By my best estimate I think we’ve probably been sent around 700,000 infographics this year, many of which were of excellent quality.
Obviously there have been a few duds along the way, but the best way for us to share all the decent graphics we are sent is in our regular Friday roundup of the best six we’ve received that week.
And the logical conclusion to our weekly roundup is a final collection of the best infographics we’ve seen in 2012.
Just to be clear, there were no strict criteria in the judging process, it’s just a subjective roundup of 14 of my favourites from the past 12 months. So here they are…
How social logins and sharing affect e-commerce (Monetate)
The ultimate social media image sizing cheat sheet (LunaMetrics)
Bounce rate demystified (KISSmetrics)
Toolbox of the SMB marketing cycle (Formstack)
Econsultancy reaches 100,000 Twitter followers
Social customer service (Bluewolf)
Portrait of a tablet shopper (Miva Merchant)
Moving travellers from look to book (Monetate)
What can we learn from Econsultancy? (Boom Online Marketing)
50% of consumers value a brand’s Facebook page more than its website (Lab42)
How marketers are measuring content (Pardot)
24 hours in the Google economy (WordStream)
Tech boom or bubble? (Kissmetrics)
The takeover of mobile internet: will it replace desktop use? (34SP.com)
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14 of the best infographics we’ve seen in 2012