Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Making Money With Your Blog - How The Best Bloggers Do It

How do I make money with my blog?

That question has to be at the top of every blogger's mind when they first set up their blog. I'm always on the lookout for money-making tips and articles, and today I have a good find.

Blogging and affiliate marketing expert Zac Johnson has some great tips on how to make money with your blog.

Full story:

How Top Bloggers Make Money Blogging [Infographic] http://zacjohnson.com/top-bloggers-make-money-blogging-infographic/

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Why Is Whatsapp So Valuable?

Image courtesy of  DDPavumba / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
If you're like me, you had never heard of the messaging app Whatsapp until last week. Of course, after the news broke that Facebook had purchased Whatsapp for $19 billion it became a household name overnight.

Feeling a bit embarrassed about my ignorance of this (apparently) wildly popular app, I went out and found this infographic, courtesy of woodp3cker.com.

The graphic perfectly illustrates why Whatsapp is considered one of the most valuable tech companies in the world. For even more info on the jaw-dropping Facebook acquisition of this relatively new company, check out Michael Wolf's article on cnn.com.

Let me know what you think about the infographic. Oh, and if you're you're a Whatsapp user, tell me what you think of the app as well.

Journey Of Whatsapp
by woodpeck3r.
Explore more infographics like this one on the web's largest information design community - Visually.

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Friday, February 14, 2014

Flappy Bird Infographic - The Rise And Fall Of A Viral Sensation

flappy bird
Image via AndroidHeadlines.com

Were you a Flappy Bird addict?

Okay, this isn't exactly blogging related, but I'm sharing this infographic about the rise and fall of Flappy Bird anyway. Even though it's slightly off topic, I think the game's incredible popularity says a lot about how fast things can go viral these days. Some people even credit (blame?) Twitter with the game's meteoric rise.

I'm kinda proud to say I didn't play Flappy Bird during its short life, but in a way I wish I had. I mean, it feels like I missed out on something truly unique. If you were one of the millions who were addicted to the crazy little game, I'm sure you'll like this infographic.

  Flappy Bird
courtesy of StartApp

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