Customer Magnetism Announces Most Viral Infographics of 2013 Digital marketing leader reveals its 10 most popular infographics of 2013.
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., Jan. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- 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.
- "7 Ways to Be Insufferable on Facebook," created by Wait But Why and published by Huffington Post.
- "The Happiest States in America In One Map," created by Jan Diehm and published by Huffington Post.
- "Just How Dangerous is Sitting All Day?" created by Medical Billing & Coding and published by Mashable.
- "8 Thanksgiving Day Foods That Can Kill Your Dog," created by Dogington Post and published by Visual.ly.
- "Michael Jordan's 50 Greatest Plays of all Time," created by Top10onlinecolleges.org and published by Mashable.
- "What are the Odds?" created by Sofya Yampolsky and published by Visual.ly.
- "How Much Does It Cost To Be Batman In Real Life?" created by Bob Al-Greene and Emil Lendof and published by Mashable.
- "These 6 Corporations Control 90% of the Media in America," created by FrugalDad and published by Business Insider.
- "11 Untranslatable Words From Other Cultures," created by Maptia and published by Visual.ly.
- "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.
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