Ultimate Visme Review and Guide for Creating Infographics and Presentations

What, why, and how to use Visme for creating engaging content easily

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Visme review and guide for creating engaging content

Do you use presentations in your business or office meetings?

Would you like to create infographics for your blog?

What if you know that there is a tool that helps you do both – create infographics and presentations, and much more!

It can create any type of engaging content, like banners, reports, slides, and even impressive images, just like the one you see on this post.

Yes, I’ve created the image you see above and a few others in this post using the tool I’m talking about – it’s called Visme.

Not just blogs and businesses, but even students, teachers, and all types of professionals can use Visme to create better content.

This is a Visme guide and review, where I’ll explain everything about Visme and take you on a tour to show how to use Visme, and report my observations and assessment.

Visme is a free service with the ability to upgrade to a premium plan if you ever need more features.

Please note that I’ve been provided with the premium version by Visme. Therefore, my review might feature a few things that you may not find in the free version.

This is a comprehensive review about Visme, so you might want to bookmark this post to refer to later.

What Is Visme

Visme is an online application. It helps you create visual content for blogs and businesses, schools and institutions, offices and organizations.

To be more elaborate, Visme is a web-based service to create digital content in the form of presentations, infographics, and other forms of visual content.

Once the digital content is created, it can only be published in the Visme hosting environment, embedded to a website, or downloaded for offline use, depending on your Visme plan.

Visme Home Page

I’ve used the term digital content because Visme not only allows you to use images and text but also lets you weave in audio and video in your creations.

I definitely agree that Visme is a great tool and resource to translate your ideas into engaging digital content.

In fact, my assessment is that Visme is a 4-in-1 multimedia application. It acts as a:

  • Creation platform – Visme provides you the tools and resources to compose audio, icons, images, text, and video, in creative and interesting ways to produce compelling content.
  • Storage – Visme also acts as cloud storage for all your creations. You can access your project from any place and any device.
  • Engagement medium – Visme makes your published work interactive by allowing comments and engaging on social media by providing social share options.
  • Lead generation tool – Visme helps you generate leads for your blog or business by enabling registration to view the digital content.

Isn’t it wonderful to have one application help you in so many ways?

The more I study Visme and learn about its several feature and uses, the more I fall in love with it. 🙂

Do you want a sneak-peek to know what you can really do with Visme? Watch this short video below.

What do you think?

I know what you are thinking – you can do a LOT with Visme.

“Check out the review of Visme – a multi-purpose online application for creating awesome digital content.”

You might have two more questions in your mind – do you really need to use it, and it might be difficult to learn it.

Well, when I started using Visme, I had these questions in my mind, and I got the answers to them. Let me share them as it might help you.

Why You Should Use Visme

Visme makes creating content easy.

Till date, I’ve been using the image editing software Adobe Photoshop to create images for my blog posts. Since I’ve some experience working on this application, creating images using it is easy for me.

However, there are a few drawbacks while using a traditional image editing application:

1) You do not have access to many essential icons and shapes to use on the images.

2) You have to seek external resources to search for images that you need to work on.

3) You cannot make charts and diagrams with ease and speed.

4) You’ve limited ways to design your text in the image.

5) You need to have the software installed on your computer or laptop.

Additionally, as a blogger, I don’t always need the advanced features of Adobe Photoshop or any other image-editing or creating software.

In fact, the less the features, the more simpler it gets for me. What I need is just the essential features that make it easy for me to create visual content and save me time doing it.

There are many image-editing applications online, but they don’t provide the versatility like that of Visme, which is also called as the Swiss knife of visual content!

“Visme is the ‘Swiss knife of visual content’ – check out the ultimate guide and review.”

Visme also has the right tools and resources to create infographics; it’s something that I always wanted to do and was on the lookout for a good tool.

It has readymade templates, icons just about for anything, and special infograph widgets.

Talking of creating presentations, Visme is a good alternative to Microsoft PowerPoint.

Again, you do not need all the features and complexities of PowerPoint when your needs are few and simple. That is why Visme is one of the leading presentation tools online.

Visme also offers a simple method to animate the presentation objects or add motion to any object in the presentation. (Check it out in my Visme presentation)

Visme has just the features you need to create simple, but effective presentations. It does not burden you with more-than-required features and keeps your learning curve pretty flat too.

