This blog post may look familiar– especially if you read my previous blog post.
It contains the same information, reformatted as an infographic.
What’s the point?
You can get more mileage out of your visuals by repackaging them: in tweets, pins, Facebook posts, slideshows, videos, and… infographics.
And here’s something to consider: people share infographics more than other visuals.
Don’t forget to tack on your source links at the end, and include a link back to your site.
You can also use this “credits & references” area to establish context and/or include additional information for the reader. In this case, I decided to include the quotes which inspired the 7 corresponding tips.
Mark Armstrong is an illustrator specializing in humor, branding, social media, and content marketing. He creates images that get content seen and shared.
Do you use infographics as part of your content marketing strategy?
Have you ever given up on how-to directions that were text-only, no pictures?
Have you ever seen an ant using a mobile phone??
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