I am not interested in viewing your infographic. Please stop asking.
Look, I get it. You want more backlinks. But I cannot think of a worse way to get one than to continually bother another website owner to feature a poorly made infographic that is not at all relevant to their own site's material.
Maybe people have success with this kind of outreach and I'm just being rude here, but I get about a dozen requests to feature an infographic on my site each month, and not once have I even remotely considered it.
- There's absolutely no benefit to me. It's not going to help my site in any way. A cheaply made cartoon displaying some generic information isn't going to generate any traffic for me. In fact, it's only going to drive people away from my site.
- I have literally never featured an infographic on my site ever. Sure there is a first time for everything, but your infographic on the languages of Star Wars (an actual request I received) or how much it costs to take an Uber is not where I'm starting.
- My readers have never once expressed interest in infographics. They certainly aren't going to "love" an infographic on the dangers of Bangladeshi click farms. Nor are they going to want to view an infographic on how important a server is to site speed and then "share it with everyone they know."
- It shows how little time you invested my site. All it takes is 2 minutes clicking around my site to see this is not something I would be interested in. If you want a feature, take a different approach and please do not address me as "Hey There," "Dear Editor," or "Salutations Webmaster."
- And stop asking if I want to view it first. Just send the damn thing over. If you're wondering if I'm going to feature it either way, the answer is still no. Also, if I haven't responded to your first 3 emails, you should probably take the hint and stop following up.
In fact, I created a handy little infographic to help you find out if I am interested in viewing or sharing your very own infographic: