Tag Archives: Habits

Business Management: Habits Of Successful People – Infographic

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Many C-level executives have distinctive formulas to reach business success, and some of the techniques are surprisingly peculiar. Does your pursuit of corporate victory by way of traditional practices need adjusting? We’ve collected some extremely successful CEOs’ unconventional habits to prove that winning isn’t always about staying inside the lines.

Source: AMEX OpenForum

From Pinterest To Purchase – Infographic

Vision Critical collaborated with Emily Carr’s Social and Interactive Media Center to conduct a study on Pinterest users and their pinning habits. The results revealed that a significant portion of Pinterest’s users were buying items they had pinned. Continue reading

Hispanics Love Social Media – Infographic

In a recent survey, 650 adult Hispanics were asked to answer questions about their online social media usage and habits Continue reading

Texting Habits We All Hate – Infographic

All of us know at least one person who sends long boring text messages; a couple that refuses to stop texting no matter who’s around; people who respond after ages with a “K”; then there are those that text you absolute gibberish because they’re “too cool for school”; and of course anger management cases that need to attach a curse word to everything they say. Continue reading

Shopping Habits: Digital And Traditional Shopping Behavior – Infographic

Do you have an addiction for saving money with coupon codes and online coupons? Does your addiction motivate you to find and sort through all the newspaper and mailbox coupons that you can get your hands on? You are a coupon clipper. You save to live and live to save. It’s what you do.

Alright, coupon clipper, you are recognized and respected. Now, put those scissors down for a second and ask yourself, “Is there a better way to save?” Maybe you could change and use a more virtual coupon approach? Use this fun infographic to assess your techno-savvy and determine if, as a modern consumer, you could be utilizing other avenues to save. Scroll through this graphic to reassess and revamp your coupon clipping approach. You’ve got money to save.

Source: Valpak.com

Black Friday And Cyber Monday Shopping – Infographic

Over the past five years, Black Friday has evolved from a single day to snag big sales in U.S. stores into a multi-channel discounting period that begins as early as three weeks before the actual date of the event, which kicks off the Friday after Thanksgiving.

In a survey of 500 shoppers, market research firm Lab42 found that nearly a quarter of American adults plan to start shopping before 3 a.m. on Black Friday. Many retailers, including Target, Macy’s and Kohl’s, plan to open their doors at midnight, and online retailers will be posting deals at midnight as well.

Though many will begin early, 42% of those in the survey said they don’t feel the need to rush, because they think the same deals will be available at a later date. Others — around two-thirds — plan to shop Cyber Monday deals as well, so they won’t be running up their full holiday spending budgets on Black Friday.

On average, shoppers plan to spend more money ($900 vs. $854 last season) and start shopping earlier this year than in years past, according to separate survey data from Google.

Additional findings are displayed in the infographic below.

Source: Mashable.com

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Business: How To Destroy Your Productivity – Infographic

As your company searches for new ways to boost productivity and increase sales, it’s important to be aware of the ways your plans can be thwarted. Turns out, your everyday work habits may actually be standing in the way of your success. Want to know what kills your productivity?

Source: Marketo, Columnfive

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Advertising Shifting to Connected TV – Infographic

Consumers have shifted their video consumption habits drastically in recent years — from cable to connected TV. That’s not news. But advertisers have been slow to catch up, often undervaluing web video commercials in a world where network prime time and Super Bowl ads still command big money.

To illustrate the trends advertisers should be watching, Tremor Video commissioned Frank N. Magid Associates to run a study on consumers’ connected TV preferences and viewing habits. The researchers recruited 1,010 video viewers from across the U.S. between the ages of 18 and 54. All respondents said they viewed video weekly on a smartphone, tablet or connected TV.

See their findings.

Source: Mashable.com, Tremor Video,