Marketing Pilgrim's "Infographics" Channel

Marketing Pilgrim's "Infographic" Channel is sponsored by Avalaunch Media. Avalaunch has created many of the most viewed infographics on the web and knows the intricacies of how to build a viral campaign. Avalaunch Media generates the idea, conducts the research, designs the infographic, and seeds the promotion in all the right places. Then, you sit back and watch your popularity take off. When you think Ideation, Research, Design and Promotion, think Avalaunch Media.

When Peter Met Deborah: LinkedIn ID’s Power Names [Infographic]

OK, you know it’s slow in the world of Internet marketing when we interrupt your regular reading schedule with a ginormous infographic that tells you what’s in a person’s name from a business perspective.

Hey, it’s marketing so every little bit of data counts…..right? (via Business Insider)

Facebook Grabs a Whopping 44% of “Shared” Content; MySpace Declines 27%

If you are working today then, let’s be honest, you’re not really working. Right?

It’s the day before New Year’s Eve and your mind has already checked-out. So, rather than an in-depth, verbose post about how internet users are sharing online content, how about some eye-candy from AddThis instead?


Yahoo Unveils Top Searches Lists for 2010

It’s that time of the year again where year end lists happen before the end of the year so we are left to wonder just how accurate they are. Throw in the added bonus on this list, which lends the question “For what are people actually using Yahoo search for and does it matter to the business world anymore?” and there is something to at least think about.

So, drum roll please for the Top 10 searches of 2010 on Yahoo (bingahoo? Ya-so-soft? Microhoo?) and there is the cymbal crash. The list please….

1. BP oil spill
2. World Cup
3. Miley Cyrus
4. Kim Kardashian
5. Lady Gaga
6. iPhone
7. Megan Fox
8. Justin Bieber
9. American Idol
10. Britney Spears

100 Million A Month Using Google Maps for Mobile

It’s the “Year of Mobile” v. 2010 remember? Whether it is or isn’t officially is irrelevant. What is important is just how much mobile is continuing to influence the lives of many Internet users. While not as ubiquitous as many in the industry would like us to believe, it is still a very strong component of the online world and one that has seemingly limitless upside for years to come.

Evidence of just how influential the mobile world is comes from Google who announced that they have hit the 100 million users per month using Google Maps in some form. No matter who you are, that is a big number. From the Google Mobile Blog

The 10 Best Infographics for Internet Marketing Pros

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

Cup of Joe: Those Who Can’t Blog, Make Infographics!

So, all week long I have been thinking about a really fun post idea where I make fun of Andy’s iPhone 4 obsession anticipation. But, unfortunately for you, (and fortunately for Andy), I haven’t had any time to write that gem of a post. Instead I have been baby sitting nieces and nephews all week while balancing client work! So like I always say, those who can’t blog make infographics! (or link to them!)

Below are a handful of my favorite infographics. I think all of them illustrate how art, information, and marketing can come together. Enjoy them all and add a few of your favorites in the comments section. Get ready for a regularly action packed full post next week! Same bat channel! Same bat time!