People would rather tweet content with a cartoon than content with a stock photo. Mark Anderson of Andertoons drew this conclusion after some recent marketing research using some of his own artwork to gain public feedback. Read more about Mark's findings and some of the interesting implications. It may change the way you create content in the future.


Written by lyceum
1014 days ago

My comment on Small Business Trends:

Very interesting findings. I have added Mark Anderson’s cat cartoons on my web site as a funny touch (Andertoons daily cartoon, syndication / cat). I have purchased several cartoons as my logotypes & blog banners from my friends and editorial cartoonists and artists, John Cox & Allen Forkum.

Do you know if you could purchase cartoons from Mark for illustration of an e-book? I think cartoons will be powerful than stock photos in an e-book and it will stick out compared with other e-books.

Written by tiroberts
1015 days ago

Wow, now this is interesting info and it’ll definitely be useful for my new Twitter endeavors. I’m seeking to get more engagement from my Twitter following and this is great info to know as I begin my execution. Thanks for sharing.


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