What Will You Get with the 24 Digital Marketing Infographics Package?
Why should Infographics be part of your marketing arsenal? And why start with this package of 24?
Would you rather read a long report or look at a single graphic with concise information that gets the point across really fast?
If you value your time, and want to understand complex issues fast, an Infographic is the fastest way to get informed.
We know what your readers want. They want to consume information as fast as possible. And they want it explained concisely without all the fluff.
And they’re no different from the top executives at major corporations.
It’s all about time. And the lack of it.
CEOs and major corporate executives have REQUIRED information in graphic format for years because they know they can get the information faster and retain it longer.
We are increasingly becoming a visual society. The trend that started 30 years ago is only picking up steam more and more as sales pages and blogs contain less and less text and more and more graphics.
Infographic use in the mass media today strategic and expected!
In about 1980, USA Today changed the newspaper business forever by focusing on graphically representing not just facts and data in graphics, but by creating informational graphics that told the story.
Nearly every newspaper in the country adapted to emulate them quickly. It was a sea change in the print news business, and I think it led to the changes we’ve seen in graphics in television news as well.
Infographics had been around a long time, but no one had taken them to the mass audience like USA Today did.
Marketers quickly grabbed Infographics as a way to present complex information quickly and simply.
But more importantly, they discovered good Infographics went viral FAST!
Over time, successful marketers discovered that viral Infographics had to become part of any successful content strategy.
Why Infographics MUST be part of your content strategy
Because effective marketing communications are more visual than ever, nearly 75% of marketers rely on visuals like Infographics in their social media messaging, especially for marketing and sales.
The stats below from a recent report (2017 State of Infographics) overwhelmingly confirm the effectiveness of using of Infographics in business.
Here are a few of the highlights from the report:
On a scale of most to least, the following mediums affect learning and retention of information most, according to the report:
If you have a story to tell or a product to sell, according to the report, there’s no better way to communicate your message fast than with attractive and effective Infographics. Data becomes memorable, understandable and relevant faster than any other format.
So, it’s not surprising that “persuasion” tops the many reasons for using Infographics:
And it’s not surprising that businesses using Infographics effectively are continuing to consider it as an essential business tool in the future:
So, if it’s such an effective tool, why aren’t you using Infographics consistently to get new prospects and convert them to customers?
Data and content research combined with Infographic design can be very expensive.
In fact, after Infographics became so widely effective and company demand exceeded the available expertise of people who could create beautiful and informative Infographics, many new companies sprang up, charging $250 to $2500 per Infographic.
Cost depended on the depth of the research and the complexity of the design.
That puts really good Infographics out of the reach of many small business owners like you who are already spread way too thin as it is with all the other stuff you have to do.
Unless you have hours and hours to pour over data research, and you’ve spent years learning how to create beautiful graphics, you’ll spend a ton on one Infographic.
So, how much would 24 Infographics cost?
You don’t want to know, but let’s take a stab at it:
One Infographic completely researched, designed and delivered would cost $250 on the low-end.
24 x $250 = $6,000