How to get more exposure to your infographics

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Hey Warriors,

I have quite a good few infographics on my website and I would like to get more exposure to them. I posed all my infographics to places like slideshare, tumblr, google plus, facebook, linkedin and twitter.

Are there any other ways to get more exposure to increase traffic from infographics? Pinterest seems to be the best so far!

I would love to hear from you,

All the best,

Justin
#exposure #infographics
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    • Profile picture of the author Steve B
      Just like all other marketing, infographics need to be distributed to targeted prospects in order to be shared and relevant to the audience. Otherwise they are meaningless and serve no purpose.

      Do your infographics provide the viewer with quality information relevant to the niche? Do they stand out and catch attention so that the viewer will want to click through?

      Infographics are no longer new and "cool" - they are everywhere - so you must make them attractive ("magnetic") and relevant to the viewer.

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      • Profile picture of the author Justin012
        I design my own infograhpics for fitness and bodybuilding niche. I'm not sure if they are as eye catching as some of the ones you find on pinterest but there is always the option of outsourcing to a professional graphic designer.

        Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

        Do your infographics provide the viewer with quality information relevant to the niche? Do they stand out and catch attention so that the viewer will want to click through?
        Yes, I would like to think they are high quality and relevant to my niche. I get about 5,000-6000 visitors per month just from Pinterest alone, so I guess my info-graphics are doing okay.
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        • Profile picture of the author John Moore
          Originally Posted by Justin012 View Post

          I design my own infograhpics for fitness and bodybuilding niche. I'm not sure if they are as eye catching as some of the ones you find on pinterest but there is always the option of outsourcing to a professional graphic designer.



          Yes, I would like to think they are high quality and relevant to my niche. I get about 5,000-6000 visitors per month just from Pinterest alone, so I guess my info-graphics are doing okay.
          I'm in the same niche as you (fitness) and i get some great results from Pinterest. Make sure to build up your followers on a daily basis and post at the right time. Posting at the right time made a HUGE difference in resharing and traffic
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  • Profile picture of the author JackLK
    Hi Justin,

    I'm also a weightlifting fanatic and having seen your pinterest page, I think you may wish to consider trying gifographics in order to demonstrate the different types of exercises you suggest. I think that's something that could really go viral in the fitness community. You could give a thorough graphical demonstration of an entire workout in one infographic, similar to what you see at ExRx.

    As for promotion, you might wish to consider infographic submission sites and also network with fellow bloggers and try to encourage them to share the infographics on their sites.

    What you're doing seems really interesting - if you want some more tips about either the creative or promotional side of things feel free to send me a PM or email j.knopfler@mammothinfographics.com

    Best of luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    There's actually a shortcut to this, and the good news is this is not a bad shortcut.

    You have to understand that with online promotions, there are two types of shortcuts -- bad shortcuts and good shortcuts.

    Bad shortcuts get you banned.

    Bad shortcuts enable you to act like a spammer.

    Good shortcuts, on the other hand, increase your efficiency.

    There is a tool called TinEye that enables you to look at the websites that feature a particular picture.

    You need to look at your infographic and pay attention to which of your competitors offer a similar infographic.

    Look for their infographics.

    Now the next step is to use TinEye to find the websites that published your competitors infographics.

    Since your infographic is related to their infographics, and I'm hoping is of a better quality, you only need to reach out to the websites that are already featuring your competitors' infographics.

    If there is a high enough level of similarity and your infographic is much better, then your chances of getting published are quite high.

    Most importantly, you need to make sure that the infographic description that you create is ready to be sent.

    This how you get SEO advantage through infographics.

    This is the primary benefit as far as SEO is concerned with infographics.
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