Now Google gives you the power to create infographics to sell more

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Check out an example of what you can do here:

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That was an infographic I created myself, in my opinion there are still some thinks missing, like the power to insert it on your website or in forums, but its a good start to prospect different services offline.
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  • Profile picture of the author Aaron Doud
    Originally Posted by patadeperro View Post

    like the power to insert it on your website or in forums
    "Print Screen" Button
    Paste into Image program
    Save as .jpg

    Fixed
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    • Profile picture of the author patadeperro
      Originally Posted by Aaron Doud View Post

      "Print Screen" Button
      Paste into Image program
      Save as .jpg

      Fixed
      hahahah yes, but you are loosing the backlink power, that was my point
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      • Profile picture of the author iAmNameLess
        Originally Posted by patadeperro View Post

        hahahah yes, but you are loosing the backlink power, that was my point
        That isn't a good point though. The real backlink power comes from when you are marketing your content, on your own blog and have a blog post with the infographic which provides link bait for others out there. Creating good content attracts links, creating good content just to use an avenue of creating a backlink is pointless. Links without traffic, are pointless.
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        • Profile picture of the author patadeperro
          Originally Posted by iAmNameLess View Post

          That isn't a good point though. The real backlink power comes from when you are marketing your content, on your own blog and have a blog post with the infographic which provides link bait for others out there. Creating good content attracts links, creating good content just to use an avenue of creating a backlink is pointless. Links without traffic, are pointless.
          If you read my first comment that is what I am taking about, the feature to insert the infographic to your website, and then from there you would be able to backlink.

          In other area, no backlinks without traffic are no pointless, what if you have a domain PR 6 with minimal traffic, any backlink you get from page that has the PR will help you to rank and to gain Search Engine traffic, there are backlinks to get traffic, backlinks to get link juice and they are not pointless.
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          • Profile picture of the author iAmNameLess
            Originally Posted by patadeperro View Post

            If you read my first comment that is what I am taking about, the feature to insert the infographic to your website, and then from there you would be able to backlink.

            In other area, no backlinks without traffic are no pointless, what if you have a domain PR 6 with minimal traffic, any backlink you get from page that has the PR will help you to rank and to gain Search Engine traffic, there are backlinks to get traffic, backlinks to get link juice and they are not pointless.
            PR flow has been downgraded so much for the past 2-3 years. A backlink without traffic is a useless backlink... profile backlinks, backlinks from article directories with poorly spun content, backlinks that sit idle on a site nobody visits, it is all pointless. A backlink on a yelp page with 10 reviews and a PR3 and no anchor text is more valuable than a backlink with no interaction and weak traffic on a PR 6 with anchor text.

            You save the infographic as an image, embedding it makes no sense, it doesn't give the infographic page on a 3rd party site more backlink juice to you... that argument is weak bro.
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            • Profile picture of the author patadeperro
              Originally Posted by iAmNameLess View Post

              PR flow has been downgraded so much for the past 2-3 years. A backlink without traffic is a useless backlink... profile backlinks, backlinks from article directories with poorly spun content, backlinks that sit idle on a site nobody visits, it is all pointless. A backlink on a yelp page with 10 reviews and a PR3 and no anchor text is more valuable than a backlink with no interaction and weak traffic on a PR 6 with anchor text.
              Iamnameless, unless you can back up what you are saying you are merely repeating the same lies that many others are repeating and that is why they are out of the SEO game, I have clients in the hardest niches and I can prove what I say, I challenge you to rank for a term such as "Real Estate NY" with backlinks without Pr, please show me how you can rank with a yelp review page, PR backlinks is what still today gives the ranks, yes context matters, yes anchor text matters, traffic coming from the backlik is absolutelly irrelevant.

              Originally Posted by iAmNameLess View Post

              You save the infographic as an image, embedding it makes no sense, it doesn't give the infographic page on a 3rd party site more backlink juice to you... that argument is weak bro.
              Who says it makes no sense? if you embed the image to your site and you make a proper backlink profile you can rank it for sure, I am never talking about getting a backlink from the google page, that you imply that is a wrong assumption from your part
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              • Profile picture of the author iAmNameLess
                Originally Posted by patadeperro View Post

                Iamnameless, unless you can back up what you are saying you are merely repeating the same lies that many others are repeating and that is why they are out of the SEO game, I have clients in the hardest niches and I can prove what I say, I challenge you to rank for a term such as "Real Estate NY" with backlinks without Pr, please show me how you can rank with a yelp review page, PR backlinks is what still today gives the ranks, yes context matters, yes anchor text matters, traffic coming from the backlik is absolutelly irrelevant.



                Who says it makes no sense? if you embed the image to your site and you make a proper backlink profile you can rank it for sure, I am never talking about getting a backlink from the google page, that you imply that is a wrong assumption from your part
                Bro, I have sites ranking for terms you would only dream of. I have a 3,600 exact match keyword volume ranking #1 (and its a yelp review page national keyword) which is a PR1 that outranks a PR6. Highest PR link to the page is a PR2. PR is not what it used to be... Glad you mention NYC because I have an attorney, surgeon, and 2 others in the medical field that have been ranking #1 for the last 3 years.

