Best Sites to Submit Your Infographics (2016)
[Updated 9/2016] I have updated this list, adding a few new infographic submissions sites and removing sites that are no longer active and removing a few that are no longer relevant. Hopefully this makes your time submitting infographics more efficient while yielding better results.
If you have a site to add, please leave the URL and a description in the comments. We will move it onto the list after approving it.
Unlike other sites that collect and share informative, visually stunning graphics, Infographics Showcase charges a fee for a guaranteed submissions. Their submission page includes a link to a check out page. You also get a Facebook mention and a twitter post to your blog post on InfographicsShowcase.com.
Cool Infographics collects, as the name suggests, dazzling, fun, interesting and excellent information graphics. Note that it’s not a hosting website, but a sharing site. The website owner picks out images that are cool enough to make the cut. Here’s a link to the contact page where you can send your submissions.
Don’t let the .co fool you. This infographic site is for real. It has an excellent SEMRush history, always rising.Click here to submit your infographic.
Here is where you can submit, reference and enjoy information graphics. Just sign up to get an account and you can start submitting. A great thing about Visual.ly is that your profile can serve as your online portfolio, making the site ideal for designers and publishers.
Authored by Killer Infographics, this site has a homepage that’s styled in an innovative, gallery-type layout. Their collection is filled with statistical and historical information as well as pieces of trivia. Hand over your infographic by filling out a form, which can be found here.
What makes this site unique is that aside from accepting submissions, it also provides a list of websites for distributing information graphics (much like our list here).Once your image is approved, it will also appear on the site’s Twitter and Facebook accounts. Click here for the submission page.
The site is made of a group of programmers and designers who enjoy fun, valuable infographics. Their pictorial presentations are informative and creative, and they also accept submissions, which may be free or paid. Infographics Archive can guarantee that paid submissions will be posted. There are different packages to choose from if you go for guaranteed submissions. Check out their online submission form here.
Daily Infographic creates pictorial illustrations of data, collects from everywhere on the Internet, and accepts submissions. They make sure to publish only stunning, information-filled graphics. If you want your graphics featured on the site, here is where to go.
InfographicPost’s gallery of information visuals brings creatively crafted statistical images to the Web. The site is updated every week and all industries are welcome to submit. Here are instructions for submissions.
Pure Infographics is a place where graphic visualizations are stored, shared, enjoyed and used as reference. The site continues to gather well-designed, interesting and innovative projects. There’s a $40 charge for every submission. If your post gets approved, it will appear both on the site and its Twitter account. Submit here.
A blog dedicated to data visualizations, the site accepts infographics about different topics. The people behind the blog also offer marketing and graphic design services. There are instructions on the submission page you must follow to send in your images. Update: They now have a PR of 0 so they may have a Google penalty.
The site focuses on both pictorial and video infographics. Video Infographic also offers video infographic services. The images vary in complexity, design and topic. Submitting is easy and free. Just go here.
Daily Statistic makes sure to link to the original creators. Sharing the images to social networks is easy because the site includes social media buttons at the bottom of each post. To see your pictorial presentations on the website, submit through here.
Infographic Love has a Pinterest-like layout. It features some of the most creative infographics of the SEO, online marketing and tech niches, and it includes a wide range of categories. You have to pay a review fee of $40 before your submission gets approved. Here is where to go for submissions.
Unlike other sites that collect and share informative, visually stunning graphics, Infographics Inspiration charges a fee for submissions. Their submission page includes a link to a check out page.
Allows one link with the submission of your infographic. A decent Alexa ranking (under 300K) make it a worthwhile site to submit to and many of the infographics have social media votes, making us think this site is visited often.
As with many infographic sites you can submit freely, but something that sets this site apart is the minimum word count of 600 words if you submit. This is a good idea as only serious submissions will likely come in and the content on each will be enough to help the infographics ranks based on the content and not just the imagery.
They are publishing regularly and have an Alexa ranking of 388K which isn’t bad for an infographic site. They charge $15 and will publish on their social media sites.They do require a unique 100 word description with your infographic submission. They do offer free submissions but it may not see the light of day.
Add your infographic site to the comments for possible inclusion on this list of infographic sites that accept submission. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
These infographic sites are no longer online or not updating regularly.
http://www.bestinfographics.info (not updated recently)
Video and graphical infographics are both features on this blog, which claims to have the best infographics in the world. Indeed, its informational pictures are quite astounding and you can learn a lot from them. Sending them your projects is easy — just drop them a line or two here.
http://www.onlyinfographic.com (not updated recently)
This infographic repository and blog has some topics that you might not find in other infographic sites. It has information related to online dating and celebrity gossip aside from topics on business, technology, science and lifestyle. Also, there are humorous posts that may not be 100% factual. Click here for the site’s contact page.
This is a community of people dedicated to sharing graphical information. Social issues, the latest news and all kinds of activities are depicted here through data and design. Create an account to submit your stuff. Visualizing.org accepts images, videos, standalone HTML files, SWF files, Java files and PDFs.
Brilliantly designed infographics are arranged into categories, and you can submit PDFs, images and videos. Love Infographics also offers graphic design services for anyone who needs data visualizations. The best thing about them is that they provide a no obligation quote and offer advice even if you don’t proceed with getting their services. You must register and log in first before sending your work.
http://datavisualization.ch (not updated recently)
Data Visualization is a vast resource of information and news displayed in the form of visuals. Datavis.tumblr.com is actually organized by Data Visualization. The infographic sharing site aims to deliver research findings, self-initiated studies, and even opinions. An online submission form is available on the site and doesn’t require you to log in. You can also send your projects simply by hitting them up on Twitter via @datavis.
http://datavis.tumblr.com (not updated recently)
For most users, Tumblr is for fun, laughs, entertainment and slaking Internet addiction. To date, 71.6 million posts are created everyday, and there are now more than 69.4 million blogs and over 29.8 billion total posts on the site. That’s seriously big stuff. Submitting pictorial representations is easy. You can either make your own Tumblr blog, or submit to blogs that collect infographics, like this one. Datavis.tumblr.com combines data with eye candy graphs, charts, diagrams and maps.
http://www.reddit.com/r/Infographics (no longer allows direct links)
Reddit has a specific subreddit dedicated to infographics. The social news website reached 100,000 visitors at one point in January and 200,000 in August (due to U.S. President Obama’s Ask Me Anything session), and it’s the 121st most visited site according to Alexa. What’s more, Reddit is slowly taking over Digg. The online bulletin board is a website to be reckoned with if you’re in web promotion. To submit, all you need is an account. Once you’re registered and logged in, just click on “Submit a link” to send links to your graphics. If you’re submitting from a subreddit, scroll down to get to the submit button.
http://vizualarchive.com/ (no longer accepts submissions)
Vizual Archive showcases the latest infographics; each post includes a unique intro and is shared on their social media accounts. Submissions cost $35, but discounted packages are available to agencies and sites that publish many infographics. Sign up for a monthly plan on their plans page.