The Ultimate Guide to Marketing with Infographics (with PDF)

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The Ultimate Guide to Marketing with Infographics

Guess what folks, today is going to be all about showing you how to market using infographics, by using infographics to show you how. Fun!

Infographics are awesome. Why? A couple of reasons. Some people love them and some people hate them. While it’s fun to debate, it’s hard to argue that a well executed infographic isn’t more enjoyable as a learning tool compared to dull monotonous copy. They can also do wonders for your marketing.

The thing is, many marketers don’t know how to get the best out of infographics and reap the benefits available. The primary benefits being the generation of inbound links and making your posts incredibly sharable.

Over the next 5 days we’ll be doing an infographic deep dive.

  • Day One: Today we’ll learn 12 ways to market an infographic including;
    • Building your own
      1. Create content that people actually want
      2. Infographic research
      3. If you find data, add it – otherwise just make something epic
      4. Infographic Design & Data Visualization
      5. Add an embed code to let others re-post it
      6. Making your Infographic go Viral
      7. Using your network
    • Borrowing one from someone else
      1. Finding Infographics
      2. Adding value
      3. What’s the proper etiquette for re-using others work?
    • Things you should do for all infographic posts
      1. Add Pin It buttons
      2. Tweetables: Set up important and entertaining stats formatted as Tweets
  • Days Two-Five: Then for the next 4 days we’ll share a new infographic each day and use the techniques described below to make them as effective as possible.

Download the 12-step guide as a PDF
If you like it, please share on Twitter of Facebook as a thank you – hope you enjoy.
The Ultimate Guide to Marketing with Infographics (pdf)

Building Your Own Infographic

This is the ideal method, but it’s not always possible (time, money, design talent), but if you can make them yourself, then it’s way better. Here are a bunch of tactics for how to do it right, and later on we’ll talk about the alternatives.

1. Create content that people actually want

The graphic below (let the fighting begin about whether it’s an infographic or not – #NoData) describes the types of content you should aim to include on your infographics to make them effective.

Use this as a checklist when collecting and researching the content for your infographic. (Image source)


Key Lessons

#1 – Bucket Lists!!! Read “50 Things Every Marketer Should Do Before They Die
#5 – It’s good to have a stash of the fundamentals
#10 – Makes it more sharable
#11 – This one isn’t so much an infographic thing, but a good lesson – usually accomplished through the use of an emotional video as part of your post – perfect for charities
#12 – Perfect for generating buzz – breaking news etc.
#17 – Great for settling arguments in the pub :)
#18 – This is a great way to create debate in the comments and engage with your community.
#19 – This is my personal approach as a starting point. If people enjoy what they’re reading they are much more likely to read the whole thing and learn something – and then hopefully share it.

2. Infographic research

Repeat after me: DATA, DATA, DATA… (Warning I’m going to counter argue this point in a little bit).

There’s no point in being pretty if you’re not useful (some playboys might argue with me there), an infographic really needs to be both. It should be eye-catching and use content that makes people want to look at the whole thing. Some have so much information crowded into them that they’re not enjoyable. Design (which we’ll get to later) is critical, remember simple rules of whitespace, bold typography, color palette and readability.

The research is where you make it relevant to your target audience. The best infographic about the decline of the quality and strikeability (is that a word?) of matches would be bugger all use to all but the freakiest of pyromaniacs, no matter how beautiful it looks, so the first thing you need to do is think about statistics. For the record, I think old school sandpaper matchboxes were waaaaay better in the 80s. And so was the music.

How to research infographic data

This is actually quite a hard part depending on your industry. Often you’ll need access to a research company account (which can be pricey). Pew Internet have a wealth of resources – and of course their own infographics to illustrate them :) And surprisingly, most if not all of it, is completely free – so this is a great place to start if you can find something relevant to your target market.

