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Inserting links into an infographic
Inserting links into an infographic

How to insert a URL inside an infographic

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Written by Anna Vital
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Links inside an infographic can help not only to direct readers to a specific place but also to provide them with further information. They ensure that your infographic will function as a form of visual content. In addition, the infographic will obtain the conversion properties. That way, if you decide to embed the infographic on a webpage, you can use links to direct your readers to a specific source. 

For instance, you can add a call to action directly into the infographic, or add polls and forms in order to acquire useful data or grow an email subscriber list. Generally, the emails and engagement you gain from this method are a lot more worthwhile. 

In case you have a big article or even an article with several pages, the infographic with anchor links will be very useful. You can create the infographic with main sections from your article and add anchor links to them. Navigation will become much easier for readers, and the index of your article gets higher in search engines. 

You can place calls to action directly in the infographic using links. Links provide readers with the sources of additional information on the specific point, including links to samples, sources, further information, and other articles on your blog. You will also see how many clicks each of your links gets.  

You need to embed infographic if you want to see clickable links on your blog. Find out how to embed infographics. 

You can easily insert links to each point in your infographics. In order to insert links, you need to do the following steps: 

Step 1. Go to your infographic

Step 2. Click the text area on the point which you want to be linked

Step 3. You will see 3 dots below the text box

Step 4. Paste your link to this field

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