Is It Really Free? How to Spot Real Freebies
The infographic has been designed in a colorful and catchy style, making it seem to the reader as if he is going through the pages of a comic book. The spuriousness of the freebies offered by different companies and how they actually profit from it have been clearly depicted.
• The images of different products that are claimed to be “free” make the infographic quite interesting.
• The different strategies used by the entrepreneurs to make money by giving the customers a false notion that the product is free have been integrated into a flowchart, thereby making it very easy to understand.
• Pink and purple are the two colors that have been used for the major portion of the infographic.
• The customer or the user who is shocked to learn that what he had considered to be “free” is actually not so, has been presented in the form of a cartoon over here. This is too funny and adds to the comic factor of the infographic.
• Words and phrases written in capitals and accompanied with exclamation marks make it interesting for the target audience.
• The pictures are suitably used with the content and illustrate them well.
• Presented in a humorous style, the infographic actually conveys a very important message which the buyers should be aware of. Instead of making it seem like serious advice, it has been presented in a lighter way and this makes it more appealing to the readers.
• The font style and size used and the background are suitably chosen.
Buyers are often misled by the so-called freebies offered by various companies. The infographic is successful in its purpose of making them understand the different reasons for which they cannot be considered to be free.