Infographics are an intuitive means of combining and displaying large amounts of data in a visually attractive design. They are also appealing to viewers, and this combination makes them highly marketable with the potential for a good infographic design to go viral on social media.
Infographics typically combine textual data and statistics with images, graphs, and charts. They may also include additional elements like quotes to add to the overall value of the design. You can buy infographics from WildShark that contain a handful of elements and stretch over a single page, or much larger pieces that take up several pages and contain 20, 30, or more pieces of data and relevant statistics.
Buy infographics from WildShark and we will thoroughly research the topic, ensure that you have high quality content for your piece, and create something that has the potential to go viral. What’s more, we can also distribute and market your infographic; sharing it on social media websites, publishing it on blogs via guest posting opportunities, and distribute it to some of the most popular infographic directories.
All published instances of your infographic will include a link to your site, and the majority will be accompanied by unique text content. This serves to further enhance the link building potential for your high quality piece of content.
Branding is an important component in infographic design. You need to cite every source that is used within the content, and this can include your own research and data. You can also include branded headers, use your brand’s colours and designs, and you should use your brand’s narrative tone and voice. You can even incorporate Calls To Action within the body of the infographic, as well as within the body content that accompanies it. Readers will begin to recognise your brand name, and they will associate it with the production and sharing of high quality content on relevant topics.
The primary function of an infographic is to help report and publish complex data in a simple format. Attempting to relay dozens of pieces of data using just text can leave the reader bewildered and confused, but by adding attractive visuals and by including relevant charts and graphs, you not only break up the data but you also provide visual cues and a format that most people can understand more easily.
Infographics can be created to report statistical findings, to gather relevant source data on a specific topic, or to easily display processes and procedures. They can be used by virtually any business in any industry, and you can regularly buy infographics to help develop loyal brand followers.