A lot of infographics don't have an easily accessible embed code. That's crazy, you're really limiting your exposure by not including this .
Lancaster, Lancashire (PRWEB) November 15, 2012
Including an embed code alongside infographics when they are published is vital for getting maximum exposure. Publishers should make it easy for bloggers and webmasters to re-publish their infographics (with a link back to the original source as attribution of course!) A lot of people don't include an embed code when publishing infographics, and that is a really big mistake.
Tom Cumpsty (the author of the article) had this to say: "I decided to write this article because I have noticed a lot of infographics that don't have an easily accessible embed code. That's crazy, businesses are really limiting their exposure by not including a code and they really need to be encouraging as many people as possible to publish the infographic in question on their website. After all, they are effectively getting people marketing their business for free."
The article is part of a series on infographics that Sensible Internet are currently publishing on their blog. It aims to explain to businesses why infographics could be a useful addition to their content strategy as well as providing details on how to promote infographics effectively.
Infographics are a great way to get a message across. An attractively designed infographic should grab an audience's attention and can get information across quickly. Sensible Internet also provide a wide range of services related to publishing infographics including research, design and promotion of the finished product.