If you have been wondering how to skyrocket your content one of the ways you can do that is with an information graphical representation of the topic you want to engage your audience with.
It will help you teach, and show your audience your key points without them having to read your article - and we all know people like the easy way.
- Embed it in a blog post
- Use it in Google visual search
- Informational Graphics work well in Social Media
- Let your Audience download and have it go viral
- An Infogram in visual form or chart type works well
- Use it as a youtube header
- Use Big font Sizes and readable font types
- Facebook loves them
- Pinterest Loves them
- Helps with brand awareness
- Animated Characters are fantastic
We will show the step-by-step guidelines and tips for you to make an infographic that summarizes, informs, and engages your target audience.
Creating your infographic is not as difficult as you think. Also, there are a lot of drag-and-drop content blocks and templates editors that help you make them in just a few minutes with great color schemes. So, be sure to use one!
Below is an example from Pinterest - which is a great source of inspiration
An infographic is often used in marketing since it helps to communicate key points efficiently and attract customers while giving them data visualization that can be understood easily.
It is a combination of graphics, images, and text to provide information for a specific topic without confusion.
Having said that, it is important to give clear and concise content and at the same time, make engaging articles overall.
The integration design skills and knowledge of the topic will produce an effective infographic. And using a tool like Canva just helps take it to the next level.
Make an outline
As we have said, you have to create a clear and concise topic to be able to visually communicate. This would also ease your work in doing the design process. To achieve this, you have to:
1. Make a quick summary or overview of the topic. Whatever your chosen topic is, give your audience an idea about the content. Whether it is for entertainment, results, surveys, steps, or plans, make it easier for them to understand using the key points.
2. Keep it simple - A visual representation doesn't need to be complicated or "wordy". You might want to use the infographics to simplify a complex topic. Also, make sure to focus on a single topic.
3. An infographic is intended to achieve a focused point. Your info content should be simple enough to be easily understood and short enough to be read by someone who has a low level of concentration. Infographics are great in course content