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Bo Obama has certainly received his share of media coverage, but he's actually just the latest in a long line of critters who’ve called the White House home. While 68 percent of our presidents have owned dogs, and 20 percent of them have had cats, other animals have also lived at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue — like canaries, goats, horses and even cows. Exotic animals have also played a part in White House history, including President Theodore Roosevelt’s menagerie of lions, zebras and bears. President James Buchanan was gifted a herd of elephants from the King of Siam, but the pachyderms never roamed the South Lawn. There are, however, more than 70,000 bees currently taking up residence in a hive on the storied lawn. Source: Presidents' Pets: An Infographic History Of Animals In The White H ouse
Infographics break down data visually, helping viewers make sense of complex information. Their popularity has increased with the rise of social media, fuelling the need for instant results by providing content in bite-size, digestible chunks. So, what's the science behind an infographic's success? Allow an infografik to explain. Created by Nowsourcing, a social-media marketing company, it shows that infografik posts dwarf traditional posts when it comes to sharing on social networks. The most popular topics for infografiks include: business, technology, social media, the economy and health. Source: Rise of Infographics: Marketing in the Social-Media Age
Did you know that 79 percent of Inc 500 CEOs and 30 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs have an active presence on at least one social network? Twitter leads the way, commanding a healthy 50.3 percent share amongst chief execs, ahead of LinkedIn (47 percent) and Facebook (45 percent), with Google+, as usual, taking home the wooden spoon (12.1 percent). Four out of five employees (81 percent) believe that CEOs who engage on social media are better equipped to lead companies in the modern world, and 82 percent of customers are more likely to trust a company whose CEO and leadership team are active on these channels. Source: CEOs Using Social Media: Statistics, Facts And Figures INFOGRAPHIC - AllTwitter