News: Google Databoard for Research Insights still under the radar - Powerful data and infographic tool
Powerful research and creation tool for publishers and bloggers: Google Think Insights
As a marketing strategy, Google many times launches an amazing new product without much hype, counting on word of mouth to make the tool viral. The strategy is effective and has worked with platforms as big as the launch of Google +. And, it will work for the powerful new tool released a month ago, but still invisible to most bloggers and publishers. The powerful research and infographic creation tool, Google's Databoard for Research Insights, released in early July of this year aims to re envision the correlation of research and graphics.
The surface simplicity of the image draws you immediately to the Databoard for Research Insights tool, with Google's careful use of color and minimal design on the announcement page.
When the tool is potent and efficient, Google has learned there is no need for media hype.
The Databoard for Research and Insights
Early reports from WebProNews.com, described the simple vision and plan for the tool:
Google has just unveiled a nice little data sharing tool for businesses that aims to keep up with the latest data available from studies Google chooses to include. It lets you easily get right to the data points you’re looking for, and share them with others in visually appealing ways.
The revolution in the Google Think Insights tool is the combination of the latest available data from Google's massive stores, with sleek features for generating infographics.
Who better to calculate massive big data and bundle it with a strong research tool than Google? Infographics have just become easy, aesthetic, and accurate.
Features of the Databoard for Research Insights
For now the research mines data in the following areas, but Google certifies that the service will grow and expand rapidly:
In Google's Research Blog, Adam Grunewald, Mobile Marketing Manager, states that:
Most research studies set out to answer a specific question, like how people use their smartphones in store, or how a specific type of consumer shops. This means that businesses need to look across multiple pieces of research to craft a comprehensive business or marketing strategy. To address this need, the Databoard allows users to curate a customized infographic out of the charts or data points you find important across multiple Google research studies. Creating an infographic is quick and easy, and you can share the finished product with your friends or colleagues.
From all appearances, the Databoard for Research Insights, has the potential to revolutionize how bloggers and creatives do their work, providing solid, reliable data that is easily converted into attractive graphics that will enhance blogs.
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