Secret Scents infographic, the widespread impact of allergies by @women4earth


This is important information. Something that many of us need to know. I was diagnosed with Asthma just 3 years ago due to the bad air in Los Angeles. None of the doctors know what triggered my attack that sent me to the ER for 3 days. I stay away from fragrance, to be safe.

Originally posted on DES Daughter Network:

The allergens hiding on your scented products

secret-scents infographic Tell Glade to stop keeping fragrance ingredients secret!

The widespread impact of allergies

Fragrance affects us all. For some, it can enhance a moment, invoke a memory, or even improve a mood. As consumers, we seek it out in all kinds of products we use in our everyday lives. And for many of us, there’s a positive sensory experience associated with fragrance. But unfortunately, this may not be without consequence. In addition to the potential health consequences of certain fragrance ingredients linked to cancer, interference with hormones, and reproductive harm, a significant portion of the population suffers from fragrance-related allergies. ”

… continue reading How Hidden Fragrance Allergens Harm Public Health on womensvoices. Download Womens Voices Secret Scents report and infographic.

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44 Apps That Turn Your Smartphone Into a Productivity Powerhouse (Infographic)

Among our favorites? A task manger that gamifies your accomplishments and a background music player that incorporates neuroscience.


We all use Smartphones these days, so this Infographic helps us to know what apps can make it more productive. Check it out.

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How to Use Instagram to Promote Your Products

Are you using social media to reach new customers?


Have you tried using Instagram?

Instagram boasts 15 times more engagement than Facebook, Twitter or Google+. What was once a simple photo sharing app is now a key sales channel.

In this article you’ll discover how to use Instagram to gain brand recognition and reach new customers. 


Many people are not using Instagram to promote products yet. This is a good idea. One whose time has come.

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The Complete Guide to YouTube Content Marketing

Video is the future (or present) of content marketing, yet marketers seem to shun YouTube other than for viral videos. YouTube has a massive audience, it’s ideal for branding purposes and it benefits your Google SEO. This guide shows you what content you should be curating, how to get a top ranking on YouTube and how to convert that following to your own platform.


This is a good article for all of us. Video is the new content that we all should be using.

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10 Tools to Create Beautiful Infographics and Visualize Data – noupe

They used to say content is king. But what really makes up content? Gone are the days when “content” meant purely text. Today, if you want to engage and enchant your customers, your content must have some visual cues. The human brain processes visual information much quicker than text. And with web 2.0 visuals like infographics, you can convey complex, boring data in a meaningful manner. Although infographics make things simpler, it can be time-consuming to create them. Here is a list of my top 10 tools to create your own beautiful infographics and more visual content (no Photoshop required!).


Good information about Infographics and how to use these tools

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Recycle Plastic Bottles in This Machine, and It Will Dispense Food for Stray Dogs


This recycling bin is amazing. Great idea.

Originally posted on TIME:

In Istanbul, Turkey, where an estimated 150,000 stray dogs and cats reportedly wander the streets, a Turkish company called Pugedon believes it has come up with a way to feed the animals: “Smart Recycling Boxes,” a machine that dispenses food and water in exchange for recycled plastic bottles, Big Think reports.

The benefits of the vending machine are supposed to be two fold: encourage recycling and feed the city’s strays. Recycling is put on top and food is dispensed out the bottom within easy reach for animals in need. There’s even a water dish attached so users can pour the remaining water from a plastic bottle before recycling it. The recycled bottles are supposed to cover the cost of the food.

The problem of managing stray dogs in international cities most recently came to light during the 2014 Winter Olympics, when stray dogs roamed the street’s of the Games’…

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