Nov 24, 2011

6 Steps to Making Your Infographic Work –
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Via Scoop.itinternetbillboards

There’s no right or wrong way to come up with a solid idea for an infographic, but first and foremost; keep the brief simple. Get your team together for a group brainstorm. It’s easy to come up with an idea and think it’s the best thing since Angry Birds, but how do you know everyone else shares the same enthusiasm for your vision? You should also consider an idea that will appeal across a broad range of niche sites. For example, a graphic about the “Evolution of the Electric Car” could appeal, not only to the motoring industry, but also the tech and green community. Tad Chef provided a good insight on how you should be mindful of where you want to gain links from with your link bait.
Via seogadget.co.uk

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