To find other sources of information (aside from Google which be tougher to use for new data) – look at almost any modern infographic and you’ll see in tiny text at the bottom where the data sources were – use this as a kick-off point on your search for useful data.

This is a good example of the bottom of an infographic that shows where the data came from. (Image source)

This article on the “5 Rules of Researching Infographics” is a great reference for ways to find verifiable sources and how to attribute correctly.

3. If you find great data, add it – otherwise just make something epic

These are stats – none of your mamby pamby qualitative research will cut it with me (I have a PHD) #pfft (Image source)

I love this one. I’ve argued my ass off about this.

People seem to get super pissy with you that it’s not a real infographic if it doesn’t have giant % characters or pie charts on it. Here’s my quick take – information doesn’t need to be purely numerical. So a graphic with information on it is an infographic whether or not it’s statistical or not – I really don’t care. If you can find data, great, add it – but don’t let it’s absence stop you from creating your (info)graphic.

Remember, pretty and useful :)

As an example, the N00B Guide has been shared over 200,000 times over different networks and mediums (starting it’s life as a guest post on SEOmoz. As I said before – go big and make it EPIC if you’re going to make an infographic.

The Datagraphic

That’s my new name for a graphic with data on it btw. You’ll have found this data in the research phase earlier. But how do you use it? Well people are very visual so adding the following will really help your ‘Datagraphic’ go a long way:

  • Pie charts
  • Line & bar graphs
  • Big stats with % next to them
  • Tweetable factoids containing key stats and quotes
  • Newness – make it topical
  • Originality – in your research phase, pay careful attention to what’s already been done. This is analogous to submitting an article to a blog or magazine and making sure you’re not submitting something that’s been covered before, or recently

4. Infographic Design & Data Visualization

Not everyone’s a rockstar designer – or knows how to create infographics which tend to have a very particular visual style, in which case you should read this book by Julie Steele on Data Visualization. So if you or someone on your team can’t do it, don’t be afraid to outsource it to a company or a freelancer that specializes in infographic design.

A couple of resources I find useful are:

If you are going to brave the waters and design your own, then you should read this post about The Do’s & Don’ts of Infographic Design first.

You can also learn some of the basics of infographic design from the infographic below. Man! How many times can you use the word infographic in a sentence?

This infographic covers some of the basics of what should be in your design. (Image source)

5. Add an embed code to let others re-post it

Okay, now really pay attention: If you want your infographic post to spread, you need to let people know it’s okay to do so. Copyblogger wrote a good post about attribution for infographics (and giving credit where credit is due). What you want to do is let people know (and feel comfortable) that they can re-purpose your content on their own blog. the best way is to include embed code beneath the infographic that lets someone drop a simple block of ready-made Javascript onto their blog.

The code should be set up to show the infographic from your server and have a link beneath attributing it to you with a link back to your original post.

Here’s an example:

You can embed this infographic on your blog



Notice how it links back to the original graphic/post and also includes a byline that includes a link to your website (link building 101). To make it even easier, I included some Javascript to auto-select the code when it’s clicked – to make it easier to copy and paste.

SEOmoz had an interesting post that shows a widget that creates the embed code for you.

6. Making your Infographic go Viral

A post I found makes a few good points about making your infographic go viral.

One of the things I liked was the list of directories that you can use to extend the reach of your work of art (or hideous attack on the senses). Adding Pinterest to the list too as it wasn’t on the original and should be. You’ll see a few of these later as you can use them both as a resource for finding ones to borrow, and also as places to house your own work.

Another good takeaway is having a plan – it’s really important with social media to have a well laid out plan, so that you can coordinate between different networks at optimum times. There are better times to tweet, and to get more clicks on Twitter, your target market might be on the other side of the world, yada yada. You get it.

Schedule your promotional activities around your potential (or existing) customers and the times when they are more likely to engage. Read The science of social timing – and yes, it’s an infographic.

