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Once again we round up six of the best infographics we've seen this week.

The topics include email marketing best practices, Twitter, social CRM by numbers, Google+, and reasons to use video content in B2B marketing.

Email marketing best practices (Marketing Show)

Twitter cheat sheet (Linchpin SEO)

Social CRM by numbers (Eloqua)

Google+ image sizing cheatsheet (Global Web Design SEO)

Five reasons to use video in B2B marketing (Brainshark)

Online travel barometer (Affilinet)

David Moth

Published 15 March, 2013 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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Steve Schildwachter

Were these the six best, or the six worst?

over 3 years ago

Stefan Tornquist

Stefan Tornquist, Vice President, Research (US) at EconsultancyStaff

I'm frustrated by the way sources are cited in many infographics.

It's very common, but picking on a specific example...in the email stat collection that leads this piece, the sources are cited together at the bottom with no connection to the individual stats.

When something looks off (a 68% marketing offer interaction rate is a lot higher than anything that's ever come up in our studies) the only option is to go hunting through each source.

That's more likely to leave the reader discounting the findings than happily combing through primary sources.

It's lazy information design.

over 3 years ago

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Linda Muterspaugh

Sounds like interesting info, if it can be trusted.

Thanks!

over 3 years ago

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