brands That Do Customer Service the Right Way [Infographic]

Temkin Group, a customer experience research and consulting firm, asked 6,000 US consumers to rate their interactions with different brands and how they feel about their favorite (and least favorite) companies. Amazon at the top (again!).



(Click on the infographic above to learn more.)

Via  Column Five  for Get Satisfaction

 

Brands That Do Customer Service the Right Way [Infographic]

Temkin Group, a customer experience research and consulting firm, asked 6,000 US consumers to rate their interactions with different brands and how they feel about their favorite (and least favorite) companies. Amazon at the top (again!).

(Click on the infographic above to learn more.)

Via Column Five for Get Satisfaction


Defending Your Privacy: Which Social Networking Sites Are Secure? [Infographic]


Deciding which social networking sites to avoid or use can be a challenge. Discovering what privacy settings they have, or don’t have, can be even more cumbersome. Here, we rank eight of the most popular social networking sites according to their privacy and look at some of the most famous security attacks from 2010.

(Click on the infographic above to learn more.)
Via  Column Five  for ZoneAlarm

Defending Your Privacy: Which Social Networking Sites Are Secure? [Infographic]

Deciding which social networking sites to avoid or use can be a challenge. Discovering what privacy settings they have, or don’t have, can be even more cumbersome. Here, we rank eight of the most popular social networking sites according to their privacy and look at some of the most famous security attacks from 2010.

(Click on the infographic above to learn more.)

Via Column Five for ZoneAlarm


Rent vs Buy: What the Numbers Show In Your City [Infographic]


With housing prices now down to 2002 levels throughout most of the country, many people who previously shied away from real estate are now thinking of locking in a deal. Not so fast! While affordability has certainly improved in many areas, prices in others remain high when compared to pre-bubble long-term averages. To visualize home affordability throughout the country, we compare price-to-rent ratios in various metro areas to where they were at the peak of the bubble (2006), as well as their long-term pre-bubble average (1989 to 2003).

(Click on the interactive infographic ABOVE to learn more.)
Via  Column Five  for Credit Sesame

Rent vs Buy: What the Numbers Show In Your City [Infographic]

With housing prices now down to 2002 levels throughout most of the country, many people who previously shied away from real estate are now thinking of locking in a deal. Not so fast! While affordability has certainly improved in many areas, prices in others remain high when compared to pre-bubble long-term averages. To visualize home affordability throughout the country, we compare price-to-rent ratios in various metro areas to where they were at the peak of the bubble (2006), as well as their long-term pre-bubble average (1989 to 2003).

(Click on the interactive infographic ABOVE to learn more.)

Via Column Five for Credit Sesame


Feeling Taxed At The Pump? [Infographic]


As gas prices hover around $4.00 a gallon, seven in 10 Americans say the high cost of gasoline is causing financial hardship for their families. The nationwide average tax on gasoline of 49.5 cents per gallon has risen 1.4 cents since January of this year. Which states are being taxed more at the pump for gas and diesel? Let’s take a look.

(Click on the infographic Above to interact.)
Via  Column Five  for TurboTax

Feeling Taxed At The Pump? [Infographic]

As gas prices hover around $4.00 a gallon, seven in 10 Americans say the high cost of gasoline is causing financial hardship for their families. The nationwide average tax on gasoline of 49.5 cents per gallon has risen 1.4 cents since January of this year. Which states are being taxed more at the pump for gas and diesel? Let’s take a look.

(Click on the infographic Above to interact.)

Via Column Five for TurboTax

The Double-Dip Housing Recession: Where It Hurts the Most [Infographic]


It’s official. Housing prices are back in the dumps. The modest rebound  that began in late-2009, fueled mainly by a first-time-buyer tax credit,  ran out of steam in late-2010 and reverted to a recession in the first  quarter of the year, according to the S&P/Case-Shiller index.

(Click on the infographic ABOVE to learn more.)
Via Mint.com

The Double-Dip Housing Recession: Where It Hurts the Most [Infographic]

It’s official. Housing prices are back in the dumps. The modest rebound that began in late-2009, fueled mainly by a first-time-buyer tax credit, ran out of steam in late-2010 and reverted to a recession in the first quarter of the year, according to the S&P/Case-Shiller index.

(Click on the infographic ABOVE to learn more.)

Via Mint.com


Facebook’s Path to IPO [Infographic]


The Facebook IPO, which may come as soon as next spring, is one of the most anticipated IPOs of recent times. In our examination—the first of a series—at the Facebook IPO, we thought it would be worthwhile to see just how they got to where they are today.

(Click on the infographic ABOVE to learn more.)
Via  Column Five  for Namesake

Facebook’s Path to IPO [Infographic]

The Facebook IPO, which may come as soon as next spring, is one of the most anticipated IPOs of recent times. In our examination—the first of a series—at the Facebook IPO, we thought it would be worthwhile to see just how they got to where they are today.

(Click on the infographic ABOVE to learn more.)

Via Column Five for Namesake

 
How a Phone is Phished: New Infographic [Infographic]

All the recent data breaches mean that phishing attacks could increase too. In the last 6 months alone there were more than one hundred thousand phishing attacks targeting frequently visited social networking sites like Facebook, banking sites, government agencies and donation websites.

(Click on the infographic ABOVE to learn more.)
Via  Column Five  for Lookout

How a Phone is Phished: New Infographic [Infographic]

All the recent data breaches mean that phishing attacks could increase too. In the last 6 months alone there were more than one hundred thousand phishing attacks targeting frequently visited social networking sites like Facebook, banking sites, government agencies and donation websites.

(Click on the infographic ABOVE to learn more.)

Via Column Five for Lookout


Talent Wars: An Arms Race in Tech [Infographic]


Poaching. No, we’re not talking ivory tusks or leopard skin rugs. We’re talking people. Specifically, engineers. Google, Facebook, Twitter, Apple—they’re all after the best of the best in the industry. And so are the startups.

(Click on the infographic ABOVE to learn more.)
Via  Column Five  for Udemy

Talent Wars: An Arms Race in Tech [Infographic]

Poaching. No, we’re not talking ivory tusks or leopard skin rugs. We’re talking people. Specifically, engineers. Google, Facebook, Twitter, Apple—they’re all after the best of the best in the industry. And so are the startups.

(Click on the infographic ABOVE to learn more.)

Via Column Five for Udemy


Damage control: How to recover from a customer service fiasco [infographic]


These days, it’s very easy for customers to get the message out when they feel a company has wronged them. Get a few folks on Twitter, tack on a hashtag to the tune of #thiscompanysucks, and suddenly you’re at the center of a nationally trending conversation that could’ve been easily prevented had you just been prepared. More than ever, companies need to have a strategy in place to prevent online customer service dust ups from becoming full-blown disasters.

(Click on the infographic below to learn more.)
Via  Column Five  for Zendesk

Damage control: How to recover from a customer service fiasco [infographic]

These days, it’s very easy for customers to get the message out when they feel a company has wronged them. Get a few folks on Twitter, tack on a hashtag to the tune of #thiscompanysucks, and suddenly you’re at the center of a nationally trending conversation that could’ve been easily prevented had you just been prepared. More than ever, companies need to have a strategy in place to prevent online customer service dust ups from becoming full-blown disasters.

(Click on the infographic below to learn more.)

Via Column Five for Zendesk

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