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How to Make Your Infographic Clickable in 3 Easy Steps

Infographics may be quicker and easier to consume than say, an eBook or long blog post, but there is one downside to marketing with Infographics.  What if the reader wants to learn more about a specific point presented within your Infographic?

Answer:  Add clickable links to your Infographics.  Problem solved!

Hubspot recommends using a free and easy tool called Thinglink in order to add links to your Infographics. In a blog post you can add links to more information, which allows your post to remain short and easy to consume while still providing extra information for readers who may want to dig deeper.  Adding clickable links allows you to provide the same amount of detail for readers, while keeping your Infographic from being bogged down by massive amounts of copy.

Here’s how to make your Infographic clickable in 3 easy steps:

1)   Create a free account on Thinglink and choose an image you want to tag.

2)   Upload your Infographic and add tags where appropriate.

3)   Share your clickable Inforgraphic on your website and social media profiles.

That’s it. Easy peasy, right?

Thinglink Screenshot

Full disclosure: there is one issue that could be considered a roadblock to some marketers.  All Thinglink links will direct traffic back to Thinglink’s website, not your own website. So the bummer here is that their website is gaining any SEO from these clicks, not yours. However, all your original posts promoting your infographic will link back to your website, so it’s not a complete loss of SEO.

Hubspot says, “Thinglink is a great option for making clickable infographics when you don’t have the time, knowledge, or resources to code your own.” While it is a definite con to lose any potential SEO from the tag clicks, the metrics you gain could outweigh this. What do you consider more important: SEO or having the ability to track your marketing efforts?


Infographic: Top 20 Most Effective Holiday Subject Line Words – via Vertical Response


With the holiday season now upon us, we’ll start seeing more and more promotional emails hitting our inboxes. As retailers, it’s our job to make our emails stand out from the crowd and the first step is to optimize the subject line. While each niche market will be different, there are some universal words you can add that have been shown to generate the highest open rates across the board. Take a look at this infographic courtesy of Vertical Response for the Top 20 Holiday Subject Line Words.

Four Facts You Need to Know About Product Recommendations – via Econsultancy

Four Facts You Need to Know About Product Recommendations

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According to a study performed by Econsultancy: “product recommendations are responsible for an average of 10%-30% of ecommerce site revenues.” If your website is not providing product recommendations, you could be losing out on a nice chunk of revenue. But simply adding additional products to various locations on your site may not create the desired bump in revenue. Econsultancy outlines 4 strategic tips to keep in mind, including where to place recommendations, which products to recommend and the optimal verbiage to use. Continue reading

Facebook Reviews: What Marketers Need to Know – via Social Media Examiner

Facebook Reviews: What Marketers Need to Know

If your business has been on Facebook for any length of time, you’ve likely seen some reviews and star ratings posted. Good or bad, these reviews can affect the way your company is perceived, so it’s important to keep a close eye on new reviews and respond in a timely manner to any issues that may arise. Kandice Linwright of Social Media Examiner discusses the pros and cons of showing reviews on your Facebook page, how to respond to negative reviews and, if all else fails, how to turn the reviews feature off. View article

Transactional Email Best Practices for Ecommerce Business – via iMedia Connection

Transactional Email Best Practices for Ecommerce Businesses

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Are you making the most of your transactional emails? Whenever an individual takes an action on your website such as signing up for an email newsletter, placing an item in their shopping cart, or making their first purchase, you’ve got a golden opportunity to reach out and create a connection.  Welcome emails, web order receipts and even shipping confirmation emails are perfect chances to reinforce your brand and generate additional sales. Willie Pena of iMedia Connection reviews optimization strategies for the top five transactional emails.

What Are Rich Pins and How Can You Use Them? – via Econsultancy



Have you started using Pinterest’s “Rich Pins” markup for your website? Whether you’re an e-retailer, blogger, movie reviewer or chef, you can enhance your website’s pins to increase user engagement and even drive sales. For example, if you sell products, you can include data on your page such as price, availability, sale price, etc. to enrich your pins. And here’s the really interesting part: if a user pins something from your website that contains a price, Pinterest will email them directly if that price goes down! This is a great way to reach potential customers with sales offers. Read on to find out more about how Rich Pins can enhance your site’s user experience. 

There’s a Good Chance Google Is Rejecting Some of Your Products Right Now – via Search Engine Watch



Way back in June, Google Shopping announced changes to their feed specifications. This meant that you had until September 30th to make these required changes or your products could stop showing up in Shopping search results. If you haven’t taken a look at your feed in a while, now’s the time to make sure everything is up-to-date. Mary Weinstein of Search Engine Watch walks us through the changes, including updates to stock availability, titles and descriptions.

What Elements Should Always Be ‘Above the Fold’ in an Email? – via


When designing an email campaign it can be tempting to view the entire piece as a whole, much like you would a one-page magazine advertisement. But in the digital field your design will be shrunk down, cropped, truncated… and even those beautifully designed graphics will be (gasp) hidden for many users. So the first step in determining the effectiveness of your email layout is to look “above the fold” – the area at the top and to the left, usually between 300 and 500 pixels high (this can vary depending on which email client a user has as well as the device on which they are viewing the email). Majda Anwar of outlines the most important elements to include above the fold to increase the effectiveness of your campaign.

6 Untapped Keyword Sources That Will Boost Organic Traffic – via


If you’re using the Google Keyword Tool to research search terms for your organic (or even paid) traffic, you may find at some point that you’ve gleaned as much data from the resource as possible. That’s the time to look at alternative sources of keyword suggestions, and they may be hiding in plain sight. Neil Patel from shares his list of “6 Untapped Keyword Sources That Will Boost Organic Traffic”, which include Wikipedia and Amazon, among others.

Infographic: 9 Data Sets Every E-commerce Company Should Measure


There are many different metrics to look at when analyzing the success of an online business.

For example, what percentage of your site visitors are mobile? Depending on whether you have a large or small percentage of mobile visits can help you decide if it’s time to invest in a mobile-friendly design if your current website just isn’t cutting it.

Looking at user acquisition costs can shed light on the effectiveness on your organic and paid search efforts.

This helpful infographic from Indus Net Technologies outlines the “9 Data Sets Every E-commerce Company Should Measure”.

9 Data Sets Every Ecommerce Company Should Measure Infographic

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