41. Content Marketing: Video content driving engagement – Traffic Film
The infographic here, created by the InfoGraphic Design Team, shows a number of stats that describe the importance of videos in content marketing. It talks about how videos will play a major role in marketing in the future due to its rapidly growing influence. This is quite apparent, as people are more inclined to watch a short video rather than reading an article. The rising influence of YouTube is also a proof of this phenomenon, as YouTube has become the second largest search engine after Google. The infographic was prepared with the help of sources like CMO.
42. How to Improve Lives & Improve the Bottomline Through Content Marketing – For Momentum
The infographic here, created by Fusion Spark Media in partnership with CMI, talks about improving the bottom line for brands and businesses through the use of content marketing. It describes the importance of aspects like Corporate Social Responsibility in business. Such aspects are looked at by employees as well as customers while making a decision regarding business. This infographic was prepared with the help of sources like Havas Media Global Report, Deloitte Core Beliefs, and Culture Survey, among others.
43. Understanding Content Strategy – Gage Underground
The infographic here, created and designed by Gage, describes the basic aspects of content marketing and how brands and businesses can make use of it. It talks about why it is so critical for companies to know about themselves, their users, and their content. It also describes how a combination of good content and expertly designed visuals are important for attracting more customers.
44. The Changing State of Content Marketing Infographic – News Reach
The infographic here talks about how the state of the content marketing has changed over the years. It was created by News Reach with the help of a survey conducted among several marketers who use visual and textual content to attract customers. The infographic also contains the views of experts in the field of content marketing.
45. Content Marketing: How it is going to be in 2014 – Media Mosaic
The infographic here, created and designed by Media Mosaic, talks about the current state of digital content marketing and how it will be in the next few years. It also describes how brands and businesses can engage their audience through their marketing strategies. The infographic was prepared with the help of sources like Forbes and Yahoo.
46. How To Grow Your Business Using Content Marketing – Dendrite Park
The infographic here talks about the aspects of content marketing and how brands and businesses can grow their business’ online presence through content marketing. It describes how businesses need to adapt content marketing into their strategy. This infographic was prepared by Dendrite Park and designed by Pablo Binkowski. It shows content marketing as a tree with SEO and Analytics as the roots, and aspects like e-mail marketing and website as different parts of the tree.
47. Content Marketing: A Focus on the Future – Ciceron
The infographic here by Ciceron talks about the future of content marketing and social media . A survey was conducted for this reason, and its results show that a majority of brands and businesses are inclined towards spending more money on building strong content. The infographic was prepared using information from sources like Mass Relevance, CMO Study, and ExactTarget marketing report.
48. 7 Superpowers of a Knockout Infographic – Socially Sorted
The infographic here talks about how infographics are the perfect way to grab people’s attention and direct them towards their businesses. It also describes aspects like story, size, simplicity, style, source, share-ability, and stats that need to be considered to make the infographic more effective. This infographic was designed by X-ray vision with Mashable and Bit Rebels as the sources.
49. Custom Content Creation Infographic – Digital C4
The infographic here talks about the life cycle of content and the role of strong, well written, and fluid content in brand visibility. It describes the step-by-step process of gathering, curating, writing, and finally publishing and sharing content, with the help of which strong content can be prepared. This infographic was prepared by Chuck Swanson.
50. The Blogging Food Groups: A Well-Balanced Diet of Content – LinkedIn
The infographic here, prepared by Jason Miller, describes a balanced blog through the analogy of a well balanced diet. It associates whole wheat grains with the filling content that you require on a daily basis. It relates the guest topics and case studies to vegetables. The meat is strategic research and analysis content while the dessert is light-hearted and amusing content. It also describes how much energy you need to spend on each kind of content.