Sep 14, 2012

21 Things to Do to Help Your Infographic Go Viral
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Did you know that 65 percent of us are visual learners and that the brain processes visual information 60,000 times faster than text?

 

In a world where people are too busy to eat lunch, an image is exactly what we need to get the latest information in as little time as possible. That’s why memes spread like a disease and online videos have enjoyed such a meteoric rise.

 

And of course, the more people view it, the more they’ll share it with their friends and the bigger the impact it will have on your goals.

 

But memes only translate small, simple ideas, and videos can’t be viewed in a glance. What if you want to present lots of data, and you want your audience to comprehend it immediately?

 

Try an infographic.

 

Use these 21 tips to plan and create an infographic and then help your infographic go viral.
See on www.contentmarketinginstitute.com

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