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Infographic Launched by Melbourne SEO Services to Help Oldfields Sheds Customers

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Melbourne SEO Services recently launched a new infographic for their client Oldfields. The infographic titled “How to find the right garden shed” helps customers pick the ideal garden shed using user-friendly graphics.

Melbourne, Australia – March 28, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Melbourne SEO Services, one of Australia’s leading online marketing companies, recently released an informative infographic for their client Oldfields to add weight to their DIY expertise as well as help them get more traffic.

Infographics are a great tool to present valuable information through graphics, since “a picture tells a thousand words.” It is a visual representation of knowledge, facts, stats and other data used to present complex information quickly and clearly. As David Jenyns, Director at Melbourne SEO Services, explains “An image can convey so much more than words can, and that’s why the popularity of infographics is heating up! The best infographics are fun & interesting – and compelling enough for people to want to share. And that’s where they become really valuable to you and your business!”

The specific infographic prepared exclusively for Oldfields is titled “How to find the right garden shed” and aims to help Oldfields’ customers pick the best garden shed for their home. The graphic’s goal is to make the selection of a garden shed effortless.

The Melbourne-based online marketing company’s infographic service allows businesses to easily choose the right graphic for them in two simple steps:

1. Choose the type. The most popular ones are information graphics, process graphics, and “how to” graphics.

2. Select the right format.

Mr. Jenyns explains that when an infographic becomes popular, it will be highly shared and give the client more and more exposure, while positioning them as an expert and market leader in their industry. “The key thing to remember though is that an infographic is not direct advertising. If you simply produce an advertisement dressed up as an infographic, people will see through it and not pass it on.”

Infographics from Melbourne SEO Services are a one-time investment that costs only $4951. The Basic Pack provides only a web-based image, the Print Pack includes an additional A4 print ready version while the Poster Pack includes all the above and an A3 print ready version also. For further information visit the company’s website today.

The Oldfields infographic can be viewed here: http://visual.ly/how-find-right-garden-shed

About Melbourne SEO

MelbourneSEOServices.com is a full service online marketing consultancy, based in Australia, but with a worldwide client base. Known for being at the cutting edge of strategic online marketing practices, the company delivers a growing suite of services including: on-page and off-page search engine optimisation, article distribution, Google Places listing, press release services, web video production, one-on-one consulting and much more.

Melbourne SEO Services Director, David Jenyns, has, over several years, built a team of experts who are niche experts to support the business, and who share his ethos for ethical, professional internet marketing.

Contact Info:
Name: David Jenyns
Email: info@melbourneseoservices.com
Phone: 1300662979
Organization: Melbourne SEO Services

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