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Social Media: 13 Must-Know Statistics from 2013 Facts & Figures


With the multitude of social media channels available and the growing need to create content at scale to fuel these networks, it’s important to have actionable data to help better focus your social media marketing efforts. Take these 13 must-know social media statistics about SlideShare, Snapchat, Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, Vine, LinkedIn and Google+ into Read more

The Wacky World of Storage Facts & Figures


For a good part of the time, self-storage facilities are normal places for normal people to store normal stuff—mattresses, boxed-up memorabilia, TVs and so forth. But every once in awhile, things get more than a little weird in the world of storage. In this infographic, SpareFoot recounts “The 5 Most Outrageous Self-Storage Stories.” Actually, “outrageous” Read more

Gearing Up: A Look at College Football Equipment Facts & Figures


Every week in the fall, thousands of football players trot onto the turf at college stadiums across the country. With pride, these players wear uniforms emblazoned with the colors and emblems of their schools. As they watch the action from the stands and on TV, most college football fans undoubtedly give little thought to the Read more

15 Fantastic Reasons to Clear Out the Clutter at Home Facts & Figures


Organizational design expert and TV personality Peter Walsh divides clutter into two types: lazy clutter and memory clutter. Lazy clutter, he says, “is all the stuff that accumulates out of negligence over time.” That stuff includes unopened junk mail, old magazines and unwanted gifts. Bottom line: It’s trash. Meanwhile, Walsh says, memory clutter “reminds us Read more

A Toast to Wine: The Numbers Behind America’s Love of Vino Facts & Figures


“Wine is one of the most civilized things in the world and one of the most natural things of the world that has been brought to the greatest perfection, and it offers a greater range for enjoyment and appreciation than, possibly, any other purely sensory thing.” ―Ernest Hemingway Five decades after author Ernest Hemingway’s death, Read more

A Snapshot of the College Class of 2013 Facts & Figures


As soon-to-be college graduates cram for final exams and gear up for graduation, they’re also thinking about where they’re going to live and work. If they’re lucky, these future members of the workforce already have the logistics figured out. Unfortunately, many college grads face uncertain job prospects in 2013. “For the fifth consecutive year, new Read more