4 great sites to help you develop an Infographic

Have you seen the growth in Infographics, in simple form a way to share statistics in a visual format. With new social sites like Pinterest they are getting more and more popular.

I think they can suit any business, all you need to think about is the type of information your target market are looking for, find the stats to build a case and develop a conclusion.

Any business has statistics to share, and infographics are shared more and will improve traffic to your Blog.

A few things to consider to develop your graphic:

  • Inforpahics come in different designs, from flow charts, pie charts maps etc, what type will suit your information. Perhaps look at a range of examples.
  • Don’t try to add to much information in one graphic, have one message you want to relay to one target market.
  • It suits any business.
  • Include your URL so people know who developed the infographic.

Here are just 4 sites that can assist you with developing your infographic:

  1. fluxvfx This allows you to create video infographics from as little as $25.00
  2. Visual.ly relatively new, you can add your own data or use their data, you can create an infographic for free.
  3. “Infogr.am’s product is gunning to be a kind of Adobe Illustrator for online, allowing anyone to create cool info-graphics.”  Looks like a easy to use tool to create free interactive charts and infographics.
  4. Vizify’s TweetSheet showcases revealing details from your tweetstream, including: top followers, geographic impact, most-retweeted posts, and more. Fun and easy

And remember to share it with us when its done.

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About Helen Tonetti

Internet and Marketing fantatic. We help you develop and implement Social Media into your marketing activity. Done in stages we develop a clear strategy for you, build the accounts, add content and followers, before training your team to take over and manage the process. Marketing Director of Video Expression, we develop on-line marketing and sales video channels that get results.

Posted on May 31, 2012, in 100 top tips and Social Media Tools, Infographics and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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