How to Create the Best Visual Content for Your Blog.
- Scientists have found that the human brain can process an image seen just for 13 milliseconds. (Source: Live Science)
- Your brain processes an image 60000 times faster than the text, and 90% of the information transmitted to the brain is visual. (Source: Thermopylae Sciences + Technology). What do you think about the brain of your readers? Yep, It applies to all human beings.
- After 3 days of hearing any information, people can remember 10% of it, but it may increase to 65 % if the information is paired with an appropriate image. (Source: Brain Rules). So, people have the extraordinary ability to remember the image/picture/graph.
- Visuals are 40x more likely to be shared on social media(Source: Louise Myers)
- About 65% of people are visual learners, aka spatial learners, meaning they need pictures and graphs to visualize. (Source: Inc)
- Content incorporated with relevant images gets 94 % more views than content without. (Source: Buffer)
- 70% of companies that invest in content marketing may include visual marketing strategies. (Source: Hubspot)
- Tweets with images gain 150% more retweets compared to tweets without images. (Source: Buffer)
- Web content containing relevant images gets 650% more engagement compared to only text content. (Source: Inc)
- Statistical data-based infographic
- Timeline infographic
- Image-based infographic
- Comparison infographic
- Flow Chart infographic.
- Act as a prompt attention-grabbing mechanism
- Establish your authority on the topic
- Boost organic traffic
- Improve engagement of the readers
- Gets more likes and shares
- Improve Brand Exposure.
How to create infographics?
- Write the message you want to deliver to your audience
- Collect and organize data & information
- Outline the infographic information
- Pick a good software and choose the right template
- Structure your infographic-(Title, subtitles, data, charts, images, icons, notes, citations, your brand name & logo, and CTA)
- Choose the Powerful Design- (colors contrast, font, size, and more).
Graphs and Charts
- Line Chart
- Smooth Line Chart
- Area Chart
- Pie Chart
- Bar Chart
- Multi-Column Bar Chart
- Stacked Bar Chart
- Scatter Plot Chart
- Bubble Chart
- Multi-Series Chart
- Sunburst Chart
- Waterfall Chart
- And so on