If you believe that creating exceptional blog posts is sufficient for attracting huge amounts of readers, you might want to reconsider after reading this article.
According to MOZ’s latest report on shares and links, “the majority of posts receive few shares and even fewer links. In a randomly selected sample of 100,000 posts over 50% had 2 or less Facebook interactions (shares, likes or comments) and over 75% had zero external links. This suggests there is a lot of very poor content out there and also that people are very poor at amplifying their content.”
As we become increasingly conscious of our environmental impact, the demand for information on how to cut our ecological footprint is intensifying. Yet, searching for quality content on sustainability that is both comprehensible and easy to share can be time consuming and occasionally challenging. When it comes to showcasing critical environmental issues, infographics could be the best available tool for both visualizing scientific data and educate the public, all in one interactive and attractive context.
How do I know I am an incurable geek? Because I get shivers down my spine when I see infographics. And if the infographic happens to be about traveling and cinema, then I might even go gaga. Hey! Easy now, dude! You might be a geek, but you are way into your forties too. Well, now that the “shocking” truth about my age is out there, please allow me to present an infographic on (sound of drumroll) famous movies filmed in Iceland! (sound of audience cheering).