You may have seen them featured on segments of shows such as “The Colbert Report” and “Parks and Recreation”, among others, and despite an ill-defined meaning or practicality use, “WordClouds” have become a rising trend over the last year. By definition, a word cloud—originally referred to as a “tag cloud”—serves as a visual representation for text data. It is mainly used for SEO purposes in determining keywords and popular phrases surrounding terms best used for optimization and link conversions. However, these tag clouds have become more relevant in the wake of web 2.0 rather than a simple weighted list showing what words catch on.
Here's one we made: