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Are Infographics on Their Deathbed?
By: Muck Rack
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A new report from a company called Clutch suggests the pulse of infographics – at the heart of many content marketing strategies – is weakening.

But to borrow a phrase from Mark Twain, are reports of the death of infographics greatly exaggerated?

In a Clutch news release about its report, Rand Fishkin, founder of SEO software company Moz, practically delivers a eulogy for infographics.

“The age of infographics is dying, and most of them are quite bad,” Fishkin is quoted as saying. “The ones that have success do so in a slightly manipulative way. The embed gets linked back with very particular anchor texts that take advantage of search algorithms.”

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