The main goal of an infographic is to give out information. An infographic that doesn’t convey anything meaningful is of no use. Infographics are the latest way to attract people. Curating the information to deliver in a concise infographic requires skill. In this post, you can take a look at how top brands used infographic smartly for effective marketing.
Being one of the top social media platforms, LinkedIn has understood the pulse of its audience and delivers it. LinkedIn’s balanced blogging infographic is still viewed by many and acquires the top position. You can learn how to provide value through your infographic.
Instagram posted an infographic on how big brands utilize Instagram. It gave out statistics and data. This was not only meant for followers but also for marketers who can make themselves better and know about their followers and strategize their post accordingly.
It’s a B2B post for father’s day on online retailing depicts how to think creatively and use the seasonal opportunities. The infographic was based on IBM’s business online. Using the right icons and colors made it more relatable to the brand.
Guinness a 200-year-old beer company often uses an infographic to market its beer to people. ‘Eventually, you get to Guinness’ infographic was liked by many people and has been sharing it like a poster. It is filled with information.
Digit posts content on financial management. Though, it is a very serious topic, its infographics are fun and humorous. It portrays real time difficulties and advantages of spending and saving money.