Moving Trends 2016: Annual Moving Industry Snapshot #Infographic #Moving

For the fifth year in a row, MyMovingReviews has published curious data about moving and real estate trends. Using data from previous years, this year’s summary infographic illustrates how trends in the moving industry change.

They have presented the data in an amusing and intuitive way. It covers information, such as the most popular cities Americans move to, the average cost of a move in 2016, busiest moving days of the year, migration flows and tons of other curious statistics. For example, did you know that the majority of people who have requested a moving quote online have relocated locally – actually more than 60%?

Planning to move? You might find the infographic useful. You can use it as a guide for your upcoming relocation. Trying to decide when exactly to schedule your move or wondering when to move next? Be smart and make an informative, intelligent choice.

An infographic by MyMovingReviews.

Email Marketing by the Numbers #Infographic #Marketing

Want to hear a scary story? Not Freddy Krueger scary, but more like alarming. Depressing. Even knee buckling. People are still questioning the effectiveness and ROI when it comes to email marketing.

Frankly, these people just don’t get it. We feel sorry for these people, and wish them all the best. But the truth is they’re wrong. Very wrong.

If you did a search for email marketing statistics, it would be nearly impossible to find any that make you think email marketing is dead or on its way out the door as an effective marketing channel. Below you’ll find our gift to you.

We’ve traveled to the corners of the web to find all of the email marketing statistics we could and place them all here for you. So if you’re ever thinking about dumping email marketing, need a strong shot of assurance, or just want to find some interesting email insights, this is your launch pad.

An infographic by Delivra.

Florida Boating Accident Statistics #Infographic #Accidents #Fatalities

The infographic is about Florida boating accidents and how the National Recreational Boating Safety Program is creating programs that promote the safety of boaters, minimizing the loss of life, personal injuries, and property damage. With their efforts, the overall safety of boaters on the water today has increased, and education for new boat drivers has improved.

Recreational boating is meant to be safe, fun way to enjoy the outdoors. The National Recreational Boating Safety Program collects data to help determine if these strategies are an effective tool to prevent boating accidents in the State of Florida and the entire United States.

Since 2009 there has been a sustained increase in boating accidents, topping in 2011 with 742 accidents in that year alone. The great majority of this accident are Florida residents wich accounts for over 70%. There are about over 800.000 registered vessels in Florida and one of their growing problems are boating accidents. This involves over 700 accidents per year.

An infographic by Kaire & Heffernan LLC.