I like Visme for these reasons.

Visme is a simple tool to translate your ideas into engaging content

How To Use Visme

Getting started with Visme is easy. I hope you saw the video at the beginning of this post. It gives you some idea of how to use Visme.

If you’ve used any image editing or presentation creating an application before, you will find it easy to understand and use Visme.

However, even if you’re a starter, it’s no big deal. Understanding and using Visme is easy because its interface is very intuitive and self-explanatory.

If you ever face any problem, you have many instructional guides, how-to’s, and tips and tricks on their site.

You can even contact the support and receive a timely response.

Creating Infographics and Presentations Using Visme

The beauty of Visme lies in its simplicity.

There are only two essential components of Visme – the design area and the tools.

You’re like an artist when working on Visme – with an idea in your head, a canvas in front of you, and a tool palette in your hand.

Just as the artist creates a masterpiece using the brush and a variety of tools, you also use many tools and its various options to create engaging content.

The basic application layout, tools, and resources, are the same, irrespective of what type of visual content you want to create using Visme.

Visme design area showing the tools and sidebars

Design Area

I find that the only difference between all the typical visual content on Visme is the “Canvas Size”. You can use the default banner, infographic, and presentation size options, or create your own custom sizes.

There are hundreds of readymade infographic and presentation templates available on Visme that can help you start working right away.

You can always change the name of your creation, show grid, or use the snap to objects options to facilitate easy placement of objects.

Whatever you create on the canvas using the tools is called an object. There can be any number of objects on your canvas or every slide, and these can be animated by making them appear in a timeline.

All objects, whether text, shape, or image, when left-clicked show a bounding box with corner handles and a rotation symbol, which help to stretch, compress, or rotate the objects by clicking and dragging.

Left-clicking also brings up a vertical menu with the options to change the color of the object, the layer position, copy the object, hyperlink it, apply opacity, and delete the object.

Right-clicking pops up a menu with the options to arrange, copy, paste, duplicate, lock, unlock, and delete the object.

If you’re creating a presentation, you can easily add slides by clicking on the “+” button on the right sidebar.

You can always delete, duplicate, or hide the slides by clicking on the gear icon on the right sidebar slide thumbnail. You can also select the slide transition effect and its trigger.

You can re-order the slides by simply clicking and dragging them in the right sidebar.

You always have the options to redo, undo, and zoom in or out. You can simply change the slide size by dragging the bottom bar.

I really like the simplicity of the design area. Not having too many options and menus is a blessing – it leaves me with fewer things to manage and think about.

Toolbox containing the eight tools of Visme

Tools

The toolbar on the left-hand side of the workspace displays eight tools. They are the background, text, shapes and icons, images, chart and widgets, video, audio, and HTML code tools.

Background – By default, the background tool is selected when you create a new canvas or Visme.

You have the option to choose one of the existing background patterns for your slide, have no background at all, or create your own solid color, gradient color, or an image background.

Text – The text tool consists of three parts – regular text, animated text, and text widgets.Visme Text Tool

The regular text gives you the option to create normal text, title, quotes, and bulleted text.

The animated text gives you the option to animate the text in three different ways for presentations or animated banners.

The text widget gives you the option to write a text within different kind of shapes. This is something that is very helpful in enhancing the visual impact of your creative work.

When you left-click on any text object, you also see a settings menu with options and a text formatting bar on the top.

  • You can use the menu options of settings to fill the text box with color, add padding and spacing in the text, transform the text, and apply a shadow or boundary to the text box, etc.
  • You can change the text font and choose from over 100 professional fonts, size, color, and apply other formatting using the text formatting bar.

You can apply a font/style to a single word and maintain a different font/style for the rest of the text block.

The Visme text tool literally takes care of all the text formatting needs. However, I wish I also had the option to add an outline to my text. 🙂

Shapes & Icons – The shapes and icons tool helps you depict besides the basic shapes, lines, and arrows, the icons for different aspects related to Visme shape toolblog and business in your creative work.

The various options include shapes and icons for people, health & medical, science & technology, decorative elements, gestures, buttons, logos, talking bubbles, and much more.

You also have access to menus by left and right clicking on the shapes to perform more actions.

