With so much information at the fingertips of anyone with a mobile phone and a Wi-Fi connection, it's almost become second nature in today's society to turn to the Internet for answers to any and all of life's questions. Whether that be looking for recipes, start-up business advice, or to diagnose a mysterious skin rash; the Internet is becoming the go-to source for assistance and advice.
The problem with this "it's-all-online" attitude is that it can be hard to determine if the advice and facts posted online are relevant or even accurate. Finding the right reliable advice online can be like finding a needle in a haystack, but with the latest infographic from Clarity a clear path can be found to take Internet users to the exact advice they are seeking.
The infographic has a list of the most trusted Internet sources that can provide insight into just about any subject, from health and relationships to marketing and startups. The easy to follow decision tree lays out the exact routes the Internet user needs to take to get to the advice they are looking to find. Here's the complete look at the infographic of advice sources Clarity put together: