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Daily Marketing Lessons
Daily Lessons (Uploaded Daily)
Weekly Facebook Live Sessions
Video Marketing For Local Businesses
Email Marketing (Simple Steps To Follow)
Chat with Blogging Expert (Ryan Biddulph)
Traffic Growth Strategies with Sid Bharath from Thinkific
How to Blog Meaningfully and Grow Your Audience
Convert cold website traffic into leads
Spying on Competition with SEO Tools
Build your list: Email Marketing
What Makes People Trust You: User Experience Fundamentals for Web Design
SEO: Keyword Strategy in Depth
Website Redesign: What you need to know before you do website redesign
How can you boost your web site's credibility? Credibility = Leads
Local SEO Mistakes - Google & Bing Map Rankings
Landing Pages Crash Course
Local SEO Checklist
30 Websites Which Provide You Free Stock Images
Keyword Research Checklist
Headlines Hacks You Should Know About
Facebook Live Resource Checklist
On Page SEO Checklist
Website Conversion Rate Optimization Checklist
Mobile Site Audit Checklist
SEO Checklist Complete 205+ Factors
Growth Hacking Experiments
Growth Hacking Meetup.com
Using Podcast To Grow Traffic & Leads
Growth Hacking using quora, events and directories
Hack Your Competitors Facebook Ads & Campaigns
Free & Paid Marketing Tools
Free Email Marketing Tools
Video Marketing Tools (Free & Paid)
Free Tools For Instagram
Free Tools to Check Content Plagiarism & Stealing
Free & Paid Tools to Help You Create infographics
Podcast Submission Directories
Free & Paid Tools To Write Better Headlines, Call to Actions, Email subject Lines & Other Marketing Messages
Free Tools To Check Website Speed & Loading Time
Free Twitter Tools To Help you Grow Your Engagement
8 Free Tools To Find Longtail Keywords
Find Out Anyone’s Email Address in Seconds
Link Building Tools (Free & Paid)
Free & Paid Social Media Marketing Tools
Free & Paid Webinar Tools
Free & Paid Marketing Automation Tools
Directories (Free & Paid) For Link Building
Infographic Directories (120+ Infographic Directories List)
Blog Submission Directories
Podcast Submission Directories
Top Canadian Directories for Link Building
Top local Directories in Australia
Top Local Directories in UK
Top Local Directories in USA
Social Media Image Guide Size
Image Guide For Social Media Channels
Ebooks & Other Resources
5 Step Podcast Launch Strategy For Professional Service Providers
Facebook Ads 101
Resource Cheat Sheet
Facebook Ads Authority (E-Book)
Wordpress SEO Course
How To Find Right Keywords (With Buyer Intents For Your Services)
Choosing The Right Keywords and Building Similar Keywords List
Wordpress On-page Optimization Basics
Wordpress On-page Optimization Implementation
Creating Content Which Will Get you Leads
Building Authority Backlinks for Your Service Based Business
Bonus Chapter on Internal Linking
Webinars - Guide on How to Prepare, Present, Host and Execute a Successful Webinar
Course (10 Chapters)
Free & Paid Tools
Infographic Directories (120+ Infographic Directories List)
– A general humor image site that hosts funny content from around the web. Free to submit.
– A general infographic aggregator that disallows gambling, forex, and overly promotional graphics.
– A broad directory with virtually no submission requirements; just about anything goes.
– A somewhat strict directory that prefers uniqueness over marketing.
– A UK-based directory that allows up to two links with personalized anchor text.
– A paid directory that charges $10 per submission with a 48-hour response time. Get same-day response for $35.
– A simple graphic aggregator with no specific requirements or disallowed topics.
– A directory that understands the SEO value of graphics and doesn’t charge you for submission.
– A Tumblr account that curates high quality infographics. Use the “ask me anything” option to submit.
– An unbranded aggregator that has very few guidelines and offers free submission.
– Dustin Smith’s curated blog. Great if you can get on, but not real fixed source of submissions is available.
– The blog of the president of InfoNewt and a participant in many data visualization summits.
– An aggregator for home and domestic life infographics, ranging from travel to DIY.
– An aggregator for UK-based culture and design, with an emphasis on décor.
– Home of the Personalist, a feed of daily infographic submissions on a wide range of subjects.
– A basic infographic aggregator that asks for an initial contact before submission, to hide the $350 fee.
– A basic Tumblr infographic stream that shares short descriptions and links as well.
– A simple but low-traffic infographic aggregator that also works to increase social exposure.
– Another Tumblr run by a person who just happens to love data visualization. Wow them to get in.
– A multilingual and globally present infographic feed that doesn’t shy away from foreign topics.
– A Tumblr aggregator with a slick layout. They require a 100 word description with your infographic.
– An older site, but it checks out. Asks for a $20 fee for submission.
– An infographic creator service that also shares graphics produced with their service.
– A specialized aggregator that leans heavily towards education and technology topics. Also accepts blog posts.
– An aggregator of various science and science fiction infographics, among other topics.
– A nicely designed gallery of infographics that range of many topics.
– FastCompany prefers innovative topics and perspectives on unique events.
– A general image hosting site with a huge userbase to browse your content.
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120+ Infographic Directories List
– A content visualization service that shares your content but requires you to join. $39 annually.
– A Tumblr infographic aggregator that emphasizes pop culture and interesting graphics over business topics.
– A company in partnership with Progressive to dig deep into analyzing communications topics via infographic.
– Another graphic design service that will host and promote graphics created with said service.
– Contrary to the name, they aren’t limited entirely to health topics.
– One of the few aggregators for complex interactive HTML5 infographics, hosting them via link.
