When I first got into the infographic business back in 2008, it often took a long explanation to prospective clients in order to get them to understand what they were and what they did. Today, that’s not a problem as dozens of new infographics are unleashed into the world every day.
There’s something about infographics that make claims based on perspectives and opinions rather than facts. This infographic from MyLife does just that and tries to list the top 10 failed social media sites.
There are people who love testing the patience of people around them and then there are people who appreciate and value it! Which group you belong to? Will you be screaming out from a brick-size book to make your point in a busy community hall? It’ll surely draw the attention of people but for wrong reasons. So, chart your information before you climb the dais. You’ll need more than just recitation to hook people to your facts.