Jeff Domansky

Jeff Domansky

Vancouver, BC Canada / Editor, The PR Coach website with 7,500+ PR resources; PR strategist/crisis/coach for hire; former CEO westcoast PR agency; writer; PR management consultant
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Social Commerce and Facebook Marketing Infographic that's all about the psychology of e-commerce

Great info graphic on the psychology of social commerce. Great info graphic on the psychology of social commerce. Great info graphic on the psychology of social commerce.

This visual shows late bloomers, people who achieves proficiency in some skill later than a person is normally expected to

it is never too late to learn - late bloomers infographic. Late bloomers are people who achieved proficiency in some skill later than they are normally "expected" to.

Some artists’ songs are so popular that other singers want to cover them again. In a study of cover songs created from 1958 to 2010, DensityDesign found, perhaps unsurprisingly, that The Beatles were the clear favorite; Queen also made a decent appearance. Michele Mauri’s infographic of the findings uses color and shape to communicate a lot of research in a simple, highly visual way. The design earned a Gold Award in the Infographic category of the 2012 Information is Beautiful Awards.

by Michele Mauri Gold in Infographic/Infodesign for Information is Beautiful Awards.

What makes some entrepreneurs wildly successful, while others can’t seem to get their business off the ground? This data set, visualized by Anna Vital, seems to indicate that it’s their willingness to try out multiple business ideas; they’re “serial entrepreneurs.” The five billionaires profiled all started at a young age (selling newspapers, or Christmas trees, or even garbage bags) and pursued an average of six separate business ventures before making their first billion.

Serial Entrepreneurs Infographic - How to pursue multiple opportunities - The Wild and Crazy Career Paths of 5 Self-Made Billionaires - How did they do it?

With names like “Morkie,” “Puggle,” and “Schnoodle,” so-called designer dog breeds sound like a joke—but for dog breeders and owners, they’re a serious business (and fetch a premium price). More than mutts, designer dogs are hybrids of two or more pure breeds. In a feature for Time Magazine, designer Heather Jones outlines the ancestries of more than 40 of these hybrids using a clever color-coding system that makes this intricate infographic easy to decipher.

It's kind of hard to see but I can see that labradoodles are one of the top dogs to be owned by celebrities. Plus they are designer dogs. My Lukey is so cool!

For something that’s only been around for several years, the hashtag has sure made a splash in social media and society in general—from pop culture to activism. Beutler Ink’s infographic for Offerpop traces its history with a colorful timeline featuring flat illustrations and fun facts.

To better understand hashtags and how to use them here is little bit of history on them! Social Media - The History of Hashtags [Infographic] : MarketingProfs Article - Nov 2013

What’s inside ice cream? You may not want to know. Nina Pilar of Sky Sister Studio goes behind the scenes of the ice cream industry to point out little-known facts and ingredients like red food coloring made from crushed beetles and additives used to enhance texture made from hair and feathers. Maybe your favorite frozen treat isn’t so appetizing after all?

This infographic provides statistical information for ice cream sales, creation, and consumerism.