A collection of some of my favorite infographics from all over the wide, wide Internet.
The most engaging brands on Facebook
Online spending comparisons in red and blue states
The year of the online ad.
What If You Had Purchased Apple Stock in 1980?
7 reasons to embrace online culture: 2 billion people are online. 85% of customers expect businesses to be active in social media. Word of mouse = word of mouth. Online culture is THE CULTURE. You can hate social media BUT you can’t ignore it. Here's 7 reasons and some thought provoking questions to get you loving Facebook, Twitter, emarketing, blogs and more... Market, Reason, Social Media, Embrac Onlin, Busi, Onlin Cultur, Infograph, Socialmedia, Medium
Amazing stats on how quickly US visitors on the web will abandon a site if it is slow to load.
Political ad spending will play out on social media in the 2012 US Election
In theory, as social media becomes more common place, organizational audience engagement objectives, strategies and tactics should evolve past acquisition towards advocacy. I’m sure some consumer brands are heading in this direction but, in my experience, many companies and agencies still seem to be focused on driving audience awareness and using “likes” and “follows” as success metrics. Models, Brand Advocaci, Social Media, Infograph, Advocaci Model, Socialmedia, Digit Market, Media Advocaci, Medium
Demographics of prominent social networks.
How to create winning "call to action" emails. Works for politics too.
Google and JESS3 teamed up to visualize the Super Tuesday races according to State Won, Google Search Rank, Delegates Won and the National Polls.
Should you send that email? Find out..
Classic album. Great infographic.
Which Candidates Are Getting the Super Tuesday Social Buzz?