Nov 27 Posted 1 year ago
What's the perfect height for an infographic?
4852 pixels seems... tall.
Nov 7 Posted 1 year ago
Great article and infographic!
I think when you say break the rules on length I disagree. I think where you should break the rules = content you are showing. Think outside the box in the content yet optimizing the length for each medium. That way your content is going to be shown more based on the statistics as well because it's creative. It's a win-win in my opinion.
Take this infographic for example: They showed everything (good amount wise) yet took it on the creative route relating it to the zoo to make it more user friendly and sharable. They thought outside the box on how to present the content, which I think is the ticket to success on social.
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