The Power of Graphs and Infographics
Hey everyone, it has been a while since I have posted anything here.
Life got a bit crazy on me towards the end of September as I lost my primary job and really have just been hanging on for dear life, but I am trying to keep a positve attitude about it and currently searching for work.
But that isn't why I decided to write this blog post. I wanted to remind everyone of the power of having quality images, as well as graphs, or infographics on your websites.
While I was reviewing the backlinks to my website I noticed that I had gained some followed links to my website from a couple of websites with higher Domain Authority than mine. After taking a look at what was linking back to my website I found that these websites had embeded a couple of graphs that I had created on my website, and giving my website the credit for the graph.
We've all been told of how important it is to use images, graphs or infographics that are relevant to your website, and this shows how it could benefit you. I have been noticing a trickle of traffic being referred from sources I didn't know on my Analytics, and now I figured out that it was coming from this site that has my graph embeded on their website.
So if graphs or infographics are relevant to whatever niche you are in, you should definitely make some. It is quite an easy process using a tool like Canva. Those graphs took me 10 minutes tops to make, and it gained me 3 natural backlinks.
The great thing about graphs and infographics are people generally are more engaged when looking at things like that.
If you have never created a infographic ever, check out Jay's training, it is definitely a useful training.
That's all I have for now, hope everyone is having a great week!
P.S. Forgive me if there are run on sentences or grammar errors, it's late here, or I should say early. Haha