Visionary Eyecare Blog – A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words

A Visual Representation of the Visionary Eyecare Blog

A Visual Representation of the Visionary Eyecare Blog

Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words!!

And sometimes that picture is made from a thousand words…..

Here are some visual representations of the Visionary Eyecare Blog from Wordle.

It visibly shows that our blog talks about the Eye, an Optometrist, an Eye Exam, Pembroke Pines, Sunrise,  Eye Dr,  Contacts, Dr Dawn Bearden, Dr Emily McCulluh, Dr Anna-Kay Tenn, Lenscrafters, an Eye Doctor,  Vision, Eye Care, Eye Health and more….

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Just by scanning one of these images – a reader can immediately get a feel for what the Visionary Eyecare Blog is all about!!

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4 responses to “Visionary Eyecare Blog – A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words

  1. Ross Goukler, OD

    Very cool! It would be neat if you could manipulate it to read LOVE EYES really large in relation to the rest of the words.

  2. Glad you liked it!

    The service that makes the picture – actually takes the blog feed and visually represents what is in the feed.

    So if I had a lot of blog posts and blog entries about Eye Love….then Eye Love would be really large in the visual representation….

    Guess I should start blogging about “Eye Love”….lol..

  3. Nice articles, good design. I’m like your post.

  4. Pictures appeal to human senses faster than a page full of words and text. Such a picturesque representation of your visionary blog is worth mentioning. After eye is our window to see beautiful world.

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