Posts Tagged ‘Infographic’
Rather like sorting the wood from the trees with Credit Loans, it is easy to forget how many versions of WordPress there have been, not to mention the release names. From the early days of WordPress 1.2, every new release is named by Matt Mullenweg after a Jazz legend, a tradition which has not changed over the years. Fans of Jazz will recognise many artists, release names, but it is easy to forget these and use WordPress release number instead. Matt often has chosen for a sax player, an instrument the WordPress founder also plays.
We looked at the names of every release, the main new features introduced with every major new version as well as the basic analysis of the self-hosted blogging software world that is the WordPress community. We then added ‘WordPress Blue’ and ended up with this infographic for you.
With thanks to the crew at Infographiclabs for another awesome infographic.
For years already the tradition is that Technorati analyses the State of The Blogosphere and comes with valuable info around the size of the blogosphere, cost and revenue. This year though our colleagues over at The Blog Herald went ahead and analysed many different details about the actual blogosphere, such as size, demographical spread, revenue, largest blogs and blogging platforms and most popular languages. The result was another amazing infographic created by the team of Infographiclabs.
Below a teaser image for you, click through to view the complete State of The Blogosphere in 2010 infographic.
Search Engine Optimization often is a difficult topic and not every blogger agrees that much time should be spend at it but too often people discussing the topic do not know what it all entails. So we sat down and created a What is SEO? infographic.
The graphic covers all basics of SEO and explains the different components of search engine optimisation: link infrastructure, keywords, social media campaigns, PPC and linkbait.
Our friends at DailyBits had a look at the popularity of daily deals sites and how these sites are structured, how they function. The result was a great infographic which we show an excerpt off here.
You can view the complete infographic, with an analysis of the most popular newcomers in 2010, here at Daily Bits: The Visual Bible to Daily Deals Sites, What They Are and How They Work.