I think the shape tool is one of the features that attracted me to Visme. This is very useful in creating infographics apart from other visual content.

Images – The images tool gives you two options – place an image on the canvas from the image repository of Visme or upload your own image.

  • You can conduct a search for the image of your choice using your keyword in the search box.
  • Left-clicking on the image brings up additional menu options to crop and replace the image. It also has the effects options to apply opacity, reflection, and drop shadow on the image.
  • Right clicking on the image give you the additional options to flip and replace the image.

I certainly have more image editing options in Adobe Photoshop but I rarely use them in creating the images for infographics and presentations. The reflection feature here is what you might not find elsewhere.

Visme chart tool

Charts, Graphs & Widgets – The charts, graphs, and widgets tool help you visualize your data.

Clicking on ‘Make a Chart” brings up a window where you can enter your data and depict it graphically in the form of a bar graph, pie graph, donut graph, normal graph, scatter plots, and other visualization ways.

You can customize the chart regarding colors and text using the settings option, and insert it as an object in your creative content.

You can also import spreadsheet data and generate a chart on the fly from the imported data.

Double-click on the chart to edit the data and replace the chart with the revised version automatically.

The Visme chart tool and options is no doubt much simpler than that of Microsoft PowerPoint.

And then there are the “Infograph Widgets” that help depict figures and stats in graphical terms on the infographics.

Video – The video tools helps you insert a YouTube or Vimeo video in your presentation.

You simply have to insert the video link and choose from the options to show the control bar, auto-play, make the video play in a loop, or keep it muted.

Audio – The audio tool lets you select a musical score from the inbuilt free Visme audio library, add your own audio in the.MP3 format, or record the audio in your own voice.

  • You can add a unique audio to each slide.
  • After you attach the audio to the slide, clicking on the gear icon and more settings gives you the options to fade in or out the music, start playing it after a certain duration, adjust the volume, and play it in a loop.

HTML – The HTML tool helps you to insert iframes by pasting the code into the box and clicking on “Done”.

You can insert the iframes banner code of your affiliate, a corporate badge, etc.

For me, Visme fulfills all my image editing, infographics creation, and presentation making requirements that I used to fulfill by working on two different applications – Adobe Photoshop and Microsoft PowerPoint.

“One amazing application for creating infographics and presentations – check out the Visme review & guide.”

I find it amazing that these eight Visme tools offer the features and functionalities of many advanced image creating and presentation making applications. You literally get to do everything using Visme.

Tip – You can always preview any slide/slides even when it is not published and your work also gets auto-saved, however, you can always manually save it too.

Publishing Visme Creative Content

You have the option to publish your engaging content created with Visme in three ways:

Share – You can share the link of your awesome content on Visme to your accounts on the social media directly through the Visme publish box. You can even email the link of your published work.

Embed – You can embed the HTML code of your published work on any blog or site by simply copying and pasting the code there.

The good thing is that you can embed your published work in a responsive mode so it can be viewed on any device, including mobiles and tablets.

Download – You can download your published work as a JPG or PNG image, PDF document, or as an HTML5 document.

Visme Publish Download Options

There are more publishing features that might interest you as mentioned below.

You also get access to many publish settings such as allow or disallow the display of profile, social shares, comments, background music, control bar, and other settings.

This means, if you use Visme to showcase your work, you get so many additional options to make your content engaging and go viral.

You can also select to autoplay the animations in the slides, advance the slides automatically, and put them into a loop.

Visme Publish Settings

Bloggers, Internet marketers, and businesses can collect leads or viewer information through a registration form that can be made compulsory to view the content. The leads will be available in the Visme Dashboard, which can later be downloaded.

Visme Leads Generation Diagram

I guess the ability to generate leads makes Visme a better choice to host your slideshows than elsewhere.

Needless to say, you have full privacy control to make your content public, private, or password protected.

Accessing Analysis of Visme Content Traffic

Finally, Visme offers you advanced analytics to gauge the effectiveness of your digital content creation and promotion.

Visme Analytics

The analytics section on the dashboard shows the total visits, unique visits, average visit time, referrals, and other details of the content that is viewed on your Visme content page.

