Catching up on reading this weekend and came across two great word clouds in Pat Allen's Rock The Boat Marketing blog.

Financial Word Clouds

Catching up on reading this weekend and came across two great word clouds in Pat Allen’s Rock The Boat Marketing blog.

For those new to my blog, I post word clouds because they’re valuable whole-brain communications tools; a brief glance tells you what’s important to the author.   Use them in presentations, websites and white papers.

Tell me, please, where you’ve employed a word cloud.

Fidelity’s July US economic update

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Oppenheimer’s Weekly Market Review

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One comment

  1. Tamela, thanks for the mention. We think using word and tag clouds helps give writers’ work relevance–it’s not always about the numbers!

    Just this morning I spotted one on The Market Oracle, a UK site. See http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/index.php?name=News&file=article&sid=12786 In a sea of data-intensive charts, graphs and tables, the writer provides a tag cloud and comments on the predominance of the word “recovery.”

    Best,
    Pat

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