10 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day

Happy Earth Day! In this infographic, we offer suggestions about how to go green and celebrate the planet. Today is a great day to start thinking about the small choices you can make to reduce your carbon footprint–and also a great excuse to have fun outside!

10 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day

USB Connector Types: Detangling Confusion

Do you know which USB cable to grab when it’s time to print a document, upload a photo, or transfer files between your devices? Let our handy guide help you get organized.


Gift Wrap Unwrapped: Wrap the Perfect Eco-Friendly Christmas Gift

Before you begin wrapping all your holiday gifts this year, take a moment to consider the effects of wrapping paper usage on the environment. Check out our latest infographic to learn how to wrap thoughtfully and cut down on waste this season!


Gobble Tov! Happy Thanksgivukkah!

The first day of Hanukkah falls on Thanksgiving this year, creating a magical hybrid holiday that may not occur again for another 79,043 years! We decided to celebrate our new favorite once-in-a-lifetime holiday by creating this infographic.

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Know Your Internet Cat Celebrities

Did you know that several of the internet’s favorite cats are currently earning six figure incomes? Check out this infographic to learn which felines are selling books, promoting movies, and appearing on TV.Know Your Internet Cats

Get the Info on Infographics

Humans have communicated through pictures since at least 30,000 BC, when early cave paintings were created. Today, infographics and other forms of data visualization are broadly used to simplify and clarify complex ideas. In this infographic, learn how the form is adapting to contemporary media, and finding a new home online.

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3 Reasons to Consider Infographics for Content Marketing

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Infographics. This word seems to be on the tip of every SEO and internet marketer’s tongue. Infographics are images containing visual representations of statistics, demographics, historical time lines, and factoids about a certain topic.

What is it about these colorful data visualizations that make them such compelling pieces of content?

Below we’ll explain the top three reasons to consider infographics as a part of a content marketing strategy. We will also share some helpful links for getting started with infographic design and marketing.

Why Create Infographics?

1. Infographics Are User Friendly

People love to feel informed but have limited attention spans. Infographics are popular with online audiences because they feature memorable, bite-sized pieces of information in a visually stimulating format that’s easy to share. Blog posts, guest blogs, ebooks, and white papers are all integral to a content marketing strategy, yet infographics are more user-friendly and engaging than these other text-based formats.

2. Infographics Have Social Value​​

Which would you rather post to your Facebook wall, a link to a blog post listing statistics about the economy, or a stunning image that animated the same statistics using charts and information design?  Users on networks like Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest will likely find more value and fun in sharing a visual infographic than a plain old blog post. Featuring original infographics on a business social media profile, blog, or website can also create a more positive brand image for that business.

3. Infographics Build Links

Marketers can submit infographics to third party design websites, bookmarking sites, and social networks, with links pointing back to the original infographic URL. While many of the links from third parties such as Pinterest or Flickr will be “no-follow,” populating such sites with an infographic image can help increase referral traffic. Additionally, other blogs and websites may find your infographic on a site like Visual.ly, and then choose to share it with their audiences using embed code or a  “follow” link attribution. While distributing an infographic, marketers can optimize the infographics’ embed code with the links and varied anchor text of their choice.

If you are considering infographics as part of your  online strategy, be sure to partner with a content marketing provider offering infographic research, fact-checking, design and editing. To learn more about marketing with infographics, check out these helpful links.

Links to Infographics Resources





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