How Mini Infographics Improve On-Page SEO | Social Media and Healthcare |

People don’t actually want to read. They actually only want two simple things: to skim content, and to get an answer immediately.


There is a way to write fewer words, to reduce your bounce rates, and to increase your rankings.




By using mini infographics and structuring your content in an entirely different way, to appeal to those 6th graders that you’re writing for.


People want to see more breaks in the content


Not just that -


They want to see more visual breaks in the content


-more likely to actually spend time on blog pages that were broken up by multiple headers, with a clear indication of what was to come.


-  more likely to select articles that had a break in text and showcased a mini infographic or other forms of visual content, every 100 words or so.


check the full article at to learn how you can use mini infographics to connect to your readers as well as improve your on-page SEO