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How Google makes money from Android
Would you like to know Google's scheme on how they make money from the famous smartphone OS platform? Check out this infographic for surprising Google facts!Read More
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- Where do Japanese us Electronic money the most?
Edy, Nanaco, Pasmo, Suica... While you may not be very familiar with these names, these smart cards are the most commonly spread forms of electronic money ("E-money"), making life easier for millions of Japanese people every day. A recent study showed where Japanese people use E-money the most: ・Convenience Stores 76.1% ・Public Transportation 50.1% ・Supermarket 41.4% ・Vending Machines 40.6% ・Stores inside Train Stations 33.9%
- What’s the deal with Namecoin? [Infographic]
Bitcoin wasn’t the only cryptocurrency that thrived during the last couple of years. Take the example of Namecoin, a digital coin that also works as an independent domain name provider. This virtual currency, created almost three years ago, also grew like crazy in 2013 due to its many possibilities. Namecoin even registered a price peak in November, along with Bitcoin, and the value keeps going up, like this infographic will show you. Take a few minutes to discover more about this awesome Bitcoin-inspired cryptocurrency and its potential. Who knows? You might end up getting a new favorite digital coin after this.
- The Most Expensive Google AdWords Keywords in UK
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- Japan Is About to Become the Largest Music Market
According to the industry trade group IFPI, Japan has been declaired the second highest ranking country in the music industry (Which is only 1.3 percent less than the US). Check out the infographic for more hip facts.
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The content grid allows you to organize, plan and monitor all processes within your content marketign strategy.
- UK Caller Satisfaction Survey
If you are a business, have you ever wondered how your customers feel after they have spoken to you on the phone? Face for Business has recently conducted a survey to discover just that. In order to find out how customers really feel about calling companies, we have asked 1500 individuals how long they think they spend on hold each week when calling businesses, the length of time before the call is answered, the friendliness, knowledge and professionalism of the representative they speak to, as well as their preferred method of contact. The results will help to improve business customer service and phone management.