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Here's a round up of some of the best infographics we've seen this week.

Topics include the triggers that make visitors leave a website, social media at the Olympics, the needs of online shoppers and a look at how you appear in Google. 

What makes someone leave a website? (Kissmetrics)

The 2012 sharing Olympics (RadiumOne)

Examining the needs of online shoppers (Baynote)

How people look in Google, and how to look better (BrandYourself)

Just how successful are infographics? (NowSourcing)

Facebook: programmed for revenue or disaster? (Online Graduate Programs)

David Moth

Published 17 August, 2012 by David Moth @ Econsultancy

David Moth is Editor and Head of Social at Econsultancy. You can follow him on Twitter or connect via Google+ and LinkedIn

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Jignesh Ghaghada

Jignesh Ghaghada, Managing Director at TreatHer.com

Thanks David... made for interesting lunchtime reading! Especially like the Brandprofile one.

about 4 years ago

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Charles Smith

My personal favourite is the Olympics sharing one. Everybody seems to love a good infographic and all of these are really engaging and make for great reading. The loss of national productivity caused by the Olympics is a very interesting figure but slightly worth it maybe.

about 4 years ago

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AnnetteK

Great summary - love cool infographics! ROI as Return On Infographics struck a special chord - clever idea!

The first one (from Kissmetrics), however, is not an infographic and should not be included. Part of the definition of an infographic is that it includes statistics, and that is largely what is visualizes. Otherwise it's a vertical cartoon. Because calling it infographic makes it more popular, f.eks for retweets, a lot of people are cheating now, calling any visualization infographic. Let's keep the definition clean! There must be some other catchy, tweetable phrase we give these other illustations?

about 4 years ago

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