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Infographic Is Here To Stay!

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Last updated on May 31, 2018

Last updated on May 30, 2018

Infographic Is Here To Stay!

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Infographic— the dictionary meaning says: 

Infographic is nothing but an information graphic.  That is a visual representation of a dataset or instructive material.  It takes a large amount of information in text or numerical form and then condenses it into a combination of images and text, allowing viewers to quickly grasp the essential insights the data contains.

In fact, Infographic is here to stay!

In short, in a busy world, people can obtain lots of information by just have a glance on an infographic,  As the saying goes: “A picture speaks a thousand words” this is the key here today!

People are very busy and they are not in a position to read a 2000 or 3000-word content, but if that can be condensed in the visual image  or in a graphic chart that will get more attention.

Here is a post  which talks everything about infographic!

People retain 80% of what they see and only 20% of what they read and 10% of what they hear.

The research says 90% of information transmitted to the brain is visual.

And Visual contents are shared 3x times faster than text.

How visual contents drives social media growth!

Read on…   you will get more on this trending subject!

Also please read this post in relation to this post:  3 Reasons Why Brand Marketing Needs To Go Visual

How Visual Content Drives Social Media Growth #infographic

Infographics Source: Visualistan

 

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4 Comments

  1. Hello Philip, love your blog!

    I just love infographics! As your infographic shows, I really appreciate the branding aspects as well as SEO.

    Actually, infographics have been a challenge for me. I find that when I want to get certain points across, this should be my first choice (that’s why I have to get good at infographics), but I tend to write and use 1 graphic to represent my written content.

    Your post reminds me that I have to try harder to get comfortable with creating infographics, they are worth it.

    Thank you Philip!

    Deborah
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    September 14, 2015
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    • Hi Deborah,
      I start with an apology,
      I missed this wonderful insight! Sorry for the delay in responding to this feedback.
      Yes Infographic can play a wonderful role in our blogging activities.
      Thanks for adding value to this post, a re-shared post.
      Thanks for finding time to visit my page and drop valuable comments like this.
      This means a lot to me! :-)
      Keep sharing,
      I reciprocate. :-)
      May you have a rocking week ahead.
      Best Regards
      ~ Philip

      September 21, 2015
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  2. Hi Philip,
    Nice to be here today.
    I like your website.
    A lot of information packed in with style and order.
    It is very beneficial to the visitors.
    The infographic you shared is a collector’s item.
    Thanks for sharing. :-)
    I will share and put a word about your efforts among my friends.
    Keep up the good work. Keep writing.
    Many thanks for sharing.
    Barbara & Erick

    October 4, 2016
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