Wrapping It Up

Visme is the savior and solution for those who do not have the experience of designing. It’s a boon for those who prefer a single application for multiple purposes and want a quick and simple way to create professional digital content.

I can write more about Visme but I fear this post will get too lengthy. Instead, I created a short presentation using Visme so you can get a feel of the Visme presentation capabilities.

Check out my Visme presentation

Here’s the recap of who, what, and why of Visme –

Who Can Use Visme

  • Bloggers
  • Marketing and Business professionals
  • Teachers
  • Students
  • Designers
  • Non-profit Organizations, etc.

Visme can be used by just anybody and everybody, and it is especially great for those with no designing experience.

What Can Be Created Using Visme

  • Blog post images
  • Website banners
  • Infographics
  • Presentations
  • Animations
  • Reports

All visual content needs can be fulfilled to create engaging content.

Why Should You Use Visme To Create Visual Content

  • Bring your stories and data to life
  • Simple tool to translate your ideas
  • Create engaging content quickly
  • Single application for multi-purpose uses
  • Access analytics and generate leads
  • Online-based software with team capability

Visme also offers special features for teams – all users can organize their projects in folders and collaborate with other team members. As the admin, you can manage their access levels by setting permissions, and manage and track the activities of each user.

Creating engaging presentations and infographics by Visme team colloboraiton

Visme helps you become a better presenter, communicator, and storyteller; all while saving you time and the costs implicated in acquiring expensive programs or hiring an expert to do it for you.

The ability to publish a project and access it in various forms also gives Visme an edge over other online tools.

There might be many infographics and presentation tools online, but Visme is any day better because it is easy to learn and use by courtesy of its drag and drop features, and allows full capacity to create content that services the specific needs.


PROS

Everything! It’s been an awesome experience working on Visme. It’s my new home. 🙂

CONS

While there aren’t any, the images resource search option could probably be improved, so the search results deliver exactly the images you require.


If you find any feature that is not up to your expectation or not there at all on Visme, you can use the feedback to share your ideas and they might even be incorporated in the future versions of Visme.

Though the free basic Visme plan with limited features is good enough, I’d say that for less than 25 cents or 55 cents per day, even the standard and complete premium plans are a steal deal.

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Over To You –

What do you think of Visme? How do you create your digital content? Would you try out Visme for free to create your images, infographics, and presentations? Please share your views in the comments. Thank you.

Disclosure: We are an affiliate of Visme and will earn a commission if you make any purchase, however, you’d NOT have to pay extra in any way. That said, the basic Visme plan is free and does not require a purchase. The opinions expressed in the post are my own and I’m a user of Visme.



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  1. Swadhin

    February 27, 2017 at 10:34 am

    Hello Vinay sir,
    Loved the review. Seems like a great way to create and design presentations as well as infographics. Since I am not a photoshop user, Visme is a great option.
    I have previously used snappa, and now using canva which is also great.
    The limitation of free images/icons there is an issue.

    Will check out Visme for sure.

    -Swadhin

  2. Nirmal Kumar

    November 5, 2016 at 6:47 pm

    You have made a good review on Visme. I have tried Visme. It satisfied me with its featured tools for creating good images for my blog. Also, it helped me to create some attractive infographics. They have a wide range of infographics template. This makes the process of creating infographics look so simple.

    Looking for more updates from Visme.

  3. Vivek Chanda

    March 12, 2016 at 7:01 pm

    This is so great that I am so excited playing with Visme. You know I use Inkscape and Corel draw on the Pc while online I use Canva to design my images.

  4. vicky

    March 8, 2016 at 12:37 am

    Hi,
    I think this is a perfect detailed review of Visme and any review should be like this only. In case of Visme then I would like to use it for making infographics.

  5. Mi Muba

    March 1, 2016 at 6:37 pm

    Hi Vinay
    I heard a lot about Visme but the way you explained each and every point about it is commendable. Each detail does show your level of hard work while creating this post like you do mostly while creating a review to help solve a given problem of your readers.
    The most amazing thing of this product is its availability both as freemium and premium that enables a buyer to first try its free version and then go for the premium one.
    In this age of stiff competition it is must to put as much diversity in contents as possible and it will surely help achieve this cause.
    Many thanks for sharing this very informative post about this quite useful product.
    Have a super successful rest of the week.

