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20 ECOMMERCE Business Success Tips From The Experts

Are you in the process of setting up an Ecommerce website? Need some guidance to get your online shop off the ground?
KOL share their tips for beginners in this infographic.


Stats To Understand SEO in 2018

Are you just getting started with an SEO campaign for your website? 
SEO Tribunal share their beginners guide to SEO in this infographic.
They break things down into the following sections: Search engine historyGoogle algorithm updatesSearch engine market shareSearch trendsMobile v desktop usageRanking factorsLocal ranking factorsTop SEO influencersBest SEO tools
Check out their infographic for more detail.



Graphic Design: 10 Quality Projects Based on Visual Identities and Branding

I will share some of lots graphic inspiration, thanks to our selection of projects based on visual identities and branding.

You will see below lots of items, business cards or an amazing packaging.



















20 Ways To Boost Your Energy

Are you a busy entrepreneur struggling to keep the energy levels up during the day? Want some simple but effective tips to boost energy and keep you working at optimum level for longer? Get VoIP share their tips for a more energetic day in this infographic. Infographic by GETVOIP.

How to Get More Energy At WorkTry using some of the tips and techniques listed below to power through your energy lows and come back out on top. What Causes Low Energy After Lunch? If you feel tired after lunch, you’re not alone. It’s actually so common, that it has its own name. The post-lunch dip has millions of American grasping for the coffee come 2 pm. But what causes it? The body is governed by a 24-hour clock, called a circadian rhythm. There’s more than one type, and your type is called a chronotype. This dictates when you’re most active…and most sleepy. Not everybody is impacted by the post-lunch dip. According to a study by The New York Times, some of the population is unaffected by sleepiness af…

3 Perfect Color Schemes To Give Your Infographic Life

Dots, lines, and shapes make up any layout, but color gives them life. You can’t just slap some random hues onto your design and hope for the best. Infographics should be both eye-catching and attention-holding, while being clear and comfortable for readers to view for extended amounts of time. That last part is essential. A color scheme has the power to either bring forward or obscure information depending on how easy it is to read the text on the infographic. For example, you wouldn’t want to put dark text on a dark background or light text on a light background, as the eyes will need to strain to read the infographic. Your text and images should pop and your colors should complement the content.
Infographic by Venngage.

Three Basic Principles of Design