Build Your Own Inforgraphic For Free – WP Scroll Depth is an interesting service that allows you to create an infographic. It is super easy, and when I played with it I would guess that it would take around an hour to crate your first infographic (the good news is the tool is versatile, but there is a learning curve).

WP Scroll Depth is a free plugin that works with Google Analytics to help you see how far down your visitors are scrolling.

You also have the option to track events of three different types:

  • Percentage: Percentage events are fired at the 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100% scrolling points. There’s also a Baseline event which fires as soon as the page loads.
  • Pixel Depth: Pixel Depth events record the scroll distance in pixels, rounded down to the nearest 250px increment. While the percentage events provide a relative measure of scroll depth, pixel depth events provide an absolute measure. This can be useful for comparing across devices where the relative percentage heights vary greatly (e.g., desktop vs mobile).
  • Elements: You can also track when specific elements on the page are scrolled into view. On a blog, for example, you could send a Scroll Depth event whenever the user reaches the end of a post.

Slack – Team Communication Tool

Slack is an interesting tool for those people who work on teams. It enables you to have all of your communication in one place. All of your items in Google Docs, Dropbox, and many other tools can be organized and made searchable with Slack. You can make a team, and then have categories (public or private so if you have different levels for team members you can have a category just for management). It’s easy to sign up. For me, its kind of hard to bring team members into the fold (I can make it recognize an domain, so here again it is made for businesses – not podcasters). I was bmmered there is no way (that I could see after using it for 10 minutes) to make a page where people could go in an request to join my team (there is a tool for that it’s call facebook).

It turns out that Slack is from one of the co-founders of Flickr. It has been growing quickly for just being around a little over a year.

The more I play with it, the more I see its potential. I do with they had more of a “step by step” video

If you’re interested in playing with my Weekly Web Tools team, send an email to and put the word SLACK in the subject.

If you are looking to start your own Slack team go to