Digital marketing leader reveals its 10 most popular infographics of 2013.
Online PR News – 09-January-2014 –VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia – Customer Magnetism, a leader in inbound marketing, has announced the Top Ten Most Viral Infographics of 2013. The Virginia-based digital marketing agency selected the winners by calculating the total number of likes and shares from Google Plus, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
The top ten winners are listed below.
1. "7 Ways to Be Insufferable on Facebook," created by Wait But Why and published by Huffington Post.
2. "The Happiest States in America In One Map," created by Jan Diehm and published by Huffington Post.
3. "Just How Dangerous is Sitting All Day?" created by Medical Billing & Coding and published by Mashable.
4. "8 Thanksgiving Day Foods That Can Kill Your Dog," created by Dogington Post and published by Visual.ly.
5. "Michael Jordan's 50 Greatest Plays of all Time," created by Top10onlinecolleges.org and published by Mashable.
6. "What are the Odds?" created by Sofya Yampolsky and published by Visual.ly.
7. "How Much Does It Cost To Be Batman In Real Life?" created by Bob Al-Greene and Emil Lendof and published by Mashable.
8. "These 6 Corporations Control 90% of the Media in America," created by FrugalDad and published by Business Insider.
9. "11 Untranslatable Words From Other Cultures," created by Maptia and published by Visual.ly.
10. "20 Reasons to Switch to Google+" designed by Infographic Labs and published by Mashable.
To see the Top Ten Most Viral Infographics for 2013 and a list of 40 more honorable mentions, visit Customer Magnetism's website at http://www.customermagnetism.com/top-10-viral-infographics/. The next list of top viral infographics will be released in December of 2014.
About Customer Magnetism: Located in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Customer Magnetism (http://www.customermagnetism.com/) is an award-winning, full-service digital marketing agency offering a wide range of inbound marketing services and specializing in creating engaging and magnetic content, like infographics.