The Best Way to Sell Infographics?

by aleong
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Have any of you had success selling infographics? I enjoy making health-related infographics and would like to sell them. I know I could offer infographic design as a service, but I'd rather post them and sell the same one many times. I know there are sites, like Creative Market, Graphic River, where you can sell templates, but I'd rather sell the finished product. Any suggestions?
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Where do people in your niche congregate? You would know that better than anyone else. Obviously, you want to get in front of very targeted prospects - same as with any product. Build up your subscriber list and sell to these people that trust you.


    Cold traffic is not the answer.



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  • Profile picture of the author DURABLEOILCOM
    You can make alot of money selling Infographics in Fourerr and Fiverr, just be prepared to offer unlimited Revisions and 100% customer satisfaction guarantees.
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    • Profile picture of the author aleong
      Good information! I didn't know about Fourerr. Will check it out. Thanks!
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    It is always simpler to buy a ready-made product. Especially when only you begin to develop in this sphere and you don't know what to begin with. Your offer will be relevant for many beginners. Only it is necessary to show convincingly why it is necessary to buy a ready-made product from you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Olivia Thomas
    Hey,
    Fiverr is a really good option if you want to sell your work. Many companies are looking for ready made infographics and are on a constant look out for designers who can provide these services. You can try Behance and Dribbble as well. The only challenge here is that you need to have an impressive profile on such sites in order to get noticed by companies.
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  • Profile picture of the author marciayudkin
    Why would someone want to buy an infographic that is not exclusive to them? It would be pretty useless as a traffic generator. You'd need to tell people that the infographic can be bought by others as well, and for anyone who is in the running to spend good money, that's a deal killer.

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    • Profile picture of the author Steve B
      Originally Posted by marciayudkin View Post

      Why would someone want to buy an infographic that is not exclusive to them?

      As long as the license allows the buyer to modify the graphic (adding your own business name, URL, and other small modifications) then buying a "non exclusive" but eye-catching and informative infographic is a great way to save time and money from doing it yourself. I have profitably done this many times. Just be sure the license allows you to make the infographic your own (which is fairly standard). The chances of your audience already seeing or recognizing the graphic are very slim.


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    • Profile picture of the author aleong
      That's a legitimate point. I was thinking along the lines of PLR for infographic but it's different since they can't easily change the infographic to make it unique. Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author steveeyes
    I've sold a few on Fiverr, but noting earth shattering. However it is not my primary gig but did it when asked by fiverr clients.
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  • Profile picture of the author majuyabisa
    Based my experience ...some of legal adult advertising has good converted to sell infographics
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  • Profile picture of the author GordonJ
    Originally Posted by aleong View Post

    Have any of you had success selling infographics? I enjoy making health-related infographics and would like to sell them. I know I could offer infographic design as a service, but I'd rather post them and sell the same one many times. I know there are sites, like Creative Market, Graphic River, where you can sell templates, but I'd rather sell the finished product. Any suggestions?
    One suggestion. You could create the infographic, and have some "slug" slots. Example, a Doctor in CA, could get his pic in the pic slot, his practice in the header, and his contact info in the "Johnson Box" (a direct response term, usually lower right hand corner).

    So, you still have the ONE IG on say, anti-aging, which could be sold for PREMIUM prices to doctors and med professionals all over the world. You could then simply provide them with a file they could have printed locally, or you could outsource locally and act as the supplier for re-orders (if considering this option, really, really OUTSOURCE the whole thing).

    Just from the list at your site, you have at least 30 topics, and with an infographic (IG), you could do peer to peer offers, for a lot more dough than doing the fiverr, fourerr, or is there a threerer yet?

    Professionals, buying from professionals with an established presence, is a much easier sell, for much higher dollars, than fiddle farting around with some PLR or that type of thing.

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    Also, don't overlook Gov't pubs, Big Associations (Heart, lung, etc.) and see if their local branches would want some customized IG.

    I marketed for a Chiro, who spent Yuuuge money on IG, and did extremely well with supplements. It got so I dreamed his smiling smarmy face at night, I saw so many pics on his IG...HA!
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    • Profile picture of the author aleong
      GordonJ, that's an excellent idea! Thanks for your detailed explanation too. That's something I'll definitely investigate. Thanks again!
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