8. Content Marketing
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Graphic: A demographic breakdown of the world of religion
National Post Staff Mar 23, 2012 – 9:52 PM ET | Last Updated: Mar 23, 2012 11:20 PM ET
With the “world’s largest” gathering of atheists this weekend in Washington, D.C., the National Post’s graphics department takes a look at how the world’s religions break down.
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Interactive Infographic: Coca-Cola vs. Pepsi
The Coke VS. Pepsi: The Cola Wars infographic from cnntees.com. Which side are you on?
For over a century Coke and Pepsi have been at each other’s throats in a constant struggle for a bigger piece of the billion-dollar soda market.
Along the way the companies have picked up a slew of loyalists and fans, adamant that their cola reigns supreme. While there are countless spots online to check out the history of either company we decided to put together an interactive infographic, putting all cola war highlights together in one spot.
This is a really fascinating experiment with infographic design. Although it appears to be a static infographic, it’s actually interactive. If you look closely, there are two videos built directly into the middle of the infographic that play when clicked. The growth chart at the top is also interactive. Click on a decade, and then choose the specific year, and it displays events in each companies history related to that time period.
The interactivity is so subtle though, most people will probably miss it without me spelling it out in the title and here in the commentary.
The financial stats section is a really poor use of pie charts in the bottle caps. The logo images work, but pie charts are for visualizing percentages. Here, they forced the data into the cute visual, but it makes the data confusing and hard to understand. Are the charts visualizing the percentages...
Infographic Reveals The Best Time To Publish Blog Posts
You’ve got a great new blog post ready to publish and you know that your readers are going to love it, but should you post right away or wait for a more suitable time of day? Should you post to your blog in the morning? At lunch time? Or maybe at the end of the day, just before you go to bed? A new infographic fromKISSmetrics reveals not only the pros and cons of posting during both high and low activity hours, but also pinpoints the best time to post to your blog. This infographic is Part 3 in a series of infographics called ‘The Science of Social Timing’. The first part revealed the best times to post to Twitter & Facebook, and the second was about timing and email marketing.
The data in this latest infographic, which is presented in Eastern Time (EST), points out some interesting trends:
The average blog gets the most traffic around 11AM
The average blog gets the most comments around 9AM, as well as on Saturdays
The average blog usually gets the most inbound links around 7AM, and especially on Mondays and Thursdays
It is clear from this data that mornings are favorable, when it comes to posting. That being said, you should always refer to your own site analytics to figure out which times work best for you. Take this information as a guideline and test things out. Try posting at 9AM one day and see how many hits you get, then post at 11AM the next day and see what happens. After time,...
Útil Infografía (referencial, a tropicalizar y ajustar por cada interesado en sus mercados, segmentos, y Arenas competitivas, 1.0-2.0 y 3.0)
By Andy Wibbels on June 29, 2011
Aunque creo esta basada en data para el 2010, agrega mucha informacion valiosa… No Crees?
Samuel A Villegas
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