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10 tiny infographics with big payloads

I love infographics.

I like when big concepts can be visualized simply and elegantly. It’s a skill I wish I had. I also wish I could play jazz piano like Bill Evans, but that’s a whole other conversation.

Since neither of those things are going to happen soon, here are a few my favourite tiny infographics that deliver big payloads.

1. Social marketing turns mass marketing on its head.

Source: http://blog.jugnoo.com/social-media-roi-numbers/

2. Information becomes really valuable when you connect the dots.

Source: http://gapingvoid.com/infographic/

3. Loss aversion motivates us more than the lure of gains.

Source http://www.behaviorgap.com/true-cost-loss-aversion/

4. “People don’t buy what you do, they buy why you do it.”

Source: http://www.ted.com/talks/simon_sinek_how_great_leaders_inspire_action

5. “Equity creates a path from hope to change.”

Source http://www.portlandoregon.gov/oehr/article/449547?

6. The geometry of human types: charlatan, martyr and hustler.

Source: http://colt-rane.com/charlatan-martyr-hustler-by-joey-roth/

7. Prioritize to make better decisions.

Source: http://99u.com/workbook/25721/urgent-vs-important

8. We don’t appreciate our parents enough.

Source: http://www.newstoliveby.net/2014/01/21/line-graphs/

9. Educating is the new marketing. 

Source: Unknown.

10, A lemon meringue pie chart.

Source: http://murketing.tumblr.com/post/258250892

Do you have some favourite infographics? I’ve love to see them. Please share in the comments.

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