– A Tumblr account that aggregates infographics posted on HuffPo. Unclear whether it’s affiliated.
– A personal Tumblr account of a user who very much loves data visualization, particularly interesting topics.
– A Tumblr run by a team of people who like reviewing and aggregating charts, graphs, and infographics.
– An image aggregator much like 9Gag and Pinterest. Requires a free account.
– A high-profile web host that loves unique content, but requires an account to maintain control over that content.
– A premium directory using CommentLuv, with no submission guidelines.
– An infographic aggregator that covers “hipster” and millennial topics.
– An infographic aggregator that hails from Canada, and thus has a unique perspective compared to most.
– A UK-based aggregator that charges 20 pounds for submission, but offers guaranteed permanent links.
– Warning, somewhat out of date, this site does allow two links in descriptions.
– A low-traffic site with a $50 entry fee, though submission via social methods might be cheaper.
– A stylish UK blog that heavily features infographics, but has an obtuse submission method.
– An aggregator with an infographic creator built in if you want to use it. They also have a cool preview feature.
– A submission site that also includes a third party review and social promotion, but costs $20.
– Another Tumblr, this time not as active as the last few. Still valuable, if they respond.
– Another infographic design team that promotes the graphics they create for you.
– A directory managed by Brian Wallace, requiring an email to submit.
– An alternate version of the above site.
– An active site that serves graphics to mobile users. Asks for a $5 “donation” upon submission for commercial graphics.
– An infographic aggregator that focuses on British audiences and topics.
– A general aggregator that doesn’t shy away from some of the more risqué topics.
– Free submission, but you can pay $25 for same-day posting.
– One of the ten most expensive option on this list, they charge a shocking $75. Make sure it’s worth it before you buy.
– $50 submission fee, but with a high quality link, seven days of homepage feature space, and social sharing.
– One of the most expensive on the list for the same $75 fee, this one is possibly better than the other expensive option.
– Part of a network of other sites, some of which no longer work. This one is still relatively active.
– Free, but additional fees for priority review, a custom description, homepage pins, Pinterest support, and better links.
– A British site with an extra charge for priority, and a 200 pound fee if you want three links and a custom post.
– Free to submit, but a $20 fee gets you priority review. Must be unique and include a description.
– Free submission, requires a 300-word post. If you don’t have a post, they will write one for $25.
– A team of reviewers who rate your infographic and don’t shy away from slamming it if it’s bad.
– Host of thousands of infographics, with incredibly basic free submission.
– The infographic promotion wing of the larger Socialnama business model.
– An active site, but it looks sad, with missing terms and a very basic theme.
– One of the best places to submit, with over 2 million monthly viewers. Charges $20, with more for social promotion.
– Another aggregation Tumblr account that links all graphics back to their source.
– Only publishes infographics it has not published before, but submission is free and easy via Tumblr.
– This one is a little out of date and the submission field is more a suggestion field, but it might work.
– Free, basic submission. The site has a very basic set of terms and conditions as well.
– $10 entry fee plus additional paid options, like a description and pinterest marketing.
– If you use Deviantart, which I don’t necessarily recommend, you can submit graphics via this account.
– Basic submission and a custom description, but a $5 fee for consideration.
– Not a direct submission; rather, you can contact authors who write in the category.
– More of a news site than an infographic hub, you can submit via a tip.
– A picky site that publishes similar content to several others on this list.
– The curated Tumblr for Nerdgraph.com, it syndicates what they publish.
– One of the few infographic sites still online that accepts content from the gambling niche.
– An exclusive site that works well if you fit the niche. You get RSS and Twitter promotion as well.
– The terms on this site suggest that they have exclusive rights to your graphic, so be cautious.
– Basic submission process, tends to prefer SEO, marketing, and internet-related topics.
– This site only opens submissions occasionally, so keep an eye out for them.
– This site only accepts technology and science graphics, and submission is free.
– Another general interest infographic host, with an email submission method.
– This is a Tumblr generally for more humorous and pop culture relevant infographics.
– Pinterest is arguably the best social network for graphical content available today.
– This site specializes in pop culture graphics, and graphics that make great posters.
– This is a large, multi-interest hub for infographics, and charges $40 for entry.
– One of the more interesting sites, it very much has a voice you need to try to match.
– You can submit to the infographic sub, or to any topic- relevant subreddit that you can find.
– Free submissions but very limited to health, environmental and pet-related topics.
– Outreach for more than just infographics, a mixture of free and paid services.
– Another one of the edgier, grittier infographic aggregators.
– A large directory of galleries, into which your infographic can fit.
– An infographic directory that also has a graphic production service attached.
– In a unique twist, this is a Tumblr that asks 10 pounds as submission fee.
– A site with a stylish theme and a basic contact method, free submission.
– A blog with a backlog, the owner recommends contacting him on Twitter first.
– Pioneers in the “guestographics” model, which is identical to the rest of the list.
– Free submission on a stylish page with a reasonable amount of traffic.
– This site knows you care about metrics and lists their Mozrank, Alexa rank,and more. Free submission, requires registration.
– Registration required, and you will need to create your own post and queue it for approval.
– A niche site focusing on money, investing and similar topics.
– Free submission, but also includes animated infographics, HTML5 graphics, and explainer videos.
– Visual content creators and promoters, this is possibly one of the most high profile services on this list.
– In a unique twist, this site doesn’t publish third party infographics, but will brand one of their graphics with your information.
– A broad site with all sorts of visual content, from infographics and slidedecks and beyond.
– Publishers of very beautiful infographics, make sure you’re up to par before submitting.
– $10 to submit to this high profile UK-centric infographic hub.
– Another Tumblr, publishing a wide range of graphics.