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Free Webinar: How To Plan, Publish and Promote Infographics

Infographic Webinar

Our agency has produced hundreds of infographics for our clients, and we’re extremely proud of the results that those have produced. With the Marketing Technology publication, we’re also getting pitched dozens of times daily by other companies that produce infographics.

One of the infographic designers that we have always published without hesitation are ones by Brian Downard. In fact, we co-developed an infographic with Brian a month ago – 16 Types of Infographic Layouts to Inspire You. Brian is the Founder of BD Ventures, an online marketing consulting company. BD Ventures helps entrepreneurs and business leaders get the advice, tools, and resources they need to dominate online marketing.


Click here to get Brian’s free 20-point infographic creation PDF swipe file and infographic “teardown” video.

Join me (Douglas Karr) and Brian Downard in this free training where you’ll learn the exact step you need to plan, create, publish and promote infographics that go viral every time. Whether you’re an experienced creative design agency or just a small business trying to build some authority in your industry, this webinar will provide some amazing direction. Not to mention we will provide all the necessary tools to do-it-yourself.

  • What: How To Plan, Publish and Promote Infographics
  • When: December 13th, 8:00 am PT/11:00 am ET or Noon PT/3:00 pm ET

Register for 11AM EST Register for 3PM EST

Register now, and you’ll receive the following bonus:

infographic-generator-bonus


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