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Got A Problem? We’ll Solve It: The Problem Solver Infographic

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Hot topics are nothing new in regard to material for infographics. This weeks is no different; however, the format is of particular importance. With debt and education at the forefront of debate all around the world, it’s no surprise this infographic has made its way forward. This week, we bring you the problem solver infographic.

The Problem Solver does a few different things. First, it identifies a common issue that seems to plague most everyone. Second, it lays out the information in a manner that people understand, often elaborating on certain aspects of an issue to really educate the audience on where the problem really lies. And finally, as all good problem solvers should, it gives tips on how to avoid being one of the many that are sucked into the issue.

Here’s a good example of this kind of infographic that you could think about including as part of your content marketing plan. Student loan debt is most definitely a problem most of us are affected by in some way, shape or form. With the possibility of interest rates doubling over the next month or so, it is important to figure out where you stand and how to make the best decisions for your future. How much money is too much money, in terms of school tuition? How much will you have to pay back? Is it really going to be worth it in the end? These are all great questions to ask yourself when entering into a loan agreement and are particularly addressed in this infographic.

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About the Author

Brian Wallace is the President of NowSourcing, Inc., a premier social media firm specializing in infographic design, development and content marketing promotion. The company is based in Louisville, KY and works with companies that range from small business to Fortune 500.

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