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The Twitter Power User Cheat Sheet

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The Twitter Power User Cheat sheet was created by Follows.com, and does a great job at showing facts that can also be used as tips to improve your tweets. For example, knowing that tweets with links are 86% more likely to be retweeted might make you more inclined to put a link in your tweet, wouldn’t it? Little tips like this can go a long way at improving your performance and growth of your Twitter account, especially when they are backed by cold hard data.

This infographic has a lot of good information that would be a big help to anyone trying to better market themselves or their company using Twitter. However, the visual representation of the info could use some work.

It starts out with a great title banner which really draws you in and grabs your attention, but that established style isn’t really implemented into the rest of the infographic. It also doesn’t visually convey that the topic is Twitter.

Compared to the title section, the rest comes off a little bland and doesn’t do a lot visually to keep the reader’s attention. The stats are represented visually but not as effective as they could be. The bar graphs have no reference points and almost come off as just stats within rectangles because of this — it’s hard to tell that this is actually data visualization. Later on, the emphasis side of the pie charts swap (coming from the left in one chart and from the right in the next).

The content is well organized with a lot of solid stats to support the advice given. The numbered ordering included in the headers of each section is not needed though, and is a little confusing because the title doesn’t establish the infographic as a list. It may work a little better if the numbering is omitted altogether.

Overall, this infographic is useful, but it has a lot of potential for improvement visually.

Rating: D

Add this Infographic to Your Website: Simply copy the code below and paste it into the HTML of your blog, website, or Static FBML box on Facebook Click to Enlarge Via Follows.com View Other Infographics The source of this infographic provided a description: The Twitter Power User Cheat sheet was created by Follows.com, and does a great job at showing facts that can also be used as tips to improve your tweets. For example, knowing that tweets with links are 86% more likely to be retweeted might make you more inclined to put a link in your tweet, wouldn't it? Little tips like this can go a long way at improving your performance and growth of your Twitter account, especially when they are backed by cold hard data. This infographic has a lot of good information that would be a big help to anyone trying to better market themselves or their company using Twitter. However, the visual representation of the info could use some work. It starts out with a great title banner which really draws you in and grabs your attention, but that established style isn't really implemented into the rest of the infographic. It also doesn't visually convey that the topic is Twitter. Compared to the title section, the rest comes off a little bland and doesn't do a lot visually to keep the reader's attention. The stats are represented visually but not as effective as they could be. The bar graphs have no reference points and almost come off as just stats within rectangles because of this — it's hard to tell that this is actually data visualization. Later on, the emphasis side of the pie charts swap (coming from the left in one chart and from the right in the next). The content is well organized with a lot of solid stats to support the advice given. The numbered ordering included in the headers of each section is not needed though, and is a little confusing because the title doesn't establish the infographic as a list. It may work a little better if the numbering is omitted altogether. Overall, this infographic is useful, but it has a lot of potential for improvement visually. Rating: D

Score from the experts at Killer Infographics

Visual Communication - 35%
Design - 65%
Content/Script - 75%
Usability - 65%

60%

Final Grade

This infographic has useful information, but the design style indicated in the title becomes pretty bland once you get into the body of the infographic. With incorrect data visualization as well, the design has a few places to improve upon.

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