8 Things You Don’t Want In Your Infographic

stopCongratulations! You’ve embarked on a journey to create an infographic for the sake of building something informative and insightful to readers! What’s that? No. Ah…well please give this a read before proceeding.

Coming up with content for your infographic can be tough, but if you need some help there’s some insight you can glean from this post from Jey Pandian. Once you have the content and focus down, then it’s a matter of fine tuning a few things (or scraping):

1. Clip art

Stop Link Building For Penguin

linkbuilding“Hey, we need some links. Can you get them for us?”

“We got hit by penguin! We need you to get us some better links than the last agency got us.”

The more client work that gets sent my way, the more requests I see for links. Which is no big deal, but when the site has no resources on it, much less a blog, I get a nervous twitch in my right eye. I mean that could also be the caffeine getting to me, but I’m not one for stopping coffee cold turkey to find out.

How do you come up with the missing resources?