Content marketing agency Curated Content has launched Australia’s first Infographic Marketplace – an ecommerce site offering infographic design and delivery.
The Infographic Marketplace is geared towards small and medium businesses. It produces high quality, cost-effective content products, in half the usual production time and without the commitment of a costly agency retainer relationship.
Curated Content managing director Cath Pope said: “We built an online marketplace to make infographic design accessible to everyone.”
“With a great process and an online payment system, our marketplace enables clients to get what they want fast, effectively and at a competitive price.”
“Our infographics start at $900 and we have fixed pricing, which means there’s no cash blowouts at the end of the process.”
Curated Content’s online process enables it to turn around a complex infographic in just two weeks. Once the client has provided an online brief, a team of graphic designers, data journalists, illustrators, copywriters, developers, animators and researchers are put in place to bring the infographic to life.
“Not all clients are created equal. Some need a lot more servicing than others. Our marketplace is for clients who might not have an existing agency relationship, but still want to access great creative products and a highly skilled team capable of bringing those products to life, ” said Cath Pope.
“We believe infographics are one of the most powerful and exciting visual story telling tools available today. We’re really excited that our platform pivot will make these content products widely available to businesses and brands.”
Curated Content is a full-service content marketing agency. It offers content strategy and marketing services including content distribution and amplification. Its products include SEO-driven articles, blogs, web copy, infographics, presentations, motion graphics and video.
Curated Content’s clients include Maurice Blackburn, Qantas, Origin, NAB, Investa, CSIRO, Telstra, SEEK, Commonwealth Bank, Australian Bureau of Statistics, Gumtree, and the Victorian Government.