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I've rounded up ten recent infographics on Google, with lots of stats, tips on searching Google, the most expensive keywords, and 2011 revenues.

Where possible, I've added the infographics to this post in a readable size, but for others you can click on the image to see a larger version... 

Google's 2011 revenues (via scoop.it)

How big is Google? (via smashing apps)

Google algorithm changes of 2011 (via infographics showcase)

What does it take to get a job at Google? (via Search Engine Land)

Is Google making us e-tards? (via Daily Infographic)

How to search Google more efficiently (via Mashable)

The constantly connected customer (via buzzintechnology)

Google's most expensive keywords (via StateofSearch)

Who's using Google+? (via flowtown)

Intelligence on Google apps (via Cloud Infographic)

Graham Charlton

Published 3 February, 2012 by Graham Charlton

Graham Charlton is the former Editor-in-Chief at Econsultancy. Follow him on Twitter or connect via Linkedin or Google+

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Andy

Is it just me or is the text just too small to read on this?

over 4 years ago

Graham Charlton

Graham Charlton, Editor in Chief at ClickZ Global

Hi Andy - just click on the infographics for a larger version.

over 4 years ago

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Elisabetta Pique', marketing Executive at LPFoods

I clicked on the infographics but it's still really small. Is it possible to download a pdf?

over 4 years ago

Graham Charlton

Graham Charlton, Editor in Chief at ClickZ Global

Hi Elisabetta - I've made the largest versions I could find from the images, but you can also click on the source of the infographic next to each title where you may be able to find a larger version.

Small text can be a problem with some infographics - ideally they should fit, and be readable on an average size web page.

over 4 years ago

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