If you have been following our series of tips of how to make your infographics powerful, you will know that it is easy to craft a great story and then turn your story into a visually captivating infographic!
After you have exported the Piktochart into an image, what’s next? You might notice that most people tend to embed infographics in their websites. Let us share some quick things you can get done within 5 minutes to try to get your infographic noticed even faster:
- Post in on Facebook and 2-3 selected Facebook fan pages that would be interested in your Piktochart. Note that it’s not the quantity of fans that matter but how targeted these people are for you. It’s like pitching a dolphin story to Hello magazine.
- Do the same for Twitter and Pinterest boards. You will be surprised at how well Pinterest works for curated boards.
- Issue a press release using an infographic. If you have a product launch/new release or update, it can be great for you to try out services from Newswire etc. We have tried it, but please do this selectively! If you bombard the submission directories more than once a month, its effectiveness gets reduced.
- Please ensure that your logo is posted at the bottom of the infographic together with reasons of why they should contact you.
- On the web page where you have embedded the infographic, invite friends/business acquaintances or send an email out to your circle (white-listed subscribers only) to tell them about the new infographic that you have created and encourage them to comment on it. You will be surprised at how much engagement and conversation gets generated within one infographic.
That’s all from us today, we hope to hear more details of how you have marketed your infographic. Up next, 3 things you did not know Piktochart can do