7 Places That You Can Find Infographics

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 Infographic Marketing is a high-quality visual representation of information. They can be especially useful in the context of a website, where they serve as enticing content and are often shared on social media channels. You’ve seen them before, whether it was on one of your newsfeeds or as a result of an online search gone wrong. This post will show you 7 places that you can find infographics and what types of infographics are available from each site.

1. Google Images

We’ll start with a classic. When you search for a topic in Google Images, the results are shown on a carousel. During that carousel, you’ll see an infographic appear near the end that is linking to more infographics related to your search term. 

The infographic will be one of the first things to pop up in the results for your search term and it will also be one of the images showing up on the image carousel as it scrolls past. If you can’t find an image or graphic that you like through Google Images, then check out this next option.

2. BuzzFeed

BuzzFeed is another great website you can find infographics on. In the article, you’ll see a link to click that will expand the window to reveal an image, graphic, and/or video. You can click through the details of the article and see if they have any other graphs or visuals available. 

The BuzzFeed website also has a carousel of infographics that links to more infographics, so it’s worth checking out every time you search for some information related to your search term within Buzzfeed.

3. Yahoo News

Yahoo News is another place where you can find infographics in their articles when searching for topics related to your search term. Yahoo News will show an image related to the topic that you searched for. Keep in mind that this image is only included in the article on Yahoo if there is an image related to it and not all articles have images.

4. Wikipedia

Wikipedia has some of the most comprehensive and accurate information available when searching on any topic, making it a great resource for information when searching for infographics related to your topic. 

Typically, you can find the link to a specific infographic after clicking on any of the links within your search results page; however, these links are usually long and hard to find, so it’s better for your readers if you point them directly towards where all the infographics are located on Wikipedia instead. To do this, you need to click on the “Show More” button next to the first result in your search results window.

 This will navigate you directly to the infographics page and show all of the infographics that are related to your search term within Wikipedia. The images that show up in this page will only appear if they’re related to your topic, so it is still a good idea to search on Wikipedia to find other infographics related to your topic even if they don’t show up in the results page.

5. Visual.ly

Visual.ly is a platform that makes it easy to discover, share, and curate infographics. This website will automatically show a thumbnail infographic when you search for topics that are related to your topic.

 However, there are other “posts” on this website with the same or similar title to your topic and so you might see multiple infographics show up when searching for information within Visual.ly. You can access the post directly from the search results page or click on the image to view it directly in your browser.

6. Pinterest

Pinterest is another place where you can find infographics on topics related to your search term. Pinterest will show an image related to the topic that you searched for when you click on the link. Keep in mind that this image is only included in the article on Pinterest if there is an image related to it and not all articles have images.

 When you click through to the infographic, it will be displayed within a separate window and it will contain a link back to the article or website that provided the information for that infographic.

7. YouTube

Lastly, videos are another great way you can find a wealth of information directly from YouTube. In the video, you can find images embedded throughout the video. You might also find links to additional resources that are related to your topic and that provide more information about it.

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