5 Best and Free Online Infographic creators.

Infographics are very popular right now. They are a great way to present information in a new and visually compelling way. They also have the potential to send your website lots of traffic as they are frequently shared and often go viral.

You don’t have to spend a lot of money to pay a designer to create an Infographics for you. Nor do you have to spend hours trying to create one yourself or learning new software. There are free tools available online to help you create an Infographics quickly and easily. Here are 5 free Infographics creators that you can use:

Visual.ly:

Create and share Infographics quickly with the templates offered on this site. You can also explore other creations to get inspired with ideas for your own designs. When you share your Infographics, you can also get a link back to your site and potential traffic.

Piktochart:

There are 24 themes available (with more to come) to help you create the perfect Infographics for your site. Just add your text and create your Infographics. The free version of the site only offers you three themes. You can get a paid subscription for $9.99 a month or $99 a year.

Creately:

Drag and drop shapes and other elements to create your own custom Infographics. Squares, arrows, and other shapes are available to help you create professional-looking diagrams and charts. There are hundreds of features available, and you can collaborate online to create your Infographics. No registration is required to use this free service.

Inkscape:

This open-source vector graphics editor has capabilities similar to Illustrator, CorelDraw, and Xara X. You can use it to import or create graphics and other visuals. There is also a user and developer community to offer you whatever support you may need to create your Infographics.

Wordle:

This simple tool can create an interesting Infographics out of a blog post, mind map, or other block of text. The Infographics is created from the words themselves, rearranging them into an interesting design. Just plug in your block of text and get your Infographics.

Are there other free tools that you love to use for creating Infographics? Or do you have some paid versions that you love? Share your picks in the comments!

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Lisa Shoreland is currently a resident blogger at Go college, where recently she’s been researching free student grants and scholarships for veterans. In her spare time, she enjoys creative writing and hogging her boyfriend’s PlayStation 3. To keep her sanity she enjoys practicing martial arts and bringing home abandon animals.

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