Monday, September 10, 2012

Infographics - Clever Clever Marketing

Several times teach week I get an email that reads like this:
Hey John,

I recently developed another infographic that could be a good fit for your site. I just wanted to reach out and share.  It highlights and illustrates how harsh the job market and soaring tuition cost is making it hard for college students upon graduation

You can check it out here:

Title: Graduated and Living at Home
Let me know what you think,  I would love for you to publish it if you find it suitable for your site.

Basically, under the guise of a clever infographic, these spammers marketers send out thousands or tens of thousands or maybe millions of personal sounding letters to site owners trying to get some tiny percentage of them to put up their infographic which is, 0f course, marketing for their products and sites. It seem sto work pretty well. I think I'll create my own!.

For instance, would you be interested in posting on your site an infographic that'll help your site visitors understand the process of learning to read. Here's an infographic on learning to read.


1 comment:

Sage said...

Starting building your site by posting infographics is the best way to promote your products or services. Actually, infographics are composed of photos and a list of words that best describe the product you are selling. The data visualization makes it easy to understand what the product is all about. I suggest that before undergoing different product marketing, better use infographics first to get more sympathy from the customers.

Sage Aumick