My five favourite 2014 tweets with pictures

Social for The People

My top two most read blog posts this year were: number 1: a ‘how to’ flow chart, and number 2. a look at how social media can help public servants be less evil.

Both are quite visual: they each include charts that make a point with more impact than lots of words.

I had a look back at my tweets that were most shared this year and noticed the lots of things I’ve enjoyed included a great visual too.

Here are my five favourite visuals I shared on Twitter this year (and what I think they say or what we in the public sector can learn from them).*

1.The Election

Public sector organisations need to show political impartiality so they couldn’t have shared this (not with a #ukip hashtag anyway!).
But it’s a a simple lesson in sharing punchy…

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