Creating a Culture Around Your Brand [INFOGRAPHIC]


Brands define what companies are and they aren’t and is often the way that businesses and companies can stay ahead and beat out the competition. This infographic by Masters in Marketing has information about Google and Harley Davidson and how they created their brands.

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Do Degrees Make a Difference? 5 CEOs Without Diplomas Who Made It Big

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Conventional wisdom tells you that it’s essential to have a college degree to succeed. The fact is, however, that some of the most famous and successful people in the world never finished college. This is true for people in almost every field, and it includes many CEOs. Let’s take a look at some of the people who have risen to ...

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32 Tips from the Entrepreneurs Bookshelf for Entrepreneurs, Startups & Business Owners

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You’ve heard you are what you eat, well we believe that you are what you read. We receive hundreds of books to read to help out entrepreneurs and business owners but more than just offering a chance to hear about a book we believe we want you to walk away with some wisdom just like we did from reading these ...

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Top 5 Riskiest States for Lawsuits [INFOGRAPHIC]


Hiscox, recently released a study which stated that on average, a US-based business with at least 10 employees has a 12.5% chance of having an employment liability charge filed against them. However, businesses in several states face a much higher level of exposure to litigation: California has the most frequent incidences of EPL charges in the country, with a 42% higher ...

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Smooth Scaling: How to Keep Your Startup Afloat [INFOGRAPHIC]


For seasoned business veterans, creating a startup and getting it operational can be as simple as tying shoelaces. While the rest of the world may lose countless hours of sleep and be paralyzed at the thought of running such an enterprise. The fact that some people can become so good at it proves that the process is completely doable. The ...

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How The Big Business Uses The Emotional Power of Logos [INFOGRAPHIC]


This infographic from looks at the world of logos and how some of the largest brands from Nike to Twitter and Nokia came up with their logo. Here are some interesting statistics: BBC ’97 logo redesign cost $2million while Nike logo was designed by a student and cost ONLY $35! 2-years-olds can already link a product with its logo in ...

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How B2B Businesses Are Tackling Social Media In 2014 [INFOGRAPHIC]

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This infographic from Real Business Rescue explores how B2B Businesses are tackling social media in 2014. Interesting findings include the leap of LinkedIn to become the preferred social network for B2B marketers and that B2B marketers also hope to increase their social media marketing spend.

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How to Start A Startup in College [INFOGRAPHIC]


Starting a startups is difficult and there are many twists and turns and ups and downs throughout the process. This infographic helps entrepreneurs and business owners and college navigate the sometimes treacherous startup waters.

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Women Drive The Billion-Dollar Social Media Industry [INFOGRAPHIC]

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The infographic from shows that women not only use social media more often than men, but they use these sites in more ways.  More women also use the top social media sites and they dominate the visual-type social websites, which are the fastest growing social networks today. No site establishes women’s dominance in social media more than  Pinterest, where 33% of ...

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Microsoft’s Marketing and Diminishing Returns [Infographic]


There can be no doubt that Microsoft has a masterful ability to create a spectacle. Their marketing efforts are surpassed by few, if any, in the software industry, and their penchant for pouring more and more money into their marketing campaigns seems to grow with every new major software release. As you will see from the infographic below, provided by ...

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