Infographics are a powerful tool that companies and marketers can use to capture the attention of their target audiences. In fact, according to AnsonAlex, publishers who use infographics grow an average of 12% more in traffic than those who don’t. Infographics allow you to present what would normally be hard-to-digest information, in a way that readers can enjoy and understand. The problem lies in finding the time and resources to do so.
That’s why we’ve created ten fully customizable templates that will give you the inspiration and foundation you need to build your own infographics right in PowerPoint. But first, let’s dive into some tools you can use to customize these templates.
The contract is signed. You’ve had the new client celebration within your agency. Everyone is ready to get to work.
It’s the beginning of a new — and profitable — relationship.
But you’ve done this before, and you know that this feeling of excitement and accomplishment can quickly mutate into resentment and stress. The client is unreachable for weeks, or he expects something that wasn’t included in the contract.
The relationship becomes confusing and frustrating before you’ve even sent out the first invoice.
The first 90 days will set the tone for your relationship, and if you hope to retain this client, then you need to prepare and develop an onboarding process that proves you are the right agency.
You can’t let the client begin to doubt his decision.