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Can I Use that Picture? (infographic)

I found this infographic via Lifehacker, shared by Visual.ly:

Knowing the copyright laws for using images can be a bit tricky. Follow this series of questions to know if you can use a picture for your purposes or not.
TIP: click on the image to see the readable version.

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Marketing Tools: 29 Powerful Tools for a Social Media Marketer (infographic)

Razorsocial
Courtesy of: RazorSocial

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Having trouble viewing this infographic? Check out the original!

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More infographics tools

Adding one more recommendation to our list of infographic generators, check out Venngage. This is one of four tools recommended in a post by Stephen’s Lighthouse. The other three have been spotlighted before:

I am also going to add four more, from “7 New Tools to Create Your Own Infographics.”

Let me know if you actually use one of them.

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Image Sizing Cheat Sheet for Social Media (Infographic)

Courtesy of: Social Caffeine
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Copywriting Cheat Sheet (Infographic)

VerticalResponse Copywriting Cheat Sheet Infographic

 

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How Long Does it Take to Build an App? (infographic)

In case you’ve ever wondered how long it would take (someone else) to build an app, according to this infographic you’re looking at 18 weeks total. Good info.

How Long Does it Take to Build an App?

 

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NOTE: if you’re having trouble accessing this image, check out the original

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Create Infographics

I used to like infographics, at the beginning. Since I spend so much time online, I’ve been seeing a lot of infographics. In fact, I’ve seend enough that I’m almost sick of them.

Even with that I know that infographics are very useful tools in creating visual representations of data. What that means is that by making the data pretty, and more interesting than bars and pie charts, it makes more sense to your audience. 

If you are interested in making a few infographics of your own, you’re going to need some help. A post on Free Technology for Teachers lists three tools to check out:

I haven’t tried any of these, but I’m bookmarking them to check them out later. If you have additional resources to add, please let me know. 

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