In present days, the Internet is abuzz with an astonishing amount of digital contents. Such is the magnitude of the online content abundance that it is nearly impossible to get a grip on/keep pace with. Now here is one simple fact by digitalbuzzblog.com that will help to get a proper hold of the opulence of regular online contents: Everyday roughly 250 million photos are uploaded to Facebook, around 2 million blog posts are published, and nearly 864,000 hours of videos are uploaded on YouTube.
This profusion of digital contents has made it hardcore tough for a particular content stream to stand out in the bunch. So consequently, content marketers have to resort to innovative ways and creative strategies to make their content edge out the stiffer competition, at the same time delivering the proper message to the target audiences effectively.
Visual content has come as the savior due to the perceptive fluidity and data processing swiftness attributed to visual contents, making the appeal of this specific kind of content massive. And of all the types of visual contents, for presenting complex data in a neat and presentable way, Infographics are the most eminent type of content which uses illustrations, data chunks and graphics design to serve the purpose. This thriving visual content type has garnered worldwide positive impression and experienced a rapid growth in use lately.
But this online proliferation of infographics has also multiplied the chances of such contents going submersed in anonymity. Unless you are packing your infographic content with some power elements, those are sure to be labelled and treated as generic and second-rate infographics, failing to gain expected attention and traction with your audience.
So, to leverage people’s shorter attention spans maximally, content marketers have ensure and maintain higher standards of quality in their infographic content.
Ref: Things You’re Doing Wrong With Infographics