Building the mechanics for virality

Click the image to read how to do this

Finally, if you really want to make something go viral – make it EPIC! Then wrap it up with a blog post in a PDF and put together a landing page to offer it up in exchange for a tweet. This case study on “How I Created a Viral Ebook Landing Page – Using ThemeForest, PayWithATweet, KISSinsights and Unbounce” explains the entire process.

7. Using Your network

After spending a lot of money or time to create your masterpiece, now is the time to call in favors and mobilize your network. How? email all the big hitters in your email list and ask them for a favor.

This is how I would ask for a favor

Subject: “[Quick Favor] Could you share this post re: xxxxxxxx for me?”
Then provide them with a brief explanation as to what it is you would like them to share, and provide some tweetables (discussed later) ready and waiting for them so you’re not wasting their time (we’re all busy).

Tip: Remember to add that they can always hit you back up for the same, where you’ll share for them when they need it (they’ll appreciate it and it’s only fair). This helps foster relationships and build a stronger social network with your influencers.

Using other people’s infographics

People want backlinks – that’s why they create infographics in the first place. So this method of marketing serves two purposes; It gives you a content base to build a post from (awesome, quick and easy) and it gives some love back to the creator of the original work. #WinWin.

8. Finding Infographics

If you’re going to follow the route of using other’s work with your annotated opinion (curation basically) – then here are a bunch of great places to find inspiration:

Sharing the love: Don’t forget to tweet at the person/company you borrow content from and link to them in your post as a thank you.

How to Use Them

Most infographics have an embed code to encourage others to use them on their blogs. So grab these and add them to a post. You can still make successful content by utilizing someone else’s content as your base – just make sure that you add new value to it to make it even more useful.

Extrapolating some information to re-write as text is important to extend the original thought of the graphic (build on the ideas of others – #ThanksIdeo) – which also helps SEO as you’ll have text in your post, this way you’re creating new content – from someone else’s idea. Think of it like a remix.

There are two main ways to add value to someone else’s infographic – Have a great intro and add tweetable facts at the end of the post.

9. Adding value

Remember, it’s not just about the infographic. You still need to capture peoples attention to the extent where they’ll understand what it’s about and why you are blogging about it.

I find it effective to pick a choice nugget of wisdom from the infographic and kick things off with a deeper explanation to pique the readers curiosity. As an example, I recently shared an infographic checklist (who doesn’t like a checklist? #ShopMuch), that built on the essence of what was a very high level graphic by adding some opinion and substance.

Note how there is a general ‘Pin It’ (Pinterest) button at the top-left that will pin the first image automatically – but that I also included manually created separate Pin It buttons for the infographic which almost doubled the sharing on that network. We’ll talk more about Pinterest later.

Reminder: How to Add Value

  • Adding some original thought
  • Spark conversation by either critiquing it or using it as inspiration for another discussion – Eric Wittlake does this well in The Most Dangerous Opinion in Marketing: Yours
  • Include others: Do a round-up of infographics on a given subject

10. What’s the proper etiquette for re-using others work?

BIG point here. If you’re going to use the content of others you need to remember to do all of these things:

  1. Ensure you link the graphic back to their original post – a simple courtesy but also gives your readers the option to see a bigger version
  2. Thank them on Twitter (and other networks when you spread the word)
  3. Include a text link (with nice anchor text for SEO love) below the image to the original post or their homepage – although their embed code may already include this – add it if it doesn’t

Things You Should Do For all Infographics

Regardless of whether you designed your own infographic or sourced one from elsewhere, there are certain things you should always do to ensure they get the attention they deserve. Here are some examples:

11. Add Pin It buttons

Would you kindly pin me please? (Image source)

If you have great imagery in your posts, then you need to let people share your imagery there. I’ll keep this dead simple, here is a list of things you should do:

Important Note
If you Pinterest Pin It buttons cause Outlook to crash or freeze, so wait until your RSS email subscribers get the post delivered to their inbox (in Feedburner for example you have a 2hr time slot set) – and then ad the Pin It buttons after that.

