“The Most” of every United State

This is a fun graphic with something that each state has the most of.

I’m from Texas: We apparently have a lot of wind energy!

Also this is the kind of image that would be really effective on social media for several reasons:

  1. Easily Digestible Information: Each state is labeled with a single, standout attribute, making the information quick to read and easy to understand.
  2. Surprising Facts: Some of the attributes are unexpected or humorous (e.g., “Biggest Poinsettias”, “Most Polite”), which can pique curiosity and encourage sharing.
  3. Conversation Starter: The map prompts discussions about the attributes of each state, which can lead to debates, stories, and personal experiences related to these unique features.
  4. Regional Pride: People often feel a sense of pride about where they’re from; this map taps into that sentiment by highlighting a notable feature of each state, which can lead to residents sharing the image.
  5. Educational Value: There’s an educational component as it informs viewers about various statistical and cultural distinctions across the country.
  6. Personal Identification: Individuals can identify with their state’s characteristic, which encourages them to interact with the content (likes, comments, shares).
  7. Humor and Light-heartedness: The map does not take itself too seriously, which aligns with the kind of light-hearted content that people enjoy on social media.
  8. Shareability: The combination of humor, pride, and colorful design makes this an image people are likely to share, boosting its visibility and effectiveness on social media platforms.
  9. Broad Appeal: It covers a wide range of topics, from food and lifestyle to economics and social metrics, giving it a broad appeal to different interests and demographics.

This is totally like “social media bait” for sure!

How couples meet graphic

WOW. Look how rapidly online dating became the primary way couples meet.

I meet people who don’t like using dating apps, but by the math of it, it’s almost FOOLISH …