What are the benefits of Infographic submission in SEO?

lkovnih226

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Hello Guys,

I want to get some advice about Infographic submission?

Why more people want to submit their Infographic on other sites wihout backlinks point back their sites.

What are the benefits of Infographic submission in SEO?

All experts' suggestions are welcome!
 

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There is no significant benefit.

If you want to see true benefit from an infographic, get it published on a high traffic site where lots of eyeballs will get on it. For that though, you are going to have to pick up the phone or find another way to make solid connections, something most IM'ers are far too lazy to do. Anything else is pretty much a waste of time/money.
 

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Good old finding out the highest traffic sites in your niche and emailing them if they would like to use your infographic, with your infographic having a link to your site, would work.
 

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Just like SEOPub has recommended, target a couple of high traffic sites, there's no need to target hundreds of sites.

You also don't need to call anyone to build a solid relationship!

There are tons of ways you can convince someone to put your content on their site without calling them on the phone (skype/hangout is even better than phone call for instance). There's also a lot of authority sites that allow guest posts and will be willing to post your infographic.

Once your infographic is posted on an authority site it has a better chance of going viral and getting shared on a lot of blogs online. Which can result in a lot of traffic and backlinks for your site.

So you should focus on targeting 1 big website instead of 10 small ones for instance. I can't give you a specific number of websites that you need to target but I just hope you get the idea here.

The best way for someone to respond to your message/email/call is to ask for their feedback, instead of saying here's an infographic for your audience, you simply ask for their feedback and take it from there. Most people will respond when you ask for feedback, this works like gangbusters.
 

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An infographic is the in-thing these days for SEO. Create a high quality infographic and post it in Pinterest. Check out Pinterest infographics and you would be amazed to see how many there are actually. An interesting infographic has a great chance of getting repins there. Put a link of your website on the infographic. Now, save the link of your infographic and post it in Facebook/G+ and promote it. You are likely to get good results.
 

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There is a distinct difference between something being "good for SEO" and something driving referral traffic. Most infographics aren't actually "good for" SEO in that they won't help you rank much unless there is a link, but all of the text on the infographic is, well, in a graphic, and thus cannot be crawled by search spiders and assessed for relevance. The value in this case, by posting your infographic to high-traffic sites, is a good way to get referral traffic, but as far as helping organic SEO, not so much in my experience. The links can be good, but steer clear of infographic farms and sites that have a base relevance of infographics; that is a saturated field and will no doubt be devalued in the same manner as the article farms of the past.

I remember when links from ezinearticles actually worked (!!).
 
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