One of the most popular viral content techniques, SEO specialists use today are the infographics. Those types of content tend to drive highest visitor engagement and also attract thousands of links from various websites. However, for many webmasters, find it quite difficult to discover websites, where to distribute infographics. If you had the same difficulties, this is the right guide for you. Here are some pretty quick ways to get hundreds of links to your content and get it seen by thousands of visitors (this is why the guide is separated into 2 parts – Promotion and Distribution).
In order to make people link to your infographic from their private websites or blogs, you have to show your piece of content to everyone, who might be interested in publishing it. Here are the best ways to get quick traffic to your infographic:
- StumbleUpon – This is one of the best websites for promoting visual content. However, in order to get your infographic picked up by website owners, you should use Paid Discovery. Based on your subscription plan, you can get thousands of people to see your infographic for around 50$-70$ per day. If your budget is lower, dont worry, you can still use it, you will just get less traffic (the cheapest visitors you can get cost 0.05$ each).
- Reddit – One of the best places where you can get your infographic promoted is Reddit. This social media offers PPC advertisement, which will allow you to promote your content in all relevant subReddits for at least 20$ per day. Please note that in order to deposit funds in your reddit PPC account, you must be either from the US, UK or Canada (I really dont understand why).
- Pinterest – Altgough, this is one of the youngest social networks today, Pinterest allows you to easily promote visually appealing content and get hundreds of people to share it in their Boards. If you dont have an account yet, dont worry, once you make one, Pinterest will connect with all those people, who might be interest in your shares. Actually it takes around a month to develop around 300 followers for your Pinboards.
- Twitter – If you already have twitter account, you can use it to promote your infographic. The only thing you need to do is to carefully analyze all of your followers and message only those that are likely to share your content. If you dont have such followers, you can use SponsoredTweets (minimum budget there is 500$) to get some really popular people tweet your content.
- Facebook – Being the largest social network in the World, Facebook is a great place for infographic promotion too. If you already have lots of fans there, you just need to show them your content. However, if you are just getting started, I would suggest using the Facebook Ads targeted to people sharing the same interests as you. This will generate lots of traffic to your website and also increases the chances of yoru content being picked up by relevant websites.
You already got thousands of people to see your infographic, but this does not guarantee you that you will get thousands of links. You created the infographic for that purpose right? Here are some websites where you can get quick and quality links to your website, ensuring optimal distribution for your infographic.
- Infographic Directories – There are hundreds of websites, where you can sibmit your infographic and get link credit for this. However, not all websites are maintained properly, this is why we made the following list with the most popular directories to distribute infographics that work!
- Infographic Database
- Submit Infographics
- Amazing Infographics
- Daily Infographic
- Infographic Journal
- Cloud Infographics
- Infographic Post
- The Infographics Showcase
- Infographics Archive
- Infographics Inspiration
- Infographics Bin
- Video Infographic
- Love Infographics
- The Infographics
- Infographics Online Directory
- Infographic Heaven
- Fuck yeah Infographics
- I Heart Infographics
- Infographic Site Dot Com
- Best Infographics.co.uk
- Best Infographics.info
- Pure Infographics
- Daily Statistic
- Infographic Board
- Brandless Infographic Blog
- Vizual Archive
- Releavant Blogs – The more blogs you get to publish your infographic, the more people will see it and share it (sounds like promotion and it is!). You just need to use the Google custom queries to filter only those blogs that are relevant for your niche. If you want to get some ideas about where to start try How to Find Lots of Guest Blogging Opportunities.
- Blogengage – Being one of the largest blogger communities in the world, Blogengage is a great place to get your content distributed into. The service I am reffering to is called RSS Dsitribution and it will allow you to get all content from your blog syndycated in 7 high traffic websites - Blog Engage (PR4), Blog Serp (PR3), Top Blogged (PR3), RSS Leak (PR2), Blogger Ink (PR3), Tag Serp (PR2), and Blogger Tag (PR2). However, in order to take advantage of this service, you must subscribe for it – from 10$ – 30$ per month.
- MyBlogguest – Recently Myblogguest started an infographics gallery, where you can submit your infographic with a couple of 200 word description and get offers from really quality blogs, willing to publish it. If for some reason, you are unable to host your infographic on your website, you can publish it exclusively for Myblogguest and get distribution for your infographic.
- Tumblr – Being one of the largest free blogging communities, Tumblr is a lot more than a place where you just create a blog. Instead it appears to be a pretty big community of people, who usually own website or a blog, but are looking to make new friends. There are hundreds of websites where you can submit your infographic, for our starter list try Infographic Distribution in Tumblr: Mission Possible.
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