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So Your First Infographic Was a Success, What's Next?

SO YOUR FIRST INFOGRAPHIC WAS A SUCCESS, What's Next? One thing to do after making a viral infographic is .. to make more infographics. Repeat your success by making a sequel from the first infographic you made. FIND MORE STORIES TO CREATE AN INFOGRAPHIC WITH Pour the ideas in your mind If you can't come up with anything, do some browsing and reading to find a fresh idea. Wow! There's a chemical substance called opioids in our brain every time we have a new experience. Our experience triggers our brain's reaction, just like watching a movie for the 2nd time and so - It gives us the WOW. been there, done that. Make hot topics as your basic material Most people are like-minded. According to MIT's researchers, each positive reviews will trigger another 32 positive reviews. TIPS People likes celebrities. When many people like your work, there's a big chance they will like whatever comes next. This happens to most of the famous celebs nowadays. ED 1989 Jurn it into a series of infographics I If you made a successful infographic about interesting ilı facts about pancakes, make similar ones. Take for example: 10 facts you didn't know about doughnuts. Keep the story simple 9,8 3 Making information complicated is like making people memorize next digits of Pi which is 3.14159265359; they won't even bother reading it. TIPS MAY I HAVE A LARGE CONTAINER OF COFFEE RIGHT NOW? 3 If your potential readers want to remember Pi, you should tell them steps to remember Pi digits instead of shoving a row of numbers up their brains. Example: numbers of letters in each word in this phrase represents Pi “May I have a large container of coffee right now?". Retrace your thought path when you were making your first infographic why should they Remember why people like your infographic in the first place. Instead of thinking "why should they" think of it as "why do they". WHY DO THEY Ask your audience for the reasons they like your infographic. To aid you rememberir path, make a visual memory of the situation. For example where you were sitting, what was next to you etc. Studies have proven that visual memory has 83% accuracy. your TIPS ENGAGE YOUR READERS SO THEY CAN PITCH IN Fulfill your customers' pillars of delight Otherwise, you might be losing customers to your competitors. In average, 48% of customers who had a negative experience told 10 or more people. Get the some readers to talk to you Ask them what they need for the next one and why they like your first infographic. However, don't expect too much since not every reader know what they want. Your readers' demand are different Find out which group of demand is the strongest. Make the strongest demand a priority in making your next infographic. Focus on people, not personas You aim to get as many traffic as possible from infographics, right? Amateur fishers can catch fish once in awhile with luck, while professional ones understand where fishes live and what they need to do to catch many fishes. Same goes for infographic artists, the pros know what to do to ensure clicks, backlinks and up-votes. GET UNIQUE DATA FOR YOUR WEBSITE (intel) ID One is good. One can't possibly be the best at everything. Pick one field you specialize in, be the best in it. One good example is Intel, they focus on developing the quality of their product quality especially computer processors. Their position at number one can hardly be shaken. Don't be afraid to differ from others. You never fail until you actually tried, right? If your ideas did not work, try the crazier ones. Take Lady Gaga and Miley Cyrus for example. Be inspired, but don't copy others. Remember, people don't like cheapskate copy cats. Put in new features and take out old, less-used features. Take Instagram for an example, it is - in a glimpse - a clone of flickr but they improve what flickr doesn't have like hashtagging and now, posting videos. The company is now worth billions of dollars. Keep your works from being plagiarized. Your works don't matter if someone else takes credit for them. To prevent people from claiming your handy work, in this case infographics; use a style or signature to 'mark' your works. Either leave your name or your company name somewhere in the infographics, or make a truly distinguishable infographics. There are many painters who have their own distinguishable style of paintings e.g Picasso and Van Gogh. Milkwhale is an infographic design agency dedicated to create high quality infographic that turns your complex and hard to understand data into easy-to-decipher graphic milkwhale representation that tells a story and helps you levitate yourself and your company PRESENTED BY above the crowd. SOURCES http://piktochart.com/how-to-pick-the-topic-for-your-infographic/ https://blog.bufferapp.com/novelty-and-the-brain-how-to-learn-more-and-improve-your-memory https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/open-gently/201212/why-people-get-bored https://www.quicksprout.com/2015/02/20/the-ultimate-guide-to-hashtags/ http://www.marketingpilgrim.com/2013/08/breaking-news-people-tend-to-like-what-other-people-like.html https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/happiness-in-world/200911/eight-ways-remember-anything http://www.pnas.org/content/106/14/6008.full http://greatist.com/happiness/34-ways-bust-bad-mood-ten-minutes http://thinkshout.com/blog/2014/04/desire-paths/ http://www.smallfuel.com/blog/entry/how-to-attract-customers-with-a-unique-market-position/ http://torquemag.io/avoid-plagiarism-blog-website/ http://www.talkingnewmedia.com/2015/07/08/maz-infographic-shows-reader-preference-for-tablets-growth-in-total-digital-m agazine-views/

So Your First Infographic Was a Success, What's Next?

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One thing to do after making a viral infographic is to make more infographic. Repeat your success by making a sequel from the first one

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