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  1. Evan says:

    Promote your infographic through your Twitter account with #free #infographic hash tags. Include a shortened URL with a link to your infographic home. You should also post a link to your personal and business Facebook pages. We think it’s ok to re-post an infographic every few weeks.
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  2. Tom George says:

    Brilliant post Lilach! Thank you for mentioning us in the content curation websites section of the article. That was a pleasant surprise.
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  3. Hey Lilach,

    There is no denying that inforgraphic is the new trend to spread information in blog sites. It’s spares a lot of time on making contents and it’s more attractive and entertaining to have. The best part of creating an infographic is that, it summarizes your points which would make things more clearer at the same time, more fun to watch and learn. To be honest, I’ve been planning to join the trend in infographics and it’s a good thing that I read your post because I learned how to promote infographics with so many methods to use. I guess it’s the perfect timing to learn this new things so as to start my new infographic evolution.
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  5. Andi-Roo says:

    Great tips and I am bookmarking this for future reference. While I have yet to dive into the Infographic pool, this will be helpful should I decide to do so! :)
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  6. Thanks for this post Lilach! I will be using it as a guide each time I promote an infographic/content in general. I have found, however, that even though these are great steps to take, that there is really no substitute for outreaching to some key influencers in the niche relevant to the content. It takes a bit more research, and some definite effort, but it is well worth the extra few hours if you have created something worth while. (for anyone making the effort to get their content as wide-spread as possible, this may be a given, but I feel it is worth noting–stick to the fundamentals :-)

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  8. Lilach says:

    Hi John, many thanks for leaving a comment. I agree with you – the fundamentals are fundamentals for a reason! In this busy world, whenever you have to promote something you have to employ several methods, and it is definitely lots of hard work. Thanks for sharing this tip:)
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  9. Lavindra says:

    There is no denying that inforgraphic is that the new trend to unfold info in diary sites

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  11. Shruti says:

    Great post, I like how you differentiate between online and offline marketing methods and even more so considering online marketing is all people seem to care about these days. It’s a nice reminder to show that on top of managing social profiles, blogs and blog comments, we can also make an active impression at conferences, events and award ceremonies.
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  12. Elizabeth says:

    WoW this is great info. I will be looking into some of the resources you listed. I have been contemplating the creation of some infographics for my business for a while now. Thank you for the information.
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  13. Love your post, I shared it to my Facebook page so I will have it. Wonderful summation. Love the reference to a potato. So many wonderful resources. Would love to reblog for you.

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  18. Fab post. You told us a great method. Thanks for share.

  19. Daniel says:

    Amazing guide how to promote infographics. However, the most important condition for every successfull infographic promotion is the quality of the infographic. So, do not underestimate the power of the eye-catching infographic which is not money savvy.

    • Lilach says:

      Hi Daniel, thanks so much for your comment:) I completely agree with you – at the end of the day, if you’re info graphic is not good enough no amount of promotion will get you the results you’re looking for!

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