10 Social Media Design Tips to Skyrocket Your Website Traffic [Infographic] – by Mark Water-Ford…

on Social Media Today:

Are you looking for ways to create a more visually appealing social media strategy? Want to improve your social media design and drive more traffic to your website?

The team from ConversionMinded share their tips for success in this infographic.

Here are a few tips from the list:

  • Stick to 1-2 fonts
  • Use brand colors consistently
  • Use white space
  • Make text easy to read
  • Check analytics

Check out the infographic for more detail, HERE

6 thoughts on “10 Social Media Design Tips to Skyrocket Your Website Traffic [Infographic] – by Mark Water-Ford…

  1. Please keep in mind that I am aware that you only re-blog this post. I went to the original post. I had hoped to leave my comment there. There was no place to comment. I am hopeful, that the person who wrote this post will visit your blog since you were generous and re-blogged it and maybe hopefully possibly see my comment, and may be, hopefully, possibly LOL give some thought, to those blind, visually impaired, or otherwise print disabled writers and marketers. I remember when Chris re-blogged my challenges of a disabled writer and we had 52 comments. It was a lovely discussion. Keep in mind that I understand that you only re-blog this. And I went to the actual site. But I could find no place to comment. So we have the person comes and visits your blog since you were blog them, I am hopeful that they will see my comment here. Maybe next time they decide to do such an awesome post with great information like this they remember all of those who wrote and market their work.

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    • The Infograph shows the following, Patty:

      1. Determine the most important thing to convey
      2. Stick to 1 to 2 fonts that are easy to read
      3. Choose 4 to 5 brand colours and use them consistently
      4. Create guidelines for the images you will use
      5. Use white space to separate elements
      6. Use images that match your topic and brand
      7. Make sure text is easy to read over photos
      8. Get honest feedback and critiques
      9. Check analytics to see what is working
      10. Create branded templates to save time.

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  2. Yet another blogger who gives no THOUGHT to the blind, visually impaired, or otherwise print disabled reader and writer. Info graphics are not viewable by screen reader or voiceover. Alt text would have been wonderful. No worries, just the rumblings of a disabled writer. Yet another person who gives no talk to the visually impaired we are not able to read the infographics it would’ve been very nice if they would have either provided all text thread or Donna text version as well. How sad.

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    • I should have thought about that, Patty.
      The Infograph shows the following:

      1. Determine the most important thing to convey
      2. Stick to 1 to 2 fonts that are easy to read
      3. Choose 4 to 5 brand colours and use them consistently
      4. Create guidelines for the images you will use
      5. Use white space to separate elements
      6. Use images that match your topic and brand
      7. Make sure text is easy to read over photos
      8. Get honest feedback and critiques
      9. Check analytics to see what is working
      10.Create branded templates to save time.

      Like

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