Who doesn’t love good design?
If you’re anything like me and have a love of research and good design, you probably also share my love for infographics. Continuing the theme of end-of-year lists, here are a few summary infographics from 2010.
- A Year of Twitter: the good, the bad, the ugly from TweetSmarter
- How Twitter Compares to Facebook from TweetSmarter
- Apple’s App Store Visualized from FastCompany
- Business Use of Social Media from TweetSmarter
- 2010 State of Social Media Marketing from TweetSmarter
- Just What Does Your State Do Best from FastCompany
- 19 of the best Infographics from 2010 from Mashable
- Roundup: The Gift of Giving from FastCompany
- How Much Commuting Costs in 90 Cities from Lifehacker
I took the liberty of creating my own infographic of sorts. (Remember: I am not a graphic designer so don’t expect anything as pretty as the ones above.) This illustration represents my top 23 tweets of 2010 (from March 1 (when I installed Hootsuite and began to utilize its URL tracking) to December 28.) These tweets range in total clicks from 20-50 and are indicated below based on number of clicks, the time the tweets were sent and on what day. Using this, I know that if I want to send something out to my followers to generate traffic, I should aim for Tuesdays between 1 and 3 PM.
Interested to know what tweets generated the most traffic? I pulled my top 23 tweets into Wordle and generated the following word cloud (using only 150 words). Looks like my sticky content is around the #fortwayne hashtag, RT (retweets), and logos.
Do you have a favorite infographic worth sharing?