Cool Infographics!

What are infographics?

The dictionary definition of an infographic is:
a visual image such as a chart or diagram used to represent information or data.

Infographics are fun and educational

They are a great way to communicate your message visually in a way that’s fun and can be quick to understand.  While infographics have become a lot more sophisticated recently in terms of presentation, the best ones always seem to work on the KISS principle of “keeping it simple”.

I will update this page from time to time and add new infographics, though probably not as often as I should, but to see more why not pop over to take a look at my Pinterest account. Here, and across Pinterest, you’ll find an amazing range of graphics, videos, photos and information in a visual form – it’s also so much easier to keep up to date.

Pinterest is not just for consumer goods and recipes – there’s a fantastic amount of useful B2B information too!

How to create infographics

There are some great resources around to create your own infographics – try these just for a start:




12 Secret Facebook Features Every Marketer Should Be Using

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With thanks to HubSpot for this graphic. Twitter Conversion Data HubSpot
This will probably be out of date soon at the rate that Facebook changes things but it may be useful to you for a short while!

Facebook Cheat Sheet: Image Size and Dimensions UPDATED! [ Source TechWyse Internet Marketing ]

How to Structure a Perfect LinkedIn Profile
Courtesy of: Quick Sprout
Courtesy of: Mainstreethost
Facebook for Business Infographic
Courtesy of: VerticalResponse

Social Media and the law Social Media and the Law Infographic – An infographic by the team at Cartwright King

Linkedin Infographics Via: PowerFormula for Linkedin Success Are Teenagers Abandoning Facebook? Infographics Social Media Intelligence via Right Mix Marketing

I know these are based on the USA but the UK is showing identical trends so I believe it’s very relevant!

Infographic on How Much Time You Spend on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr

Infographics on Social Networking Users