Speech Bubble

Speech balloons (also speech bubbles, dialogue balloons or word balloons) are a graphic convention used most commonly in comic books, comic strips and cartoons to allow words (and much less often, pictures) to be understood as representing the speech or thoughts of a given character in the comic. There is often a formal distinction between the balloon that indicates thoughts and the one that indicates words spoken aloud: the balloon that conveys subjective thoughts is often referred to as a thought bubble.
Posts about Speech Bubble
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    … Twitter without a retweet button? It’s actually being tested. Twitter confirmed to Ingrid Lunden and Jon Russell of TechCrunch that it is testing a tweak to its flagship mobile application in which the retweet button and reply arrow are replaced with a circular icon that brings up sharing options and a speech bubble. The social network told…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Twitter- 19 readers -
  • Using The New Treemaps Report In Analytics To Find AdWords Nirvana

    AdWords is better when it’s linked with Google Analytics (GA). Analytics reporting gives you much deeper insight into your AdWords performance. Instead of focusing on the wide array of awesome reports that are available in GA, I want to spend today focusing on a new report that was just released and that will be rolling out over the next few weeks to all GA accounts. Treemaps.

    Matt Lawson/ Search Engine Land- 14 readers -
  • Online reviews work, so why do so few hotels use them?

    …, but no reviews. Best Western Best Western uses TripAdvisor reviews, with an average rating and a link to read reviews. Unlike the Q Hotels implementation which takes users away from its site these reviews are shown further down the page. A much better idea. How should reviews be used? Let's look at Hotels.com for some good examples. OK, it's…

    Graham Charlton/ Econsultancyin Paid Search Google- 4 readers -
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