Timing is everything, and maintaining a blog is no exception to the rule. Learning when your audience is tuning in, and therefore when to post, is mandatory for any successful blog. In the third and final part of this series we’re going to explore how timing can affect your blog readership. Note: the data below is presented in Eastern Time (EST) unless otherwise noted.
The Science of Social Timing, Part 3
LEGO bricks illustrate the simple idea behind infographics. Data: sorted, arranged, presented visually. Got it? Good. Now let's raid the toy box and play with the "data." Image courtesy of
Pinterest Board of Infographic Visual Resumes
An Introduction to Lean Manufacturing: A calorie free dose of information overload! How do you measure up? #MFGCHAT
The Organic-Supermarket Boom | The Onion - America's Finest News Source
Wow one of the coolest #Infographics I've ever seen: "56 Years Of America's Most Terrifying Tornadoes"
And this is why late Virgos and early Libras rule the world. Also proof that holidays are a little easier to get through with the spirit(s) in hand and lead to a baby on board. Now someone tell me what is up with 12/30, what is so special about mid to late March that makes 12/30 a popular birthing day?
"On average it shows that a Facebook fan is 28% more likely than a non-fan to continue using a brand and that fans are 41% more likely to recommend a fanned product to their friends. What’s a Facebook fan worth to your brand? #infographic" - via @Kevin Mullett
Dear God...So who made the dinosaurs...?
More Social Media Demographics - Big 4 plus Pinterest, Digg and Reddit
Health Infographics | The Infographics Showcase - via bit.ly/epinner
Your 6-step sheet to optimize your Facebook business page for the new timeline design