George C. Dimitriou

Technology and Strategy Consulting

Archive for the ‘Trends’

Top Internet Retailers On Social Media.

May 12, 2012 By: George Category: Digital World, Trends No Comments →

Campalyst has provided this infographic, which covers the largest Internet retailers in the U.S., and their presence on the five key social networks: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google+ and Pinterest.

Infographic by Campalyst

The Case for Beer.

April 23, 2012 By: George Category: Trends No Comments →

Beer Infographic


Can Social Networks Help Land A Job?

April 08, 2012 By: George Category: Digital World, Trends No Comments →

This data was all pulled together by, a site that connects students with Internet-based education programs. OnlineDegrees compiled reports from a variety of sources and research organizations to fill out the picture of how social media can boost your job search. For more, check out the infographic below.

How to use social media to land a job
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Compensation Practices.

March 04, 2012 By: George Category: Economy, Trends No Comments →

PayScale’s 2012 Compensation Best Practices Infographic:

PayScale's 2012 Compensation Best Practices Infographic

Mobile Marketing.

February 15, 2012 By: George Category: Digital World, Trends No Comments →

Hubspot has created an infographic called The 17 R’s of Mobile Marketing, that should help you ease your way into the world of mobile and show you some best practices for using mobile marketing to generate leads for your business.

17 R’s of Mobile Marketing Infographic

17 R's of Mobile Marketing Infographic

Digital Divide in U.S.A

February 07, 2012 By: George Category: Digital World, Trends No Comments →

In this Infographic by, you will find interesting information about the differences in Internet access in the United States.

Digital Divide

e-Atlas of Global Development – A New Data Visualization Tool for World Mapping

April 22, 2011 By: George Category: Digital World, Trends No Comments →

The e-Atlas of Global Development is a free, online, interactive tool, which maps and graphs more than 175 indicators from the World Bank’s development database. Critical issues such as poverty, food production, population growth, climate change, international trade, and foreign direct investment are covered. It is a concise and up-to-date reference for journalists, teachers, students, and anyone interested in better understanding today’s critical development issues.

Visit and use the e-Atlas of Global Development at