Visual Communication

Visual communication is communication through visual aid and is described as the conveyance of ideas and information in forms that can be read or looked upon. Visual communication in part or whole relies on vision, and is primarily presented or expressed with two dimensional images, it includes: signs, typography, drawing, graphic design, illustration, Industrial Design, Advertising, Animation colour and electronic resources. It also explores the idea that a visual message accompanying text has a greater power to inform, educate, or persuade a person or audience.
Posts about Visual Communication
    • The greatest content marketing case study in history

      By Mark Schaefer I was going through some old files from classes I taught years ago and came across the most beautiful and wonderful content marketing case study. It is my all-time favorite because it touches so many bases and I thought I would pass this along to you for a little fun and inspiration.

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  • Five new content forms rocking the marketing airwaves

    … By Mark Schaefer When I wrote about this idea of Content Shock — the idea that content marketing becomes less sustainable as a strategy as the amount of competitive content increase — I predicted that there would be new innovations in content forms. If we can’t achieve reach for our content organically, or at a reasonable cost, the market…

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  • How your personality aligns with social media content types

    …. Contact Mark to have him speak to your company event or conference soon. Illustration courtesy Flickr CC and Aaron Perkins Tags: content marketing, mark schaefer, psychology and social media, social media best practices Posted in Content distribution, Content Marketing, Most Popular, Pinterest, Psychology and social media, Slideshare presentations, Snapchat, Social Media best practices, Social Media Strategy, visual communication, Writing best practices | No Comments » All posts …

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  • Emoji marketing? You better believe it!

    … is “exactly what you think it is.” The article goes on to provide an example that if someone in Chicago tweets a pizza emoji ?, they could then be targeted with ads by a local pizza restaurant. Emjoi marketing starts with understanding your audience But like every new channel, fad, or form of communication, brands and marketers will need…

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  • Why “rich content” is central to your social media strategy

    … – no. To have the opportunity for real authority on the web and vast reach, you need a certain type of content that has depth and breadth. Every organization active on the social web needs at least one source of “rich content:” A blog. A podcast. A video series. … and in some cases visual content like photography (certainly an organization…

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  • 16 Essential educational resources for the marketing professional

    … By Kiki Schirr, {grow} Contributing Columnist Being a marketer in the digital age is a matter of keeping up with the times. The dynamic world of social media and customer success require the modern marketer to seek out more knowledge constantly. It can feel daunting to keep up at times! I’ve compiled a list of resources for self-educators…

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  • The strategy behind the content

    … At the end of each year I reflect on what I need to do more of or less of … what is working now and what will be working in the coming year. A lot of this reflection is spent on the time I spend creating content. It’s significant. I thought I would share for you my strategic view of the strategy behind the content streams going into 2016. Here’s…

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  • What is the future of blogging?

    … It seems to be that time of year when the “is blogging dead” debate swirls around the social web. Of course it’s not dead, but it is changing … a lot! In this post I will cover three very important issues to the world of blogging: Exactly what is a blog right now? Are blogs as important as they used to be? What is the future of blogging…

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  • How do I create a feast in an era of content snacking?

    …. Storytelling, advertising and content can’t be the same on a mobile device. 4. Visual, visual, visual In an content-overloaded world, the brain can’t focus unless it finds something very useful, and even then it can still be difficult! Visuals are quickly analyzed by the brain.Therefore, you need to create entertaining, yet interesting content, if you want…

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  • The Business Case for Blab: Trust Acceleration

    … The new streaming video platform Blab is all the rage. Is it really this good? Is it going to “stick” or is it the Ello of the month? I am going to say something that I have not said in a long time — this platform is a winner. In fact, this is the best social technology I have seen since Twitter. I think the potential of this platform is vast…

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  • The future of content marketing strategy

    … In this era of complex and overwhelming information density innovation will rule as brands find ways to cut through the clutter. In terms of leading content innovation, there is no better leader to observe than Jay Baer of Convince and Convert. Two years ago I would have introduced Jay as a blogger but that is not nearly sufficient enough…

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  • 14 Data Visualization Tools to Tell Better Stories with Numbers

    … that are orientated towards teaching or static/historical based data sets, such as flags pinned to countries, or birth-places of famous people. Instant Atlas enables information analysts and researchers to create highly-interactive dynamic and profile reports that combine statistics and map data to improve data visualization, enhance communication, and engage…

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  • How to make a living on Vine

    … One morning I woke up to more than 1,000 tweets demanding that I follow a guy named ElJuanPaZurita. Certainly an interesting way to start your day. When I dug down to the bottom of the pile, I discovered that a young man named Juan Pablo Zurita had tweeted me with a request to follow him so we could chat. The tsunami of tweets? His fans trying…

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