8 Tips for Writing Infographics Readers Will Love

It’s a classic conundrum.

You have some strong statistics that would be really meaningful for your audience…

For example, stats like… content with relevant images gets 94% more views than those without images. On Twitter, tweets with images get 150% more retweets than those that don’t.

Statistics like these are interesting to a lot of people (click here for 30 more), but they can get lost in a lot of text, and your audience may never end up reading them.

What’s the solution?

Create an infographic.

8 Tips for Writing Infographics Readers Will Love

Infographics are the most engaging form of visual content, and they’re Liked and shared three times more than any other content on social media.

Along with being highly appealing for any audience, they have the flexibility to fulfill a number of purposes. They can be a great stand-alone social media post… a bonus gift or lead magnet… an eye-catching graphic in a blog post to help drive traffic…

It’s a unique format. And like anything unique, it comes with its own set of rules and best practices.

Ready to make a value-packed, highly shared infographic? Here’s how…


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