I love infographics.
Not simply because they are beautiful especially the “good ones” but because when done right as a marketer, it can help you:
- Educate your audience
- Attracts backlinks
In factt, infographics has been listed as one of the most favourite link building techniques. Popular link builder like Neil Patel, Brian Dean and a whole lot more use infographic to attract link to the website.
Infographics are very popular that i decided to collate the most shared infographics in 2015 and present the results below.
Enjoy your read.
Rated #1, this SEO infographics have more than . Coming on the heels of Google Mobilegedon has developed a detailed infographic that shows some great tips and mobile SEO configurations. These awesome tips will not just help you to create a mobile compatible website, but also help your existing website to survive Mobilegeddon effects.
- Total shares: 12.1k
- Twitter: 76
- Linkedin: 22
- Facebook: 12k
Google has billions of keywords at their disposal. But not all keywords are created equally, and costs per click can wildly vary from a handful of pennies to hundreds of dollars. So which ones are the most expensive?
In conjuction with SEMRush, webpagefx list the most expensive keyword on Google.
- Total shares: 7.4k
- Twitter: 2.7k
- Linkedin: 1.4k
- Facebook: 2.1k
If you are in the SEO industry, the fear of Google is usually the beginning of wisdom. Created by oncrawl, this infographic details all the main algorithm update since 2003. Panda, Mobile-friendly, Hummingbird or Phantom, they are all here.
- Total shares: 7k
- Twitter: 1.4k
- Linkedin: 661
- Facebook: 4.1k
For most businesses, SEO looks like magic yet the fundamental principles still remain the same. Created by webmag, this infographic covers the bare necessities for using SEO.
The steps listed are:
- Plan Your Keywords
- Get technical SEO in order
- Claim your local profile on Google+
- Start a blog and use it to grow your business
- Do not focus on one marketing channel eg SEO
- Get efficient with a CMS
- Be mobile
- Total shares: 6.7k
- Twitter: 2.4k
- Linkedin: 603
- Facebook: 2.8k
Need help with your SEO? This site really did not publish any infographic but compiled a list of the 4 SEO infographics you need to learn how to improve your website SEO. They are
- Total shares: 6.6k
- Twitter: 2
- Linkedin: 0
- Facebook: 6.6k
There is never an ending of the new SEO tactics that can overnight shoot your traffic or increase your ranking. This infographic is to help you learn which tactics to avoid and which to focus on.
- Total shares: 5.9k
- Twitter: 3.3k
- Linkedin: 445
- Facebook: 1.6k
Social networks change the dimensions and formats of images frequently, and it can be difficult to stay updated with what is what. As you start to plan out your social media campaigns for 2016, it’s imperative that you optimize your personal and business’ social media profiles with the right image sizes if you want to stand out from the crowd.
- Total shares: 4.9k
- Twitter: 1.2k
- Linkedin: 928
- Facebook: 2.5k
SEO is a dynamic industry which requires keen observation and consideration in any kind of on-page changes, off-page activities or link-building strategies. Marketers are always looking at ways to beef up their SEO plans and boost traffic, while on the other hand, search engines are getting smarter and smarter every day. The below Infographic, curated and designed by Dilate Digital, takes into account the “Top 16 effective Search Engine Optimization tips” recommended by Ahrefs
- Total shares: 4.9k
- Twitter: 1.7k
- Linkedin: 677
- Facebook: 1.8k
Still, one question keeps coming up: “How do I rank for [keyword]”? Without some of the old system-gaming tactics, starting from Square 1 may seem daunting. There are certain things you can do to gain search visibility, though. And it starts with finding out what keywords and phrases you should really be focusing on—not just from Google’s keyword data, but from the buyers who are searching for solutions to their problems.
- Total shares: 3.9k
- Twitter: 1.9k
- Linkedin: 462
- Facebook: 1.3k
As founders, we are conceptualizers, thinkers, leaders, developers and most of all, we are change agents.
We obviously oversee the most serious issues in business; do we really have to get worked up with all those SEO tips and tweaks we hear all the time? Definitely not. Our SEO guy should take care of those.
But if anything, startup founders need to pay attention to one piece of jargon in SEO:inbound links.
“…if you do enough excellent, interesting, useful, funny, compelling stuff, usually your reputation, or your links, however, you want to think of it, takes care of itself.” says Matt Cutts.
- Total shares: 3.2k
- Twitter: 1.5k
- Linkedin: 805
- Facebook: 495
The most popular infographics seem to share a certain characteristics
- Socialmediatoday made the list twice
- Facebook is the most preferred platform to share your infographics
- Infographics with huge amount of shares got the most backlinks.
Do you create infographics? Share your most prefered social media channel for promoting your infographics