Showing posts with label infographic. Show all posts
Showing posts with label infographic. Show all posts

01 April 2019

Top Tech Blogs in India (AllTechBuzz Infographic 2019)

Very happy to update this blog post with an infographic for 2019.  The first infographic dated back to 2014.  Both display the Top 50 Tech Blogs in India to be followed.
top tech blogs


No surprise that the infographic prepared by AllTechBuzz still has my all-time favorite tech blog at the top of its list.  In my humble opinion, ShoutMeLoud.com was and still is Numero Uno!  It's a fantastic award-winning blog loaded with invaluable advice, tips and tricks.  It was great in 2014 and it's still great!  

Visit the site and sign up to receive their free newsletter via eMail or check out the ShoutMeLoud blogging app (free download).


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Courtesy: All Tech Buzz

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22 April 2016

Happy Earth Day! 2016 and Beyond! Beyond!! Yes? Save the Planet! Right?

In 2014, Earth Day was on a Tuesday and so the celebration of Tree Tuesday could be combined. Being an ardent tree lover, made a special effort to publish this post:



Image credit: © Photographer: Francy874 | Agency: Dreamstime.com


Last year, 2015, NASA celebrated the 45th annual Earth Day, but for me the day came and went. Nevertheless, determined to make some sort of mention this post ("Talk to the other NOAA.") was shared via my Google Plus profile page and to my surprise, fellow Plussers were interested on making comments for posterity.




This year 2016, making it point to carry on the tradition of celebrating Earth Day.  Because really ... Mars (or any other planet) is not a better place.  We need to save this planet!  One World!  That's all we got!

Click to view an infographic depicting "NASA's Plan to Put Thousands of People in Space Colonies" (click on image to enlarge if necessary). Infographic from Space.com.


23 January 2016

My Pick for Infographic of the Day From Manta.com - Freedom & Independence

Mea culpa! Mea culpa! Apologizing to Manta.com for not spreading the love. In my defense? 
  • Excuse #1: A newbie (or inexperienced entrepreneur) to the world of online business.
  • Excuse #2: Home business blogs were not up and running - at the time when my websites were listed in their directory back in 2011.

Four years later, on a roll with my homebiz projects and know enough now to let others know that if you are a small business owner, home business entrepreneur, WAHM, whatever! ... Take advantage of the resources and services this company has to offer. Sharing this gem from their blog, my pick as an "Infographic of the Day".

If you are an American small business person and don't get to watch CNBC (or any other business new channel, for that matter), then you should follow the Manta blog. It will keep you informed and current.

Isn't this infographic awesome?

2014, Millennials and the American Dream - Manta.com



Image from Manta Blog


NOTE: Content first posted Oct 2014 at a blog that is no longer published. Republishing at My Blog Stop! as it is still relevant.

21 June 2014

True Cost of Funding Your Education via Student Loans (Guest Post)

Many small business owners learned what they know about running a business and having a successful business from just trial and error. Others have been fortunate enough to be able to go to school for a degree in business and have learned from seasoned business vets just exactly how to have a thriving and successful company.


As the economic landscape at the moment promotes small business growth, many newly graduated business students are finding that sometimes to really get your career going you need to branch out on your own. However, just as investing in your own company can be risky going to school to get a degree in business can be risky as well. With colleges increasing their tuition every year it can be difficult for students to be able to fund their education on just grants or scholarships alone. Many students take on a part-time job while in school but many find it difficult to balance both school and work successfully. Thus more and more students are looking to student loans to help fund their education. In 2012, the average college graduate had about $26,000 in student loan debt and that is just the number for those that pursued a Bachelor’s Degree.

Furthering your education can be a costly investment but it can also reap in many benefits as more and more companies require applicants to at least have a Bachelor’s degree. College graduates also still earn significantly more than those without a degree. Although there are many benefits to a college degree, students should also look at what they might face after graduation, large amounts of student loans.

The infographic below by Consolidated Credit tracks the history of student loan debt in the last 60 years and gives you a little more insight into what a college degree can really cost you.

Consolidated Credit Counseling Services, Inc. is a nationally recognized and certified credit counseling agency. We offer credit counseling, debt management services, and personal finance education.

  • Guest Blog Post submitted by Maxine Wells, freelance writer who publishes material on a wide range of topics, such as women in business, and credit and finance.  maxinetwells.jux.com



Originally Posted on November 6, 2013 at 11:10 AM - Cinex Notes Services
CNS Blog was discontinued; eff date June 11, 2014.









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