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creating infographics but no success

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by Gaby, Aug 10, 2018.

  1. Gaby

    Gaby Regular Member

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    I have been creating infographics and have been trying to reach out to people with similar interest but with no success. Is there a way other than reaching out to them through mails?
     
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    WebXeros Solutions Regular Member

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    Write a persuasive lead – the lead is the opening sentence or paragraph. It’s what will compel people to learn more. You have to nail this like you would when writing a killer headline and first sentence. Test your leads on several different people. Experiment writing leads on Facebook. See what people respond to.

    Use a unique approach – while it’s tempting to look at other press releases to get an idea of how you should write your press release…don’t do it. There are too many press releases that follow a boring template. Break out of the mold and craft a hook that will pull people into your remarkable story.

    Make your infographic relevant – people who land on your press release through an online search will want you to fulfill the promise you made in your killer headline. Solve their problem…and make sure it is relevant and meaningful.

    Make your infographics embeddable – social sharing buttons on the page that hosts the infographic should be easy to see and use. Include a text area form element with the code that users can copy to embed the infographic (with a link back to your site) on their own websites or blogs.

    Submit your infographic to websites
    There are so many excellent Websites, blogs and archive sites devoted to infographics popping up that you can really get some traction simply by getting your infographic on some if not all.

    I hope this will help you.
     
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