Infographics have many metrics for success, but one of the most common is links. Of course, to get links it's far easier if you provide bloggers with embed code. Use this embed code generator to create code that any blogger can copy/paste into their HTML editor to post your infographic.

NOTE: All URLs must include http:// or your code won't work!

URL of Your Infographic Blog Post:

URL of Your Infographic Image (must end in .jpg, .gif or .png):

Keyword:

Target URL:


If you want to generate basic code that you can email to anyone to repost your infographic, click the button above and copy the code immediately blow.




If you want to place a text box on the same post as your infographic, please click the above button and use this code instead. Simply copy the code below and paste it into the HTML editor of your blog or website directly under your infographic.

Where did you originally post your infographic on your website? This URL should be one where your infographic appears as part of your website and is usually a blog post URL.

This URL should end in .jpg, .gif, or .png. To find this URL, go to the URL of Your Infographic Blog Post and right click on your infographic. Choose "view image" from the menu that appears. You will be directed to a page where your infographic rests against a white background with nothing else. Copy the URL in your browser wondow and paste that in the 2nd text field above.

What keyword do you want linked to in your embed code? This can either be the name of your website, or a word you are trying to rank for in Google.

What page of your website do you want people to visit when they click on the keyword link? For instance, if your keyword is your website title, then you should put your homepage URL here. If your keyword is your infographic title, then you should put the infographic URL here.

Where did you originally post your infographic on your website? This URL should be one where your infographic appears as part of your website and is usually a blog post URL.

This URL should end in .jpg, .gif, or .png. To find this URL, go to the URL of Your Infographic Blog Post and right click on your infographic. Choose "view image" from the menu that appears. You will be directed to a page where your infographic rests against a white background with nothing else. Copy the URL in your browser wondow and paste that in the 2nd text field above.

What keyword do you want linked to in your embed code? This can either be the name of your website, or a word you are trying to rank for in Google.

What page of your website do you want people to visit when they click on the keyword link? For instance, if your keyword is your website title, then you should put your homepage URL here. If your keyword is your infographic title, then you should put the infographic URL here.