Posted August 12, 2010 9:41 am by with 25 comments

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Yesterday I joked on Twitter that:

Top 10 lists are sooo 2009, this year’s linkbait seems to be the “infographic”

To which, Dr. Pete suggested that I should go ahead and put together a Top 10 List of Infographics! A great idea!

Look, we both know that this is linkbait–a top ten list combined with infographics, c’mon!–but you have to admit, it’s worth bookmarking or tweeting. Right? 😉

1. The History of Marketing Channels

(Updated 2012 History of Marketing Channels infographic here)

2. The Power of Local Mobile Search

3. The History of Search

4. The 12-Step Landing Page Rehab Program

5. The Complete Guide to Search Engine Optimization & Social Media Marketing

6. Google’s Long History of Social Media Attempts

7. Are We Addicted to the Internet?

8. Social Media Subscriber Infographic

9. The CMO’s Guide to the Social Media Landscape

10. The History of Marketing

11. Bonus Infographic 😉

  • Jon


  • Ann Williams

    THE most cool thing I’ve seen all day. NO! Make that ALL WEEK!!!! Loved it!

  • Absolutely gorgeous! I LOVE infographics so badly.

  • Informative, entertaining, and educational all in one package. Thanks for sharing!

  • I’ve created a monster! 🙂 Now, I’m sort of glad I spoke up, because at least 5 of these were new to me and pretty cool.

    • @Dr. Pete I am hoping 1 of those 5 was the first one 🙂 hahahah

    • Keep the ideas coming! Thanks again.

  • Good call Ann, the best I’ve seen this week

  • Tom

    No.11 is the best 🙂
    Thanks for posting.

  • This is awesome. Consider it bookmarked.

  • This collection of informative infographics is really nice and helpful. Thanks for sharing it!

  • Nice, will make sure to print some of these

  • Feel free to visit my collection of 400 and growing social media related infographics:


  • Very very nice! I got you bookmarked and on StumbleUpon. I am gonna read it later.

  • Great post Andy! And my own blog post on same day was a recap of various infographics too….you can find same here — — great list there as well!



  • Make multichannel marketing poinout the some very important part in your blog.Most marketing strategies have five similar overall objectives: Acquire new customers both directly and through referrals.Increase the retention rate the number of customers that return next week, month or year.Increase the number of visits, orders or sales per week, month or year.

  • soulkat

    Fun to see. Thanks!
    The first Infographic (The History of Markting) seems a bit dated, however. The future of marketing is Second Life and video games? Nothing about mobile, AG, etc.

  • I think the history of search and the history of Google were my two favorites. It is really easy to forget how many graves there are in Google’s social media cemetery. I can’t blame them though, if you throw enough stuff out there, some of it is going to stick!

  • What a nice information thanks for share it Smart phones, tablets, laptops and mobile broadband cards have all changed the way we access the internet. According to Pew Research Center, 59% of adult Americans go online wirelessly. With the proliferation of wireless connectivity and devices, online marketers have many more screens to worry about than just the standard computer screen.

  • Darn you Dr. Pete n Andy, now I’ll have a hard on all day!! LOL

  • Zen Cart Experts

    Some of these info graphics are awesome! I particularly love the landing page conversion graphic. This will help our zen cart clients understand how their page works.

  • Wow! great post man thanx for sharing with us!

  • Thanks for all these great insights. A lot to read this week.. 🙂

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    The problem is the message that this kind of gift sends.

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