How Much Traffic Do Top Websites Get Per Day? [infographic]

October 22, 2014 |  by  |  Business, eCommerce, Marketing  |  1 Comment
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Have you ever wondered how many traffickers the top online corporate entities receive on a daily basis? With the advent of the Internet age, small company owners (especially small tech-web based companies) have assigned particular importance to measuring their daily traffic rates, and rightly so.

The Internet has become a business’s most easily accessible tool for advertising, marketing, data analysis, creative freedom – you name it. Additionally, the amount of Internet users across the globe continues to increase at an exponential rate, deeming your website’s daily hits rate even more important. According to internetlivestats.com, the amount of Internet users has sky-rocketed from 2 billion users in 2010 to almost 3 billion in 2014. That’s a whopping billion more users in just four years! That coupled with the eminently increasing dominance of Internet advertising, it has become imperative for companies to find the most efficient ways to not only track their website’s daily hits, but more importantly, to find a way to increase them.

You won’t be able to compete with the likes of corporate monsters like Google (6.5 million hits per day) or Facebook (4.4 million hits per day), but the facts don’t lie: the most successful web-based companies receive the most daily trafficking. The more visits to your site, the higher the demand for paid advertisements from outside companies. Also, the better your stats sheet looks, the more likely that corporate investor you’ve been brown-nosing for the past year will supply you with additional funding. However you want to look at it though, monitoring your company’s daily traffic and finding ways to increase it will only lead to better things for the future of your business.

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The Single Man’s Finances [infographic]

October 21, 2014 |  by  |  Finance, Lifestyle  |  No Comments
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If only Beyonce had written “Single Gentlemen” instead of “Single Ladies,” this infographic would have a companion ballad. I guess to make up for it, go read “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost. Then go into the woods and write your own poem about the beauty of individual freedom. Then burn it. And now read this article.

The number of single men in the U.S. is on the rise. The only problem with that is married men typically earn more than single men. But think about that for a moment. A lot of married men are supporting families. Single men only have to support themselves. And what a relieving thought that is. The older I get, the less I want to get married. That doesn’t mean I don’t want to some day, but when I think about all of the problems of having a wife and children, I want to be self-centered for just a little longer.

I think of myself as a little kid, and the way I treated my parents. And my parents raised five kids. I just think about all that stress; I mean, I can’t even clean my own room. The only time I do clean it is when I’m having a lady-friend over. That’s just the best perk of being single. As long as you can pull the right moves, you will always have company as far as women go, and not get tired of the same one. I’m not saying that having a girlfriend gets old, because I’ve enjoyed having girlfriends in the past, but it is nice to have options.

But that’s not really the point of this infographic. In fact, this one makes being single look irresponsible to some degree, but I like to talk about me, so thanks for reading. Now check out this dope infographic! [via]

 

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Is There a Real Estate Bubble? [infographic]

October 20, 2014 |  by  |  Finance  |  3 Comments
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Oh no, not again. Living in Austin, I’ve been concerned with an inflating bubble for the last few years. House prices are skyrocketing; most houses have bids within minutes of listing. Some even get bid to up in the hundreds and thousands above the asking price. This bubble here is gonna burst, and I just hope my rent goes down. [Via]

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It’s Startup Time in America [infographic]

October 18, 2014 |  by  |  Business  |  No Comments
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Have you ever considered starting a business? If you have, now is the best time to start. All you need to start a business is an idea, resources and belief in yourself.

Technology has changed how businesses are formed, run, and grow. You no longer even need a physical location for your business; a website can take its place. The infographic below gives some details in starting a business.

One of the new ways in funding your business is crowd sourcing. There are websites where you post your idea, and people will donate money. Of course, the idea would have to be appealing. You can also use traditional methods, like obtaining a small business bank loan. However, it’s best to be prepared for hurdles and obstacles if you do not have good credit.

Another advantage technology gives us is the Cloud, because it can store data for your business. This data can be analyzed to improve your business. Storing all sorts of data on the Cloud is better than on a physical site.

The next time you have an idea for a business, don’t ignore it. Don’t give it away or put it on the back burner. Research the idea, find funding, and become a boss.

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10 Cool Ways to Use PDFs [infographic]

October 17, 2014 |  by  |  Education, Internet  |  1 Comment
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You use PDFs, I use PDFs, we all use PDFs pretty frequently. Today’s graphic explores the uses we know well, and also some surprising ways to utilize this format. Did you know the eSignature industry is expected to be worth $5 billion by 2020? Guess what the backbone of that industry is… Yup, PDFs. This isn’t just future stuff. Just last spring, I signed my lease completely paper-free. It was an easy process where the realtor, landlord and residents all had access to one shared, digital lease. We could comment and make changes right there online instantly. I also have it stored online, so any time I want to check out my lease I just bring it up on the computer. No more looking through filing cabinets.

PDFs will continue to be one of the most used formats on our computers. Get ready to see more of them. [Click Here for the Infographic]

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