Infographics are still one of the most effective ways to not only create content on the internet today but also to get more attention, exposure and social shares in the process. When you look at industry stats on visual content and online video, it’s clear that text content is taking a back seat to anything visual. For site owners and content creators, this is a great opportunity to turn their existing text content into powerful infographics that can reach a whole new audience while also bringing new life and focus back to some of their best performing content.
With mobile and responsive viewing now more important than ever, it’s crucial to have visual content that is properly designed and in the right file formats and sizes. Here are some things to consider before going live with your next infographic design.
To help with this process, be sure to check out the infographic below that provides answers to all your queries regarding infographic size and specifications. Special thanks to Infographic Design Team for the creation of the infographic.
Three more infographic design tips provided by CopyBlogger and Blogging.org, are to implement the following within each design:
While some of these points might seem obvious, you would be surprised at how many unprofessional infographic designs are floating around the internet.
Once you’ve created an infographic, then the real fun and promotion come into play. In addition to placing the infographic of your website or blog, don’t forget to add an embed code so other site owners can share it with their audiences as well. You will also want to make sure you have easy social sharing buttons on your page as well. Since visuals are often shared a lot more than regular text content, then easier you make this process for your audience, the more likely they are to take action.

  This article was written for Business 2 Community by Zac Johnson.
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