Increase Your Online Reach With These Stock Photo Resources
Monday Tips is a short list of the best finds across the internet to start your week off right.
Today I have some infographics resources to help you improve your visual marketing strategy online. Here’s four links with tips and tricks to kick start your Monday.
Visual content is a big hit when it comes to attracting an online audience. Not only does this improve your engagement on your blog and in your social networks, but also generates shares. You don’t need to take a lot of time designing the right infographic for your niche. By using these low-cost and free resources you can create great visuals from your blog posts that stands out and attracts an audience. Would you like to get started on visual marketing? Take advantage of these great resources, and let me know how these work for you!
1) Free professional design – Venngage
Improve your content with professional quality infographics. Venngage, which includes both free and paid templates, allows marketers to customize reports, graphs, tutorials, ect. from several different categories depending on your topic. Easily add charts, icons, graphics and more with this handy tool.
2) High quality presentations, infographics and more – Visme
If you need to create great display content online, but don’t have a big budget then you will love this tool. Visme provides an all-in-one place to go to for infographics, presentations, animated videos, product demos, and banners just to name a few. Start the process from one of their many professional templates or from scratch with your own designs. Share projects with your team, which can be made either public or private. Their software includes hundreds of different fonts, graphics, videos, and icons to choose from.
3) Create a visual resume – Visualize.me
If would like to stand out to employers and prospects consider making your resume visual. Visualize.me has made available categorized templates to choose from to customize your work history and experience. Sign up is with LinkedIn or your email, and infographics can include maps, timelines, bubbles charts, and treemaps, which can be saved as a .png or .pdf file.
4) High quality infographics – Easel.ly
Would you like to access professional graphics for free? Easel.ly includes hundreds of templates that have been used by over 900,000 users. A pro version is also available for additional options, but the no-cost templates will help you get started right away on creating a beautiful image for your online marketing.
Hopefully you will find these infographics resources useful to your visual marketing strategy. Are there any that you would like to add as well?
Originally posted 2015-11-10 12:31:13.