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Use infographics to convey messages

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Infographics are becoming one of the hottest ways to engage customers and employees by providing information in a visually appealing graphic. Here are some great ways to use infographics at work:

  • Recruiting. Use an infographic to highlight the core qualities of an ideal candidate. Or make a job description more interesting by converting it to an infographic.
  • Presenting numbers. Whether you want to present survey data or sales figures, infographics can make the information easier to digest for people, who can look at a graphical representation rather than scouring through lines on a spreadsheet.
  • Providing instructions. A graphical image depicting how a product functions, a team workflow or an organization’s processes is often much easier for people to grasp than verbal or written instructions.
  • Comparing data. Use an infographic to show how a competitor’s product matches up against yours or to break down the differences in two plans you are considering.

— Adapted from “10 Ways to Use Infographics,” Emilie Futterman,

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