“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!

Q2 is near

Whatever your 2024 goal is, you have 9 more months to complete it

❌ Q1: January, February, March​
✅ Q2: April, May, June
✅ Q3: July, August, September
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Total Addressable Market

When looking at market size it’s helpful to look at the realistic amount you can capture.

TAM: Total demand for a specific product/service in a market.

SAM: Portion of TAM