Excellent Infographic created by visual.ly overviewing the Facebook stats of Infusion Media. I must say that I’m very proud of my average user stats!!!
I’ve been trying to get Siri installed on my iPhone 4 for quite some time now. Every week there seems to be some new trick published on mainstream iPhone & Jailbreaking Blogs to bypass Apple’s restriction of Siri to the iPhone 4S only platform. However, each time something failed. Until today!!!
I was able to activate Siri this morning. I am very impressed! I was able to play Music, find a good BBQ Restaurant in Kansas City (I had to try the “What’s the best BBQ Restaurant in Kansas City” from the Apple Commercial…especially with my strong ties to the city.
And what was really impressive, I was able to send Teresa a text message without typing while driving. While the punctuation wasn’t the best, the voice recognition was excellent.
Have you tried Siri? If so, what is your favorite feature?
Kudo’s to Meineke on Social Media Customer Engagement!
The link then led to these coupons that I can use on my next visit.
Very impressive proactive customer engagement!
Ever created an Infographic? You know…one of those graphs that combine Data & Graphics that give you that “Wow” impression when it loads a full web page? lol There are some tools out there to help create specialized Infographics such as Resume’s or LinkedIn Profiles. Or you can create your own with a graphics program such as Photoshop.
Visual.ly is now rolling out a tool to easily create Infographics and makes it even easier to share it across your Social Media Networks, Blogs, Websites, email, etc. They currently only have a limited amount of tools to start, but they promise a full list of new tools coming soon.
I decided to try it out. One of their featured tools is to compare Twitter accounts with a SXSW Theme. So I compared myself to my Twitter Friend Irene Kimmel (@irenekimmel). The output was very impressive! (See below.). My only complaint is that since I changed my Twitter Username last week, the graphic is only showing one week of stats. Not sure if this is a Twitter bug or Visual.ly issue since by changing my name I kept my years and years of Twitter history.
So what do you think?