In dating, first impressions really do count – and not just for the reasons you might think. In addition to picking something that flatters your figure and hugs your curves, online dating specialist eHarmony, has revealed that it’s not only what you wear that is important, but colour has a whole new role to play in the dating game too!
Studies have shown that colour plays an important part in our understanding of who someone is, particularly when we meet them for the first time. In a recent survey of nearly 2,500 people [by www.vouchercodespro.co.uk], over 60% of both men and women stated that the colour their partner wore on their first date had a big impact on how they felt about them.
eHarmony has come up with a handy infographic to help daters give off the best first impression via colour:
In Feb 2007, yet another blogging/ micro-blogging platform, Tumblr, launched — adding to the many choices for casual and serious bloggers and micro-bloggers in an already crowded market, and going up against competitors such as WordPress.com. Tumblr came to the attention of Yahoo!, a company with a history of buying many great (and some not so great) startups then becoming a graveyard for some of them, due to neglect. What’s in the future is difficult to say since Yahoo! plans to let Tumblr remain mostly autonomous, with the primary exception of the latter now displaying Yahoo!-powered ads.
Do you have a money making idea and you’re still young? There’s a chance for you yet. Many important companies like Facebook and Google were founded around colleges and became some of the biggest mammoths online. To see why college is such an attractive environment and what’s the route to build your own startup, check out the following infographic!
Do you prefer networking online or face to face? Check out this infographic to see which might be better for your business.
Research by Bell Pottinger Wired, one of the UK’s leading digital consultancies, reveals that this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was mentioned more than 1.5 million times online, across media sites, blogs, forums and social networks, such as Twitter.
Insights into online conversations around the event, held in Las Vegas on 7 to 10 January 2014, with more than 3,200 exhibitors and 150,000 visitors, highlight the extent to which consumers engaged with CES online.
You have an option to be completely anonymous online. Here’s an infographic that can guide you about that, and tell you what The Deep Web is.
Until recently viral YouTube videos were one-time flukes.Now an entire industry surrounds YouTube stars: Managers, PR programs, award shows, and content networks!
Every Sunday, millions of people across the world drop checks and cash into the collection plate at church, sharing their wealth with God. What if they no longer had to worry about remembering to bring their checkbooks or stopping at an ATM? What if churchgoers had the option to give to God at any time, from anywhere with a Wi-Fi connection? Now, many churches are making that possible. By enabling online giving options, churches have given congregations greater freedom with their wallets and generosity.
In this infographic, Church Central looks at the ways in which online giving options have benefited churches and churchgoers, as well as helping you decide if online options are right for your church.
This infographic is about how the internet (Al Gore’s greatest invention) has literally changed the world.