12 Sites for Finding Great Infographics

April 17, 2016

6:00 pm

Infographics are one of the best ways to get your message across to a wide audience in a fun, engaging format. They’re also one of the most commonly shared types of content online and they’re a lot of fun to make once you get the hang of it.

If you’ve taken the time to create an awesome infographic you should be posting it on more than just your own website. There are dozens of places where you can share your infographic for free, some better than others of course. Below are 12 great options for submitting your infographic. Some have huge audiences and very tight quality guidelines, whilst a few in the list are prominent submission sites that approve quickly and allow you to get some middle-tier type promotion for your SEO and website exposure efforts.

12 Places to Find/Submit Your Infographic

Infographics Showcase

As the name suggests, this website is a gallery/directory of the best infographics and data visualizations from around the net.

Fast Company

Fast Company is one of the most trusted sources of web news with millions of readers. They also happen to have an Infographic of the Day section. You can submit your infographics to the editor of this section and who knows, you might get featured.

Reddit

This 100% free site is somewhere between a social networking site and an old school online forum. With millions of users, it’s also one of the best places to go if you want to draw some attention to your infographics. There’s even a sub-section specifically for infographics, which is a great place to go for feedback on your work. The good thing about particularly abrasive, so you know if your infographic is well received there, it’s probably a great infographic! In terms of demographic, you’ll typically do best with a topic targeted towards males in the 25-40 years old range.

Love Infographics

Every directory has its own algorithms for accepting infographics and Love Infographics is looking for the most beautiful among them. They are a publishing platform AND a sharing platform.

Infographaholic

Infographaholic is one of the most popular infographic directories in the world thanks to its simple to use format and excellent curation. All infographics submitted here must be 500 pixels wide.

Daily Infographic

As the name suggests they post one awesome infographic per day, which means these guys are always looking for more. They do get dozens of submissions every day though, so make sure you only send them your very best work.

Cool Infographics

Cool Infographics links you to many of the best infographics found online and in magazines. They also have thousands of visitors per day. They specifically look for infographics which tell a story about their topic.

InfographixDirectory.com

Infographix Directory is a popular infographic submission site that offers both free and paid submissions to their infographic archive. Submissions tend to stay on the website home page for one week and are also promoted through their expanding social media channels for extra exposure.

Visual.ly

Probably the most well-known infographic submission site and worthwhile including in your promotion list. It’s no uncommon for infographics to be picked up by jourbnalists off of Visual.ly and posted on major publications. FOr this reason alone, it’s worth submitting to Visual.ly.

News I Like

News I Like is a highly trusted source of news about technology, digital media and web culture. They actually review infographics.

Infographic Journal

Infographic Journal offers two posting options: a free option which can take 2-3 weeks to go live and a $25 submission that will be posted the same day.

Infosthetics

Short for Information Aesthetics, Infosthetics is entirely devoted to sharing and analyzing visualized information projects, focusing on the relationship between data and design. If you have a beautiful piece of visual data, it’s certainly worth letting them know!

If you’ve created a truly awesome infographic there will be many websites eager to get their hands on it. All you have to do is let them know that it exists and although the list above is by no means exhaustive, it’s a fantastic start for yoru promotional efforts.

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Greg Nunan is a digital marketing consultant and Founder of Winning Edge Digital. Greg specializes in building and flipping websites for profit and offers free Content Marketing and SEO information at his personal blog, IMFlare.com.

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