Mari Smith shared this copypress.com link on facebook (infographic is from the link), this should be relevant to anyone that does any facebook marketing.

Mari Smith shared this copypress.com link on facebook (infographic is from the link), this should be relevant to anyone that does any facebook marketing.

Which social network takes home the gold? (infographic via Mashable.com)

Which social network takes home the gold? (infographic via Mashable.com)

Infographic for Entrepreneurs via small biz daily.

Infographic for Entrepreneurs via small biz daily.

Infographic from pandemiclabs.com showing what people are most likely to share via social networks versus what actually is posted most by brands.

Infographic from pandemiclabs.com showing what people are most likely to share via social networks versus what actually is posted most by brands.

Infographic on bizarre tax deductions.

Infographic on bizarre tax deductions.

Are too many people creating Infographics?
Adweek recently published the following story:
http: //www.adweek.com/news/advertising-branding/infographic-overload-137383
What do you think? Are there too many infographics that contain false or misleading data?
Who is an average facebook user [Infographic]

Who is an average facebook user [Infographic]

Students graduating and looking for jobs seek more then just high salaries. Students are looking for the ability to work from a place of their choosing. (Infographic via mashable.com)

Students graduating and looking for jobs seek more then just high salaries. Students are looking for the ability to work from a place of their choosing. (Infographic via mashable.com)

What do people want from tablets? (infographic) Most of it is common sense. Business users are focused on battery life and weight. They don’t want to lug around a heavy tablet that isn’t going to last through the workday. Gamers want speed, good graphics capability and a high resolution screen. There is some overlap in what both groups want but for business, IT departments also need to be able to turn off certain functions when used in the workplace.

What do people want from tablets? (infographic) Most of it is common sense. Business users are focused on battery life and weight. They don’t want to lug around a heavy tablet that isn’t going to last through the workday. Gamers want speed, good graphics capability and a high resolution screen. There is some overlap in what both groups want but for business, IT departments also need to be able to turn off certain functions when used in the workplace.