But an infographic.
Oh, an infographic. Infographics have something for everyone. Long or short, smart or funny (sometimes even both!), but always gorgeous to look at and giving you just enough information that you want to go back for more. And you only need a quick glance to know if they’re the one for you.
When 83% of learning occurs visually, it’s no surprise that infographics are becoming more and more popular in the content marketing sphere. They’re 30 times more likely to be read than a text article, and picture-based posts are 300 times more likely to be shared on social media.
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An infographic is like a really amazing first date.
Full of brilliant conversation, good-looking, engaging and something you want to tell all your mates about.
Of course, blog posts are still great. But they can get a bit stuffy, a bit … dull. Sometimes they’re not the most attractive of the bunch.
Whitepapers, well, they can be just a tad long, and they can go on a bit. You might need a break to call your friend or powder your nose.