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If you haven’t already heard, visuals can play a big part in boosting the performance of your marketing messages.
Earlier this year, Cisco predicting that up to 82% of all consumer Internet traffic will be video by 2020. Facebook predicts that the News Feed will be “mostly video” by 2019, content with images sees up to a 94% increase in page views versus content without – all the available data points towards visuals being key. Visuals do that, so it’s worth including images and considering the role visuals play in your outreach efforts.
To add some more perspective to this, Creately have put together this new infographic of key image stats and trends. Check it out here:
Infographic credit: Creately
2017 will be full of surprises. However, you still need to stay up-to-date for the latest trends in web design and user experience.
This infographic compiles ten great web design and UX trends to watch for in 2017. They’re all based on fundamental principles known to boost conversions. Try one or more of these tactics to make your website more powerful in the new year. Take a closer look at it.
Infographic credit: The Deep End Web Consulting
History is truly the best lesson for bloggers and online marketers.
As another year of blogging comes to an end, the content marketing landscape remains to be one of the most critical strategies that many B2B marketers are looking forward to leverage in the years to come. As a changing platform, we’ve seen a lot of shifts and trends towards how blogging was taken advantage by business this year.
Let’s take a look at what the blogosphere looks like today, in the following infographic.
Infographic credit: Blogging.org
Infographic credit: WordStream
You might have heard that business cards are obsolete. However, that’s only half true.
The type of business card that’s gone extinct is the ugly, boring, flimsy paper card. Super cool custom cards, on the other hand, are still alive and well. The key to keep your business card out of the trash can is by creating a card that’s so cool or so useful that nobody wants to throw it out. With that in mind, designers are getting more and more creative in how they customize business cards.
That’s why business cards are literally taking on all sorts of shapes. Some cards are 3D, while some are special die-cuts shaped like a company’s product. Designers are even creating dual-use cards that can function as tiny tools, kitchen utensils, or even a snack.
To start creating your own super awesome business card, you’ll want to check out these 8 steps to business card success from the creative team at Company Folders. They’ve compiled all their design wisdom to make sure your next business card is as cool as it gets.
Infographic credit: Company Folders Inc