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2015 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report

Nonprofit leaders: if you haven’t yet, download the 2015 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report — it’s chock full of perceptions and opinions of people just like you. They’ve also created this wonderful infographic overview for us to enjoy.

To download the full report, click here »

2015 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report Infographic

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Infographic: Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Greetings from Savannah, Georgia, on this St. Patrick’s Day! Savannah hosts a huge St. Pat’s celebration, expecting 300,000 people this year. Despite the rainy day, I can attest to the throngs of partiers in green hats! For fast facts in St. Pats, check out the “St. Patrick’s Day by the Numbers” infographic below, from thehistorychannel.com.

2014-0317-st-patricks-day-infographic-final-forwebCourtesy of The History Channel. See original post »

 

 

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Infographic: Apple vs. Google

A great side-by-side comparison of two technology giants by Great Business Schools. Interesting to see how they each to certain things more successfully, but both have also had their failures. Most striking is the difference in the perception of security between iOS and Android — Apple is winning that battle. Also, Apple apps makes almost five times the revenue of Google apps with one quarter of the market share! Personally, I am too invested in Apple products to switch. But I do wish the price point would come down a bit. So who do you think is winning?

Apple vs. Google

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Oscars® Infographic: The Best Pictures

In celebration of the upcoming Academy Awards on Sunday night, I present to you an infographic of Best Pictures created by PR firm Beutler Ink. What an awesome example of iconography! Can you guess what movie each icon represents? Scroll to the bottom for the answers.

Click the image to view a larger version.
Best Picture Infographic by Beutler InkAnd now you know the name Beutler Ink!

 

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Did you know…

The first Thanksgiving was a 3-day harvest feast held by the founders of Plymouth colony in 1621, attended by 53 colonists and 90 Wampanoag? They ate deer, geese swan and duck along with shellfish and lobster. And pumpkins, of course.

Enjoy more fun facts in this infographic by history.com…and enjoy your Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving by the Numbers

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