As some of you may have heard, I’m leaving RevBuilders. I have to admit, it’s been a sort of bittersweet situation. I am looking forward to helping this organization, but I am disappointed to be leaving a great team of talent and ideas. Scot has taught me quite a bit, as have many of our customers, as well as my fellow team members. I’ve made leaps and bounds in terms of my skills and knowledge. There have been ups and downs, but when you’re constantly learning, it’s a lot more up than down.

Sometimes, particularly as a small business owner, you can’t really do infographics, let alone invest in a ton of stock photos and pretty graphics. I understand this – I’ve seen how much these things can take in terms of time and money. Maybe having a blog with even one picture is a huge deal! I understand. However, as the article points out, we are a visual culture overwhelmed with information. This very blog is threatening to lose your interest with too many words, not enough sub-headlines, and no bullet points (except the ones below). I’m breaking my own rules. I digress, so let’s get to the point – how to help your content be more visual:

by Nathan S Tamara is out today, so I’m filling in her Friday blog slot. Unfortunately, I’m not much of an artist so this post is going to have to go without her classy comics. So, Scot sent this link to me from level343 about how to keep content fresh and keep readers engaged without

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