Divorcing? Remember, Communication is Key.

Review of the Layout:

Perfect theme coordination between topic information and visuals. The chalkboard effect is actually really cute and adds a minimal reminder to the heavy topic of divorce to think of the children involved. The theme attempts to keep the topic on a lighter note, something that is necessary in this context, it is very enjoyable.

Review of the Content:

For the social stigma that divorce with children draws to people, having resources to help make the transition is wonderful and these tips are no different. The tips are all obvious to an outside individual, but when going through emotional turmoil like divorce the simple things can be easily forgotten. It all boils down to one thing, communication. If two parents are not communicating they will not be doing their children any help if they have made the decision to divorce around school starting. Wonderful tips here, definitely forward these to anyone who might need a reminder, keep the children first.

Overall:

Wonderful message to keep communicating even in the worst emotional turmoil most will ever experience. I would rate the whole infographic at 4.8 out of 5. Hopefully more of these can be made in the future and continue to serve as reminders that our children are the most important part of the world and their success is our most important job.

Check out Schultz & Associates who were kind enough to share this piece. If you are just interested in the original infographic check here.

Divorce Before School Starts

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Review of the Layout:

Extremely simplistic look on this infographic, divides the information into short, easily-digestible pieces. The increasing red hue in the background of the numbers is interesting as it draws increasing attention to more urgent points. Overall it is a perfect read.

Review of the Content:

Even though I have never written any professional piece beyond this website I can speak to the truth behind these points, particularly the final four. Always make sure to read what you write aloud to ensure no silly grammatical mistakes have found themselves into your work, keep it on topic for your desired audience, and have another person review it. These tips are very relevant to any kind of writer; I recommend saving this image if you are looking to do any type of professional writing in the future.

Overall:

Wonderful combination of relevant information and digestible format. I would rate this a 4.7 out of 5. Whether you are writing a professional email or looking to break out as an author definitely keep these tips saved and in mind while writing.

Checkout Ken Walker’s full infographic and website here.

FencePencil’s SEO checklist for Google Ranking Factors

Review of the Layout:

As a reviewer I am obligated to announce my bias, I am a sucker for simplistic minimalist color schemes. With that out of the way I must say that for using only three colors this infographic does an incredible job in adding variety to a post while keeping distractions to a minimum. The breaks do seem slightly awkward at points, but they are there as information refreshers in a very long infographic jam-packed with an immense amount of detail. Great use of what space was given, keep it up.

Reviews of the Content:

Google is king. Everyone in the E-commerce knows that if you want to get noticed in our digital age you do everything possible to get noticed by their algorithms. The information here is actually quite exciting to have all in one place. Some of the information is pretty obvious if there is any previous history doing Search Engine Optimization, but the detail here is awesome and really helps anyone new to the game figure it out in a succinct format. I applaud the people at FencePencil for putting this together, it is great for everyone to help refresh or learn.

Overall:

Fantastic information and a wonderful layout that allows the reader to be educated without impediment. I would give this great article a 4.8 out of 5 for its originality and presentation.

 

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