  • Go to http://pinterest.com/about/goodies/, scroll to the bottom and manually create Pin It buttons and place them above and below the great infographics in your post (you will have seen examples above).
  • Make the pin’s description text as CTA’ish as possible and include a shortened link to your post – The pin itself will already be linked, but this adds a little extra persuasive element for people to share and click.
  • If you use a Pinterest plugin (like the one top-left on this post) – note that it will only pin the first image it finds on the page, so get used to adding strong imagery to the top of every post for a higher likelihood of it being pinned.
  • For maximum pinnability, you’ll want to make your images as interesting/unusual/original/funny as possible. Consider adding a caption directly on the image to make people want to share/remember it.

12. Tweetables: Set up important and entertaining stats formatted as Tweets

Marketing Infographics Tweetables
An example of the tweetables you should add to the end of every infographic you post.

One of the most important things you can do to increase the reach of your post is to extract the most meaningful, quotable or funny quotes from the graphic and add them as Twitter-ready text descriptions below the post. Each should be accompanied by a » Tweet This « CTA to make it really easy to share the information. For a great example, check out this post (and scroll to below the infographic for examples) – Facebook vs. LinkedIn – 10 B2B Marketing Resources [with Infographic].

This really encourages people to retweet your content in a more original and interesting way – they also get a whole set of tweets to pick from which stops them having to think (tapping side of my head – #smrt).

How? Use clicktotweet.com to create the tweetables. Easy peasy.

How to do it Right

This isn’t a guarantee, but try to find the very best tweetable fact and add it to the top of your list. Recently, we found a really funny one in an infographic we used that was really successful as a tweetable fact.

People are more likely to survive a plane crash than click a banner ad
[ tweet this ]

Irresistable…


If you have created any original infographic posts – share them in the comments below. If they have tweetables, you just might find us sharing them :)

Download the 12-step guide as a PDF
If you like it, please share on Twitter of Facebook as a thank you – hope you enjoy.
The Ultimate Guide to Marketing with Infographics (pdf)

Written by – Oli Gardner and very well edited by Georgiana Laudi

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Co-Founder of Unbounce. Oli has seen more landing pages than anyone on the planet. He is an opinionated writer and international speaker on Conversion Centered Design. You should follow Oli on Twitter
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  2. iDream says:

    Another great post,

    I’ve been looking at creating infographics, but like you pointed out getting the data is one of the hardest parts.

    I’ll give that data resource a go, hopefully it will have enough to get me going.

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    Hi, Oli, just wanted to thank you for including Visual Loop on your list, really appreciate it!

    Keep up the great work!

    Best,

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  4. Kunle says:

    Great step by step guide – what do you think about the emergence of interactive flash & HTML5 infographics?
    Do you think they would gain traction?
    I find that information is communicated in a lot more context.

  5. Awesome guide. I’m going to start using Tweetables in my infographic posts. Thanks for this..

    One of my most successful infographics was about Writing Ebooks that Sell. It’s been pinned on Pinterest 92 times and has gotten over 2,500 views. Link: http://www.inboundpro.net/how-to-write-ebooks-that-sell

    I’ll be doing some more soon.. thanks again

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  10. Hi Oli,

    4 Things:

    1. Thanks so much for including my “21 Types Of Content We Crave” infographic – even if it’s techincally not one. ;) I really appreciate it and I’m glad you like it.

    2. Loved the “key lessons” you used to expand on my list. Your pub answer to #17 made me smile.

    3. I agree with and like your point #3. Only purists care (or even know) if it’s technically an infographic or not.

    4. One other point I’d add to your awesome guide is that someone creating an infographic should remember the old, but still important rule: titles matter! (Forgive me if you mentioned that and I missed it. I reread it twice and didn’t see it.)

    They should spend as much time as they can coming up with the best title that they can, so people will click and actually come and see their awesome infographic.

