I wanted to show you a journey of a successful blog post in one infographic. One of my most popular blog posts ever is the 18 most downloaded WordPress plugins ever so this is the post that infographic tries to examine and show its way from being published, to being spread to thousands of bloggers within some 24 hours.
When did people begin relying on e-mail and other online communication? Some may guess around the 80s, but e-mail actually goes all the way back to the mid-60s.
Radar is all around us every day. However, what do we really know about radar? In the graphic “I Can See You: Radar Explained,” we learn the basics of Radar.
What is RADAR?
- Radar is short for ra(dio) d(etecting) a(nd) r(anging).
- Radar is in use all around us, although it is normally invisible.
What are the uses of RADAR?
There are three predominant uses for radar:
- Detect the presence of an object at a distance
- Determine the speed of an object
- Map something
Over the past several decades, companies were founded within large fixed facilities that, inside the concrete, glass and steel walls, contained all necessary business functions and employees for standard operations. Communicating outside of these compounds wasn’t easy because the technology wasn’t available or it came at a high cost. Employees made their way into the office, complete a day’s work, and headed home at night after a productive eight hours. But now, this centralized model is barely recognizable to most of us as it has been rendered useless with new advances in communication technology. As methods, speed, and options for communication blossomed and grew, businesses and their workforces evolved and adapted to newfound opportunities. Thus, the “mobile workforce” has emerged – a workforce so empowered by personal technology like phones and laptops, wireless internet and real-time data sharing.
NetProspex have tracked social media usage by the firms’ employees to develop a ranking of the 50 most “social” companies.
The infographic offers some additional information, as well. For example, they’ve measured what social networks are most popular among the employees of the US’s largest companies (LinkedIn comes out ahead of Facebook, and just 3% of employees belong to Twitter).