Category: Marketing Infographics
The history of data and information visualization is both rich and fascinating. We have been trying to pass on our stories in a visual form since the first cave people learned how to draw on the walls of their humble homes. Learn more about the evolution of infographics in this infographic.
The following infographic offers an insight into what colors companies use most for logos and their meanings as well as looks at the logo evolution of famous brands. In addition, this graphic provides top tips from the experts on logo design.
Tradeshows provide companies the opportunity to promote their business and attract new clients. To successfully achieve these two goals you must know how to craft the ideal tradeshow booth. Hundreds of companies occupy the tradeshow floor; you must learn how to stand out. Use the following infographic to understand each component of an ideal tradeshow booth and get a better understanding of the anatomy of a successful booth.
Have you ever wondered what concerns most of the people who work in the creative business? With what kind of things they have to struggle? Do the CEOs, Art Directors, Producers and Account Managers have any special wishes or dreams waiting to be fulfilled?
Making autoresponders a part of your online communication strategy saves a huge amount of time and lets you better adapt your content to specific subscribers. Like the name says, autoresponders are sent automatically, usually in response to subscriber actions. Depending on the kind of business, content and target market, autoresponders can help in different ways. This infographic shows some of the many possibilities.
This infographic examines how people react to photos compared to information without attached photos. It also shows how visuals, especially photography can be used to enhance brand awareness for companies.
Search engine optimization is a constant changing landscape- much to the frustration (or thrill!) of SEO companies and inbound marketers alike! Moving through 2015, there are 5 main topics or areas which you should be paid attention to- some old, some new. This infographic looks at these in more detail.
Email is everywhere! We use it at work, we use it to communicate with friends and we use it send commercial messages. Even if you use email marketing on a daily basis, you should remember that if you’re not moving forward you are moving back. You should always look for new ways to improve your email marketing strategy.
This infographic illustrates the best promotional items to giveaway at a trade show, with statistics showing which items people prefer to receive, which are most popular, and how many people remember your brand after the trade show.
Most usability problems go unnoticed by the average web user, at least on a conscious level. Despite that, your site is very likely losing a lot of conversions simply because you are not implementing basic conversion optimization tips. The following action points may not fix every problem on your site, and some may not work at all, but by testing the usability tips below you can potentially help you make huge gains in your conversion rates.
When it comes to branding your company, a logo is one of the most powerful tools available. Logos create instant recognition, shape customers’ feelings about companies, and help businesses stand out. Done right, a logo represents the culture and style of your business, leaving potential customers with a well-crafted impression each time they see it.
This infographic by Neotericuk provides details concerning the dimensions of commonly used pictures in social media, such as the Facebook cover photos and the YouTube cover pictures. Knowing this information lets you create infographics in such a way that the images appear streamlined.
You don’t have to be a huge, well-known brand to make it on Instagram. The great thing about social media marketing for businesses is that relatively everyone has the same chance of gaining followers. However, having said that, getting your brand’s profile off the ground on a new social media channel can feel like an impossible task. Issa Asad has created a compelling infographic that explains how to do it in as little as 7 steps.
Surely you have all noticed that you better remember what you see than what you hear or read. But have you ever wondered why? Find out everything about power of visual data in this infographic created by NeoMam Studios.