In part II of the Get Seen, Get Traffic series I shared with you the “challenge yourself” concept to grow your audience. This is a fantastic way to grow your audience and a deep connection with them. But it’s scary. To build your confidence we’re going to be creative in a different way. Today, we’re going to look at the 10 days of Infographics concept to drive traffic back to your site.
Infographics are brilliant for presenting complex data or ideas in visual form. They’re easily shareable, and a good one will bring in a stream of traffic! They work on all social media platforms, and there’s one place you can publish and create a traffic loop – more on that later!
I’ve even created one on my Infographic Routine, this one took me 10 minutes to create as I already had my timeline, my template and my icons ready.
I’ve an infographic that’s been pinned over 100,000 times on Pinterest, and if you search for infographics there you will see lots of them generate traffic for their creators.
I did this in the summer of 2018. We’d had an unexpected death in the family, and I was struggling to write blog posts. I did manage to create some very good videos and publish 10 consecutive days of infographics. Initially, the videos performed the best gathering hundreds of views on Facebook and LinkedIn. Then the infographic magic kicked in, and their still generating traffic to this day! One particular infographic went viral on Pinterest and is sending hundreds of visitors every single day.
Once you’ve created your infographics, the next step is to share them.
And there you have it! Enjoy creating your infographics and the benefits of the traffic back to your website and social media pages.
Look out for the next article in the Get Seen, Get Traffic series.
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