Top UK Websites Lag Behind US Counterparts

May 17, 2014

This research is based on measuring the load times of all the Fortune 500 (USA) and FTSE 350 (UK) companies and compiling a set of performance benchmarks that all websites should use. The load times are real world “end user load times” i.e. how long it takes to load a page from the time a […]


Daily Data Packets

April 4, 2014

Mapping my daily use of internet, time spent in a day over different websites. Glued to the monitor, rapidly clicking away. Source


Startup Companies Leading Transition to Online business activities

March 18, 2014

High-tech startups were most likely to begin operations with websites and email, but were no more likely to be selling online than were non-high-tech companies. Across industry types, companies in Manufacturing; Wholesale Trade; Professional Services; Retail Trade; Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate (FIRE); and Arts, Entertainment and Recreation were most likely to begin business with […]


10 Years On: When the bubble burst

March 12, 2014

On 10 March 2000, the NASDAQ composite peaked at 5132.52. The burst of the dot-com bubble was imminent and the NASDAQ would crash so spectacularly that it would never fully recover from the burst. Even today, it still sits at about 54 percent below that level. Source


Mobile Traffic Statistics

December 17, 2013

This shows data from a selection of 40 sites that have significant traffic (at least 1000 unique visits per day, average). The sites covered the following four main market sectors: Tech and Electronics, Health and Beauty, News and Travel. Data from 10 sites of each niche were used. Source


CIV Digital 10th Anniversary

October 28, 2013

CIV Digital is celebrating its 10th anniversary in business and created this infographic to reflect on their work done, as well as the entities they’ve worked with over the last 10 years. Source


Dodging The Fail Whale: A Downtime Survival Guide

October 25, 2013

Website downtime can be a real drag, especially if the site has important information you can’t access. Downtime is when a website is down for a certain amount of time for whatever reason. This infographic offers tips on what you can do when your site is going through that difficult moment known as downtime. Source


Google’s Collateral Damage

October 18, 2013

A buzz kill for one group of the online business community is commonly a real boon for another, and no other company seems to create a bigger wake of destruction [and opportunity] than Google. Unless you work for a company materially affected by their search algorithm updates, most of the impacts noted on this infographic […]


Who uses

October 11, 2013 hit a milestone of 1 million posts on their website. To celebrate, they teamed up with to take a look at what has gone on over the course of those million posts. Source

30 Free Useful Websites for Online Promotion

30 Free Useful Websites for Online Promotion

August 30, 2013

This visualisation was made to help inform and advertise on how easily and effectively you can use the web 2.0 tools to build an online presence through free sites, feeds, embed and monitor progress/stats. Source

Who Did the SOPA Blackout Really Affect?

Who Did the SOPA Blackout Really Affect?

August 15, 2013

But geographic distribution of users didn’t seem to tell the whole story, so we also began to comb sources for information on the behavior of users of each of these sites in an attempt to place that information in context. In an effort to convey this information, we thought a graphic was the most appropriate […]

Facebook for Websites

Facebook for Websites

July 5, 2013

Facebook offers webmasters and bloggers a lot of options for integrating their platform onto websites. Consider the number of users that are logging into Facebook on a daily basis and staying logged in throughout the day while perusing the Internet. Source