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  12. Brent says:

    Probably one of the better infographics guide I have read lately. I like the strategy about adding “Tweetable Facts” to the infographic post. Going to have to implement this on my next infographic post.

    One strategy I found a little underwhelming was the distribution of infographics. I found this list that allows you to submit your infographic to over 60 sites for free (well mostly) at http://bit.ly/LtFRe2

    • Oli Gardner says:

      Interesting one Brent – I might give that a try – although I have to say it’s a little scary not knowing in advance where they are going to go after you pay.

  13. I feel Infographic marketing has emerged as one of the most effective marketing techniques after Google Penguin update. The beauty of Infographic lies in its ability to offer complex things in a descriptive and visual manner.

    I think in upcoming few years it is going to gain huge traction and attention from seo community as it is more Penguin Proof.

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    This is the most exhaustive post on infographics I’ve seen so far, great work! It neatly explains almost all aspects of designing and promoting an infographic. I especially like how you described different approaches to creating content that is interesting to users, you can find that advice in many articles about infographics, but rarely someone gives any specifics, not to mention as many suggestions as you did. Anyway, an excelent learning material.

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  34. Marci Hansen says:

    I loved this article so much. We are following most of the steps. Here is my tweetable with link…and, thank you!:

    PleaseTweet:
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  35. Thank you for this extremely helpful article. It’s really improved the reach of our infographics. Here’s a tweetable and link to you newest infographic- College Students of 2012.

    PleaseTweet:
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  36. Wow, very cool article. It was very helpful for setting up a process to create and promote infographics for my clients!

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  40. Great post, thank you! Not sure I followed all the rules, but here are two infographics that I created from scratch using Piktochart. These were my first attempts and I have to say I loved every minute of creating them! Susan

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  41. User says:

    Oli,

    This is a timely post. Infographics are probably my favorite way to create link bait as they’re incredibly useful as well as excellent marketing tools to gain new clients, or at the very least, more traffic. I’m just hoping they don’t get overly commercialized and degrade in quality…

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  43. NetEpiphany says:

    Oli I love the ebook and plan to incorporated multiple items into my first infographic. I was especially rocked by the section on ‘Tweetables’. I’m really blown away by the way you have created tweets at the click of a button. The clicktotweet tip is really appreciated. I plan to incorporate this in every blog post also.

    You did an excellent job on the ebook and it is very well done. I want to point out one little over site you might want to fix. In the ‘Image Sources’, Crave is misspelled in the title ‘The 21 Types of Content we all carve’.

    Thanks again for the awesome content and I’ll let you know how the ideas worked for me!

  44. Amit Shaw says:

    One of the most quality article this one is. . .. Superb article.
    I am thinking to publish some infographics on my site and already published 2 infographichs and dint get much response.
    Thansk Stumbleupon that i found this article.

  45. Alex Nob says:

    Great, you present very detailed and step-by-step procedure of how to promote an infographic. In addition, you and the others can pay a visit to my site: http://infographicssubmit.com to see the list of over 100 Infographic galleries (where you can sumbit yours to). Thanks again for your post.

  46. Fintotal says:

    The idea of tweetables is excellent!! I have made an infographic and was looking for tips to promote it. then came across your article. Thanks a lot!
    This is an infographic on 11 Awesome tips to save money you never knew
    http://fintotalblog.blogspot.in/2013/02/tips-to-save-money-you-never-knew.html

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  49. Oli thanks for the very detailed step by step infographic guide.

  50. Thanks Oli this was really informative especially the viral marketing blog list. As a web designer I have no problems producing clean attractive infographs but actually gaining exposure has been my biggest hurdle. I submitted my infograph to visual.ly and managed to get a homepage placement which was a massive traffic boost.

  51. Hello Oli,
    It is really a informative post and going to help me a lot with my blog and website, hopefully i will get some good results after implementing your tricks,
    thanks for the post,
    Siddhant

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