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[15 Nov 2013 | No Comment | ]
Sobering Cyberbulling Statistics [Infographic]

1 in 6 teens are cyberbullied.

Teens who are cyberbullied are 3,5x more likely to attempt suicide than those who aren’t bulled.

Cyberbullying is defined as the “willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell
phones, and other electronic devices.” Currently 80% of teens are on cell phones and on social media sites giving them the almost unhindered ability to communicate with one another for good or bad….

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[9 Oct 2013 | 7 Comments | ]
Internet Protection & Accountability: Covenant Eyes Review

Covenant Eyes is an excellent internet accountability & filtering solution. It’s great both for monitoring your children as well as accountability for adults. It’s simple. You can pick accountability partners you trust whether that be a parent, a friend or a mentor. If you visit a questionable site, it’ll let your friend know. Trust me, it is a really strong and helpful preventive measure that can save you or someone you love from a lot of heartache and shame whether it be with spending too much time on the internet, visiting inappropriate sites or pornography that leaves you with a bad taste in your mouth.

read more about it here!

Internet, News »

[27 Sep 2013 | No Comment | ]
Google Celebrates it’s 15th Birthday with Pinata

15 years ago, two Stanford Grads, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, founded a little company called Google. Google Incorporated was established on September 7th, Google.com domain was registered on September 15th but the official birthday was formalized to September 27th. Don’t ask me why. With the goal of showing the best results through simplicity and speed, Google entered a fragmented market search engine lanscape. Now it owns more than 70% of the search market…

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[16 Sep 2013 | One Comment | ]
Top 10 Countries with Fastest Internet. United States is #11.

What are the Fastest Countries in the World?

A recent survey by Akamai of the world’s 243 countries found the United States’s Internet speeds were 11th fastest. With U.S. consumers now having access to streaming high-definition video and movies, those speeds are nothing to slouch at. Still, consumers, Internet providers and the countries themselves are always in pursuit of faster Internet speeds that expedite the sharing of information.

If you are curious, US came in at No. 11 with 36.6 Mbps, double the global average… who is #1?

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[16 Aug 2013 | One Comment | ]
Are Teenagers bored of Facebook? [Infographic]

Did you know…

– Facebook usage among teens in the US has declined 7% in the last 6 months?
– Facebook users are getting older?
– Tumblr has become the biggest player in teen usage?
– Mothers are taking over Facebook!?

Internet, Social Media »

[31 Jul 2013 | No Comment | ]
What Happens Online in 60 Seconds [Infographic]

So what happens online in any given minute? How about…

2 million searches on Google
72 hours of video uploaded on youtube
1.8 million likes on facebook
11,000 searches on linkedin…

Internet, Video »

[26 Jul 2013 | One Comment | ]
Watching Puppy Videos increases Performance! Scientifically Proven?

It’s the justification you have been waiting for. You don’t have to feel guilty about watching puppy & kitten videos anymore, because they make you better at your job. Dog lovers have always had a hunch this was true, but now science can officially back it up.

The Power of Kawaii (kawaii means cute in Japanese), a study by the University of Hiroshima, set out to analyze the effects of cute images on your brain. The results?…

Internet, Social Media »

[12 Jun 2013 | 2 Comments | ]
Three Easy Ways to Protect Your Child on Facebook

From the bus stop to the home computer, kids are vulnerable little creatures. Even in the comfort of home sitting right beside you on the couch, your child is essentially exposed to online predators and Internet dangers while playing on a laptop. And the moment they log onto Facebook, they’re open to whole new world that, without boundaries and limitations, threatens their safety…

Internet, TV Shows »

[8 May 2013 | 3 Comments | ]
Children TV Shows Options on Amazon & Netflix

What are our kids learning from television? The Federal Communications Commission says children currently spend more than three hours a day watching television. Although the FCC has enacted provisions that require broadcasters to improve and increase the educational content of children’s television, there is no consistent way to ensure that what children watch has any redeeming qualities.

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[6 May 2013 | 3 Comments | ]
Harlem Shake vs Gangnam Style [Infographic]

Everyone loves infographics. Everyone is curious about things that go viral. Combine the two and you get this interesting infographic of useless information!

Below is an infographic comparing the twitter “virality” between two internet phenomenas: Harlem Shake vs. Gangnam Style. Bear in mind, this is an apples to orange comparison. Harlem Shake consist of numerous videos compiled by multiple peoples and groups.

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[14 Feb 2013 | One Comment | ]
Amazing Social Media Image Size Infographic

For social media marketers as well as social media ethusiast.

Check out this beautiful infographic displaying all the graphic image dimensions for Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube, Linkedin and Pinterest. What a great resource.

Internet, News »

[13 Dec 2012 | 4 Comments | ]
How to use Content Marketing to Grow your Business

How do attract a steady stream of new users on my site?

How do I go about creating the kind of content that will attract users?

How do I use podcasts and videos to attract users?

Whether you are a big business owner, a start-up or an owner of blog you are trying to get off the ground, consider Content Marketing.

This article below will help explain what content marketing is and how it could be a great strategy to grow your user base. It will also give a little preview of a new content marketing summit that is conveniently all-online and very cheap to attend. Let’s dig in.