Published December 11th in SEO by Eric Sornoso

One of the marketing techniques we’ve mentioned on this blog before is the idea of infographic marketing. We’ve talked about using StumbleUpon to grow graphics, among other things. One aspect about marketing that I tend to gloss over, though, is the directory submission. The more exposure your graphic gets, the more links and traffic it can generate.
That’s why I’ve compiled this list. There are over 150 locations you can share your post, and as of the publication date of this article, they all work. That is, they are all functional, existing sites. In the process of compiling this list, I scanned a dozen other lists and found a ton of the sites listed have been removed or expired since publication of those lists.
I have a few warnings before you read the list, assuming you’ve stuck with me this far. For one thing, you’re probably not going to want to submit to every one of these sites. Pick your favorite 10 or 20 or what have you. Submitting to all of them is hugely time consuming. Secondly, many of these sites are niche, so only specific types of graphics will do well. Third, some of these will be paid graphic sites. It’s up to you if you feel the…

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