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Breaking Bad is an Emmy award winning American crime drama television series created and produced by Vince Gilligan. It premiered on January 20, 2008 in the United States and Canada on the cable channel AMC. The Breaking Bad series finale, one of the most highly anticipated ever, aired on September 29, 2013. The show is…

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There’s no doubt about it: The workplace can be a battlefield, and there are some very heavy hitters vying for control. Pardot.com has created an infographic entitled “Sales vs Marketing: The Original Game of Thrones” exploring the different sides of the fight, and how we may all find workplace peace one day thanks to marketing…

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Marketers are constantly on the search for useful metrics.  While knowing baseline metrics is always a good thing, deciding which of those metrics are valuable-which ones turn into leads-can be confusing. Pardot.com has created an infographic entitled “Marketing Metrics that Matter”, which outlines most of the marketing metrics available, and separates them into useful categories…

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The term freshman refers to a students in their first year of study. Generally, these are the years we tend to “find ourselves”. The infographic by Citizens Bank generically describes what an average college freshman is like. Painting a picture of the average freshman is certainly nothing short of a daunting task. This fall, roughly 2.1 million…

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Whether you’re aware of it or not, countries are consistently gearing up for the potential of a biological attack. And the fact of the matter is that biological attacks have been around since 1,000 BC. www.securitydegreehub.com has created an infographic entitled “Biological Attack: Are We Ready?” detailing the history of biological attacks, and where the…

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