Trending the diagrammatic charts right now is the all-new graphic representation of information known as an Infographic. An infographic is created solely with the intent of clearly understanding complex information. Don’t we like reading Archie or Tintin comic strips more than we enjoy reading serious topics on biochemistry or physics? What if these very baffling topics were visually represented with a riot of colors instead of just some mundane and unadorned wordings? Wouldn’t it be fascinating? Well, an Infographic is all about that – presenting information in a visually intriguing manner.
It’s a way in which a complicated subject matter is simplified into a more entertaining one. It makes even a boring topic appear engrossing, making it hard to ignore. It is visually compelling and contains the subject matter that is indeed informative just like the following report presentation.
It is rightly said, “It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it.” A reputation is a frank opinion that people have about you; it’s also a way in which you are perceived, good or bad. Don’t we feel slightly humiliated when our friends go ahead and post some awkward pictures on social media sites? Doesn’t it hurt the ego of the “Me brand?”
The same holds true for a company also. In fact, a reputation is one of the most influential things for any corporation. Can anyone deny the very basic fact that an exemplary reputation builds a strong brand for the company, attracting customers as well as top talents? Thanks to the Internet and social media, nowadays, customers read reviews of a company and its products before actually stepping out to buy it. Simply creating excellent products and spreading it out in multiple sale outlets won’t be of any help to your company if it has a poor online brand image.
We all want to appear on the first page of a search query, don’t we? We definitely crave to get the maximum organic traffic to our websites; however, to get more traffic, our webpage needs to rank higher in search engines. You must be wondering what search engines are! Well, search engines are software programs or scripts that search documents and files for keywords across the World Wide Web and return meaningful results containing those particular keywords. The search results with the keywords, known as search engine result pages (SERPs), can contain web pages, images, etc. The most popular search engines that are frequently used are Google, Yahoo! and Bing.