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Visualizing data is a great way for brands to get attention and earn credibility. They can transform your original surveys, user data, or third-party stats into something your audience wants to read.
Visuals attract viewers to your content as the research shows. But how do you know which format to pick or how to use it? Read on for nine illustrative examples.
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Data visualizations are some of the most-read content on The New York Times and The Washington Post. Spotify’s personalized data-informed subscriber emails get shared widely. Is your brand telling data-driven stories?
Searches for infographics are up exponentially. To take advantage of that growing interest, you first need a great idea. It doesn’t have to be hard. Follow one of these seven principles to give your infographic a solid foundation.
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Visual storytelling isn’t as hard as it was when cave people etched their narratives into rocks. But it does require a deliberate and thoughtful approach. See the five core elements come alive in these three examples.
Most people hold their smartphone or tablet vertically. When they view content, they usually keep it in the same mode. That’s why successful content marketers are paying attention to vertical content (Hint: It’s about more than IGTV).
Thanks to search engines, most of your content is evergreen. That’s why you should pick effective formats for your content without an expiration date. Read on and be inspired by the examples of brands doing evergreen content well.
Do you know how data visualization can transform your content – and make research more accessible to your audience? Let’s walk through the what, how, and why of dataviz for marketing, including key tips, tools, and helpful resources.
If your process for infographics is chaotic, content random, and design guidelines unclear, the final product is rarely engaging or effective. Create this one document following a few simple steps to map a clear road for better infographics.