Eugene Woo’s Visualize.me, a site where you can “visualize” your resume, has over 200,000 subscribers.
The Ryerson Digital Media Zone-founded startup at Yonge & Dundas square in Toronto has now released Venngage, a tool that marketers can use to easily build infographics.
Venngage’s Director of Marketing Lucas Walker says that infographics tend to do best on Pinterest these days.
Pinterest is the rapidly growing image-based social network that exploded on to the social media scene in late 2011 and early 2012. The infographic to your right shows detailed statistics on Pinterest.
The company says that they are looking into ways to add the builder into enterprise solutions like Salesforce.
It currently has over 2,000 members who have built nearly 5,000 infographics since being launched.
More about Visualize Me:
We believe that the traditional text resume is boring, lengthy and long overdue for a makeover. We are creating an online resume format that is beautiful, relevant and fun. We want to enable people to express their professional accomplishments in a simple yet compelling personal visualization. Our vision is to become the future of resumes. We live and breathe our work and love our jobs. more
More about Venngage:
Venngage is an online infographics tool that helps you create and publish custom infographics, engage your viewers, and track your results. more
Reposted from Techvibes
Dan Verhaeghe generally contributes on marketing, mobile, major technology players, entertainment, and new media. Dan has a dozen years of online experience that dates back to the turn of the millennium where he dominated a now non-existent online RPG game for a couple of years at the age of 15.
The RIC blog is designed as a showcase for entrepreneurs and innovation. Our guest bloggers provide a wealth of information based on their personal experiences. Visit Altitude Accelerator for more information on how RIC can accelerate your ideas to market.