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

We have infographics on Facebook's IPO, bounce rates, keeping users engaged with your emails, tag management, and some great mobile stats.

If you can't quite read the text, click on the images to see a larger version...

The Potential Of Facebook’s Newsfeed Ads vs. IPO valuation (Webtrends)

Why do users become disengaged with your email? (Litmus)

The ultimate mobile web infographic (Bootstrapper's Guide)

Bounce rate demystified (KISSmetrics)

This is actually an old one, but a) I haven't seen it before and b) it's good... 

Facebook vs Google Display Network (Wordstream)

The ROI of tag management (Tealium)

(From Econsultancy's The ROI of Tag Management report.)

Graham Charlton

Published 18 May, 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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Comments (3)


Tim Lennon, Consultant at Independent

5.5bn 'mobile subscriptions'. What on earth does that mean?

almost 5 years ago


Steve Henderson

I am sorry, but there are so many errors on here; where to start.
Too many infographics are simply produced for the sake of it, by people who know how to Make Pretty Things; but who don't understand what the numbers mean; so they end up Making Pretty Things which misrepresent the numbers and coming up with unjustified, unsupported conclusions.

almost 5 years ago


Ketan Samani

Thanks to infographics, communicating complex subjects is made easy in less time.. Very cool.

almost 5 years ago

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