Infographics are a great way of sharing important information or step-by-step instructions. It allows you to present data visually in a clear, simple manner, which allows readers to follow along easily and offers them the ability to refer back to the information at a glance. Using images in social media and newsletters is key in today’s market as it draws attention to your message and brand, which can ultimately increase your conversions. Creating infographics can be a fun way to take your business to another level and you can use PowerPoint to do just that.
I found this awesome article from Hubspot, a fantastic website focused on marketing, that I refer to frequently when working with clients as they offer many tips and strategies for marketing. This article also has templates you can download to create your infographics. Find all the info and templates HERE!
I received this infographic from Socially Stacked showing different points for creating the perfect post for social media. Now, we all now nothing is perfect, but these are some great tips and strategies. Save this infographic as a resource when you are scheduling your social media posts.
It’s been many years since I have used Photobucket. Recently I volunteered to help out a connection on LinkedIn by beta-testing a new feature on Photobucket. Photobucket now offers personal hashtags that when used on Twitter, Photobucket and/or Instagram, the photo(s) appear in your Photobucket library. I tested this feature out and it’s amazing!
Not only can YOU add photos and VIDEOS to your Photobucket library by adding your hashtag, your friends can add photos and videos to your library as well by using your hashtag!
Since it has been many years since I have used Photobucket, I found some other features I love:
- Option of making an album private or public
- Custom titles for your photos and/or videos
- Photo editing! – You can add effects, frames, stickers; change the brightness, contrast, orientation, resizing, etc.
- Browse other members public photos and videos and “like” them, comment on them
- Mobile app provided
Check out Photobucket today to store all of your images and videos, whether you share them publicly or not. I am glad I signed up again. I didn’t know what I was missing!