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375 Best Infographics

InfographicsI love Infographics for many reasons.

They combine great content with compelling images to help viewers comprehend the data and info provided. Remember those boring ugly spreadsheets back in the day that looked like the old school Wall Street Journals?  Just a bunch of text and numbers on a page that made you yawn and feel nauseous?

This won’t and can’t happen with a well created Infographic.


Producing Real ResultsGraphic

Infographics take the guessing out of the message and give viewers a more accurate interpretation of what the author originally intended by using visually compelling data and content. More and more of these Infographics are reaching into different marketing and advertising arena’s producing viral sharing results and calls-to-action that really work!?

Keep an eye on how these are becoming more and more popular and how you can use them for your business to deliver your message?  Here are 375 of the Best Smart Viral Infographics I have viewed that passed my inspection and quality control on Pinterest.

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Google Analytics Visual.ly Reports

Google Analytics provides some great stats, graphs, reports, and traffic information etc. about your websites and blogs but only if you’ve properly added the Google Analytics code to your sites.  This information and visual data can be very useful in growing your sites’ traffic and building your online empire of quality content over time. It’s a no-brainer that knowing where you’ve been, and where you are currently, will help you get to where you’re going and want to be, right?

Google Analytics provides some very useful information, like the the dashboard….


The real-time visitors on site feature and report…

ga2The report and visual graph that shows your social network sharing origination and activity…


And one of my favorites from GA is the Multi-Channel Conversion Visualizer.


Now there’s a way to get data without going to Google Analytics, and have it delivered to your inbox!

Visual.ly has recently created a way for you to view and share some of that important information by providing a free, cool looking and well presented info-graphic. Get weekly insights and updates on all yours websites and blogs. Let me show you how it works.

Google Analytics Report

The first step is to create your free account on Visual.ly.  The second step (if you haven’t already) is to install the Google Analytics codes on your websites and blogs where applicable. It’s that code that looks something like this <UA-1137703x-xxxx> The third step is to simply select which site or blog you want as your info-graphic source, and you’re done. Visual.ly does the rest for you.

GA Report

You can select from any or all of your sites to produce an awesome looking info-graphic like this:

Bradsdomain Info Graphic

If you like the final product that Visual.ly produces for your site, and you’d like to track and see your sites broken down visually on a weekly basis, they’ll even send you a copy in your email every week so you don’t have to keep recreating the visual reports.  So what’s in it for them and why are they doing this for you and I free?  They just want you to share this with others like I’m sharing it with you.

weekly email updates

So go ahead, click on the share tools below, and share these awesome Google and Visual.ly tools with your friends.

Use of InfoGraphics and MotionGraphics


What is an infographic?  In all honesty, it is just images compiled with text/data that makes up a single informational graphic on a topic, subject, or concept. Albeit fact, fiction, a tutorial or how-to, infographics provide a greater visual impact than a wall of words or a book.

Color, images, font types and sizes, and the infographic content are what make them appealing to the eye and effective for most viewers.  They are simply fast, short, easy, graphical, informative and efficient ways to learn.

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There are some great informational and very educational infographics on almost every topic.  Some of my favorite infographics can be found on Pinterest.  There are more than 285 Infographics covering a wide variety of topics and most of them were discovered and shared just this year.  http://pinterest.com/bradandersohn/best-infographics


What are motiongraphics?  In a word: Video.  The real difference between video and a motion graphic is the content that makes up the video.  While video is usually considered movement measured in FPS (frames per second) a motiongraphic is images appearing to have movement and still images brought to life.  In essence, a motiongraphic is an infographic morphed into a living presentation.

This motiongraphic uses a combination of info, graphics, audio, and animation: “A Marketers Guide To Pinterest”

Samples and Examples of some Amazing MotionGraphics:
Measuring The Universe, Seven Minutes of Terror, Mars in a Minute, Evolution of the F1 Car, Pizza Delivery in NYC, Fast Food, Economy of Coca-Cola, 40 Years of Touring – Bruce Springsteen, Most Popular Halloween Costumes, The Euro is in the Cross-hairs, An Amazing Morphing Campaign Money Map, The Great Titanic, Tornado Tracks from 1950 – 2011, Sherbourne Common – A Storm water Solution

Snippet from Visual.lyhttp://visual.ly/learn/data-visualization-tools
Tableau Public
– turn data into visualizations with a simple drag and drop. Customize labels, tool tips, interactive filters and legend displays. There’s no programming language to learn, no Flash, no plug-ins, and no API. Instead, you create interactive data visualizations in minutes and embed on your website or blog.
Plot.io is essentially a web-based version of Tableau. You can analyze millions of rows of data in seconds, and publish your visualizations to the web for free, without downloading or installing software.
Many Eyes – A tool that lets you use your own data for data visualization. Simply upload your own data and get well-designed visualizations. Google Public Data lets you turn public data into a simple visualization. And with the Stat Silk tool you can access world data and customize the way the data is presented visually.”

So which format works best for you?  Infographic? MotionGraphic? Both?

Which format works best for your audience? It is merely a matter of personal preference, but when it comes down to cultivating traffic on your  site by providing content that informs, educates, and allows you the opportunity to convert visitors to clients, then taking a deeper look into the way we present things both graphically and visually becomes so much more important.

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