infographics

67% of Shoppers Spend More Following Recommendations from Their Social Networks (infographic)

Guest Post by: Jon Stokes

Making purchases directly from within Facebook (a form of social commerce) has the potential to make the social network a place where we spend not just considerable amounts of our time, but also our money.

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The Social Media Landscape in 2011 – Infographic

Guest Post by: Jon Stokes

Working for a social media agency means that I’m often inundated with infographics. Some are insightful, some show great design aesthetics…and some tell me absolutely nothing!

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The Evolution of Spam – An Email Marketing Infographic

Guest Post by: Maria Pergolino

According to Google, spam is either a canned meat product made mainly from ham or irrelevant or inappropriate messages sent on the Internet to a large number of recipients

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Is Content Marketing Traditional Advertising’s New Rival? [Infographic]

Guest Post by: Andrew Spoeth

Content marketing has become a critical component of B2B marketing, but can you identify the most popular types of content, why they are used, and which content is working best? Check out our infographic to get the scoop on what’s hot and what’s not in content marketing.

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5 Amazing Infographics to Guide Your Online B2B Marketing

Guest Post by: Maria Pergolino

The magnitude of the Internet’s size and scope can be overwhelming when determining how to incorporate the countless B2B marketing facts and strategies you can find on the Web.

Take a look at these 5 B2B marketing infographics that help breakdown the reams of information into memorable images and data you can use to boost your online marketing efforts:

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Branded Data: Visualizing the Internet's Future

It all started with the humble infographic - those charming representations of well-designed data that are fast becoming ubiquitous across the Web. Infographics, in fact, have become so popular as a way of telling complex stories very elegantly (and generating massive page views) that they've spawned a whole new generation of increasingly sophisticated data visualization tools that are making it possible to view the data behind very complex political, financial and socio-economic trends in real-time.

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Powerful and Affordable Real Time Data Mining, Visualization and Interactions Are Powering Up a New Culture Act - and Enabling "Infovation"

Just landed in Rhode Island and spending the next 2 days in Providence, long working sessions ahead, expect to some productive knowledge exchange. The topic will be around where arts meet science, design meets technology.

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Re: On Infographics and Chartoonery

Just saw Noah's post about infographics where he is writing about "the entire phenomenon of turning a whole bunch of information into a pretty, but mostly incomprehensible, picture and presenting it to the world."

I've done my share of data collection and presentation; some of the stuff is fairly complex with hundreds of data points packed in one image, other stuff is more like this classic parody from Flowing Data. What I have found out is that both forms have their place. The latter, or as Tufte put it, "chartoonery", has been useful when:

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To Pirate or Not To Pirate. This Is the Answer.

A really nice infographic here from geek.com. I think potentially a couple of months old now, but still very thought provoking really. Perhaps pirating isn’t just about the cash, its about the experience as well…

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