Did you know that one year of demolition debris from demolished homes is enough to build a wall around the entire border of the continental United States? Well, it’s true. Just the same, when deciding to rebuild, it is the little things that add up; like the savings from using modern materials. For example, with single pane windows, air which has used energy to be either heated or cooled escapes through the window. However, modern multi-pane windows reflect the air back into the room without escaping through the windows allowing for a much more efficient heating and cooling system. The infographic below, presented by Blu Homes, discusses this and other advantages to rebuilding and even renovating.
Archive for August, 2013
Brand loyalty or deal? That is the question. Retailers are now experiencing a shift in the mindset of shoppers. More and more, shoppers are willing to make the switch, in brand or store, to save some cash. The infographic below, presented by MarketTrack, provides insight into the unforeseen risk facing retailers.
The future is uncertain, but it’s a given that we’ll keep making technological advancements. To continue this trend, future students should consider the areas with the largest expected growth to pursue degrees in. Check out this infographic from TopDegreesOnline.com to learn about the most useful degrees for the 21st century.
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Product recalls happen frequently and can do a lot of damage to a company. They happen in every industry; but most frequently in the automotive, pharmaceutical, food, and child product industries. There is a high cost to recalls, and potential liability risks. Business insurance is important for a company that sells products to the public. It can cover the costs of a recall, as well as settlement and legal costs if sued.
Learn about the worst recalls in history, and what else business insurance can protect a company from, in the infographic below, presented by InsuranceQuotes.com.
From: Bankrate Insurance’s insuranceQuotes.com
Customers are not patient. They don’t want to wait more than two and a half minutes in line to check out, and if they have to wait for more than five minutes, they probably won’t come back. That’s why internet uptime is so important for retailers. This infographic from RetailCustomerExperience.com tells you everything you need to know about keeping your business’s uptime as high as possible in order to satisfy your customers.
Doctor Who, the classic British TV show whose popularity has soared all over the world in the past decade, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. It has close to 800 episodes despite being off air for most of the ’90s and early ’00s, and this Christmas, twelve actors will have played the titular character. Check out this great infographic, presented by Direct Select TV, to find out about Doctor Who and its history.
Doctor Who Turns 50 is brought to you by www.DirectSelectTV.com
Ever wondered why cereal was so much better at night than in the morning? Maybe it was so that we could pair our Cap’n Crunch cereal with the Captain’s awesome late-night talk show. Don’t believe us that it’s great? Check out this infographic to see the top five reasons why it is!
Each day people from all over the world tune in for their favorite television programs to stay in the loop about current events or even to enjoy some reality TV. The fact is, though, that no matter what people are watching, TV has a huge impact on our world. Check out this infographic to learn more about how TV is changing our world and how programs compare and contrast based on location and culture.
TV Is Changing Our World brought to you by www.direct-ticket.net
Mobile video has changed the way we view and share videos. Many people are even watching TV on their mobile devices. In fact, Nielson reports that 30 million consumers are now watching TV on mobile.
Not only has mobile video made entertainment more enjoyable but has also been a good tool to share world events. Crime and other events can be caught on video to aid in catching criminals, as well as getting the word out about important events throughout the world.
Check out the infographic below presented by Qualcomm Spark to learn about some of the greatest moments in mobile video history.
With the Obamacare delays underway, Americans seem to be even more confused. In fact, 23 percent don’t even know about Obamacare and only 59 percent are aware that Obamacare is taking effect.
However, have no worries if you aren’t quite sure about what is going on. The infographic below presented by InsuranceQuotes.com highlights some helpful information about Obamacare and the delays that are happening. Check it out below to learn more.
From: Bankrate Insurance’s InsuranceQuotes.com