Publishing my chart to the ChartChannel and improving SEO
1. Chart Titles are Crucial to Your SEO
When creating a public chart, you must enter your chart's title within "Click here to enter Chart Title". This determines your ChartChannel chart page name and URL. Without it, your chart will not publish to the ChartChannel correctly. Take some time wording it and weave in special keywords to direct search engine traffic to your chart.
Yes, you can save the chart as a PDF file. In the studio find Download as PDF under the File menu.
You can share your chart on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn and Google Plus.
If you found a chart online:
- Click on Share on the top left corner of the chart
- Select where you want to share the chart
If you are in the gallery of your account:
- Select Share with my Social Network from the Action menu
- Select which social network to share to
If you are in the studio:
There are several options for sharing your charts. You can share a chart in the following ways:
You can download all of your charts or charts you clipped as a JPG, PNG, or PDF image. There are two options to download your chart as an image:
- Under the "All Charts" section in the library menu of your gallery, highlight the chart you want to download as an image. Go to the "Action" menu and click "Download Image":
All charts made with iCharts are embeddable objects. That means that the chart you created in the iCharts studio can be placed on your web site or blog. Follow these steps to place the chart on your web site:
Your web site visitors can print or download an image of the chart by clipping the chart to their gallery, and then clicking on Download Image. The downloaded image can be saved on the local folder or opened with an image editor. Once opened, the image of the chart can be printed. Note that clipped charts cannot be edited by others.
Yes. Easily collect, organize, and store these prized possessions in your iChart gallery. Your gallery can house original charts that you have created as well as iCharts that you find online. If you see an interesting chart on a website, simply click on the Clip on the top left corner and the chart will be added to your gallery. Clipped charts can be previewed, downloaded as an image, organized into a folder or remove it from their gallery.
Yes! A chart on your website can easily be copied to another site and proliferate online. Those who come across your chart will simply click Share option on the top left corner and copy and paste the embed code into their content management system.
A chart has three possible settings
Sharing your chart with another user is easy! When you share a chart by entering in an email address, the chart is made visible in the user’s gallery. You can share a chart with a colleague, for example, for feedback or you can share with your manager/clients, if you want them to review the chart you are working on. You can share a chart with a friend to show them something you're working on for your blog. Here are the steps involved in sharing a chart: