Collages are a fun way to display visual data. There are several tools that you can try that will let you create all manner of styles. Check several of them out and see what you can create.
I know that you constantly hear about how visuals increase the engagement you have with your audience. The problem becomes what kind of images and where to find them.
Even though slideshows have been around a very long time, technology has made them relevant again. You are no longer stuck watching boring slides as the speaker drones on.
Just a few short years ago, recommending that you make your own logo would seem very ill-advised. People were used to high-powered professional logos created by advertising agencies for big bucks.
One of the biggest benefits of creating an infographic is that readers love the instant gratification.
Word clouds are a relatively new phenomenon and a great visual tool to help your readers see what your blog is about.
When it comes to talking about visuals you can use for your business, cartoons and memes are not usually the first two categories that springs to mind. But, because the web is competing for eyeballs, anything that is suitable and innovative can be used.
Sharing quotes is a great way to connect and engage with your audience. People learn more about you when you show them what is meaningful to you.
The advent of Big Data has increased everyone’s need to see data visually. In my book, “Data Visualizations for Dummies” written with my co-author Mico Yuk we discuss the ways in which you can make data more understandable by creating charts and graphs.
Because visuals have become such an important part of any content marketing plan, almost everyone needs to use an image editor at some point.