                See, people like you are what gives SEOs a bad name, because you probably think panda was about weak content, or content farms when in reality it was about inner page rank distribution effecting SERPs. SEO has shifted from off page to on page. Its more important to provide better user experience and an overall marketing approach off page to generate traffic than it is to build garbage links that bring you no traffic.

                Toolbar PR, which is all you can measure by now is irrelevant. Last update was almost 9 months ago anyway... rumor has it, Google is doing away with the PR updates on the public end. Google's inner trust rank is much more important than PR is or ever will be.

                We're in the era of big data, if you think that if a backlink you acquire doesn't matter if it generates traffic or not then you are clueless to what SEO really is.... hint... its not just about search rankings.
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                • Profile picture of the author patadeperro
                  Originally Posted by iAmNameLess View Post

                  Bro, I have sites ranking for terms you would only dream of. I have a 3,600 exact match keyword volume ranking #1 (and its a yelp review page national keyword) which is a PR1 that outranks a PR6. Highest PR link to the page is a PR2. PR is not what it used to be... Glad you mention NYC because I have an attorney, surgeon, and 2 others in the medical field that have been ranking #1 for the last 3 years.
                  You are barking at the wrong three, but I can see why 3600 exact match is a lot for you, I can see we play in different leagues, so I understand where you are comming from

                  Originally Posted by iAmNameLess View Post

                  See, people like you are what gives SEOs a bad name, because you probably think panda was about weak content, or content farms when in reality it was about inner page rank distribution effecting SERPs. SEO has shifted from off page to on page. Its more important to provide better user experience and an overall marketing approach off page to generate traffic than it is to build garbage links that bring you no traffic.
                  No, people like you give a bad rep to SEO thinking 3600 exact match is a lot and just repeating what they have been hearing all along without probing their words, talk is cheap, I talk based on experience and hands on approach to SEO,

                  Originally Posted by iAmNameLess View Post

                  Toolbar PR, which is all you can measure by now is irrelevant. Last update was almost 9 months ago anyway... rumor has it, Google is doing away with the PR updates on the public end. Google's inner trust rank is much more important than PR is or ever will be.

                  We're in the era of big data, if you think that if a backlink you acquire doesn't matter if it generates traffic or not then you are clueless to what SEO really is.... hint... its not just about search rankings.
                  You are confusing here everything, just because PR is not public it does not mean it is not used internally, and the basic structure of the net is about backlinks, does social count? yes, does the on page factors count? yes, but dont pull it as fat as to say that ranking depends if your backlinks have traffic or not, that is pure stupidity, and here is proof of my traffic, even in my bad days I am pullin more traffic than you on your best ones.

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  • Looks cool. Here is an option: If you have Firefox, get the Fireshot plug-in (thanks to Alex Cohen for that lead). It will print the whole page (to jpg or png), not just what is visible. You can then select the part you want, crop it and save it.
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  • Profile picture of the author patadeperro
    I made a little test with imgur and here is it:

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  • Profile picture of the author internetmonkey
    Very cool, thanks for sharing. A great tool to give to assistant and have them recreate it as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rus Sells
    Ok guys, it's enough bickering, you've hijacked this thread from the original topic.
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  • Profile picture of the author Samuel Adams
    Is there a feature on the infographic maker where you can insert your own image? That might help make it different than the many others that are sure to be created on this app.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jason Kanigan
    Well this is interesting and thanks for the heads up.

    As for the infographic, it is bland and butt-ugly. It looks like ios7's kindergarten-style "flat" design, which I despise. More color is needed. And worst of all it is faaaaar too long.

    Neil Patel advises that infographics should be limited to SIX key facts, and I agree. Your readership has a limited attention span and does not care to scroll and scroll and scroll through 14 or more factoids. It should fit on one page and perhaps be clickable to expand to two.
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    • Profile picture of the author patadeperro
      Originally Posted by Jason Kanigan View Post

      Neil Patel advises that infographics should be limited to SIX key facts, and I agree. Your readership has a limited attention span and does not care to scroll and scroll and scroll through 14 or more factoids. It should fit on one page and perhaps be clickable to expand to two.
      You can chose how many you can add, I was simply playing around with the new tool but I think it would be interesting that some of you go to the tools and see the limits and test it so we can enrich the experience, this was just a first attemp to see what the tool was capable of doing.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rus Sells
    I have to agree with Jason here. I do thank the OP for the share but this is failboat when it comes to effective info graphics.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mkeating3
    Whoa! Thanks for sharing this info. I had no idea you could do this in Google. I'm stoked!

    For those who creating infographics to drive links and traffic, I created this awesome tool to generate embed codes. I also give away the files for free if you want to add it to your own website.

    Check it out here:
    -> Free Infographic Embed Code Generator - Share Your Infographic Today!

    I hope this is helpful

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