    • Vinay Kachhara

      March 1, 2016 at 7:35 pm

      Hi Mi Muba,

      Thanks for your kind words.

      I did work a lot on the Visme review and I’m glad it’s proved to be helpful to you.

      Yes, the free use option really helps. And Visme is not free for a limited period, but forever. Of course, certain features would be limited or not available, even then it’s a good deal to test it and even make use of it for your basic infographics and presentation needs.

      Visual content does increase engagement and I’d say it’s worth the efforts to create them.

      Thanks for visiting and sharing your awesome views. You too have a great week ahead!

  6. Donna Merrill

    February 29, 2016 at 9:30 pm

    Hi Vinay,

    Who doesn’t need a “swiss knife” graphic program?

    Visme sounds like the real deal, for sure. I love that is has a free level, too.

    Graphics and images are all the rage online. Whether you use them on your blog, to update your Facebook status, send an Instagram, blast out a tweet, or anything else. You need to connect with people visually. But it’s not an easy chore, very time consuming… you really need a specially dedicated place to get all this done fast and easy.

    Thanks for sharing with us the swiss knife that can help make all this happen fast, easy and all in one place.

    -Donna

    • Vinay Kachhara

      March 1, 2016 at 7:34 pm

      Hi Donna,

      Definitely a swiss knife – it handles graphics, images, and animations. So, you can use it for creating images, infographics, and presentations.

      I agree with you that it’s better if you have everything at one place and have less things to manage. Especially when it’s online, it takes care of the added task of storage and distribution.

      The free level would give you a good idea of how you can get the best out of Visme and get all your tasks done. If you need any help, do not hesitate to contact me.

      Thanks for visiting and sharing your expert thoughts.

  7. Rachel Wolany

    February 29, 2016 at 11:34 am

    Hey Vinay,

    I have been seeing a lot of Visme lately. I thought it would be well over my head. I did watch the two minute video because I haven’t yet tried my hand at infographics.

    But as I reading down the post there is a whole lot more that I know I would be able to do. I love the idea of the little icons and showing them off in a professional manner. I got a thing for icons that move and me having the knowledge to do it.

    I too like simplicity making things look professional, so this package certainly has my attention. I may just give it a go.

    Thanks for the review, I had been wondering.

    Rachel.

    • Ikechi Awazie

      February 29, 2016 at 2:54 pm

      Hi Vinay

      As usual your reviews are awesome to read.

      This is so great that I am so excited playing with Visme. You know I use Inkscape and Corel draw on the Pc while online I use Canva to design my images.

      Visme seems to enable to do what I would have done in three different apps. Thank you so much for sharing. One feature that I would love to play with is the Infograph section.

      Have a wonderful week. Take Care

      • Vinay Kachhara

        March 1, 2016 at 7:33 pm

        Hi Ikechi,

        Thanks for the compliment. 🙂

        My two favorite design tools are Adobe Photoshop and CorelDraw also. But Visme integrates the essential and simple features of the two and even those of Microsoft PowerPoint. So, it’s basically a 3-in-1 application. I can’t say about Inkscape and Canva because I haven’t used them.

        I look forward to your infographics made using Visme. 🙂

        Thanks for visiting and sharing your thoughts and experiences. You too have a great week ahead!

    • Vinay Kachhara

      March 1, 2016 at 7:32 pm

      Hi Rachel,

      It’s a pretty simple interface and system for those who have some experience on the basic design software. For me, the learning curve was pretty flat but I don’t it would be any steep at all even for the layperson.

      I’m sure you’d be able to use it efficiently since you’ve that go-getter attitude and mastering Visme would be a piece of cake for you. 🙂

      If you decide to try it out, do let me know if you’ve any questions regarding it.

      Thanks for visiting and sharing your views.

  8. Sherman Smith

    February 28, 2016 at 10:21 pm

    Hey Vinay,

    Speaking of photoshop, I’ve used it a few times the past and it was pretty convoluted for me although I work in IT. There were a lot more options that I was use to, and it says something when there are textbooks about using photoshop.

    I’ve also used Canva, which is a great tool to use for all of us that aren’t artistically inclined. I like the quick simplicity of it. I’ve customized images and I created my first infograph, although it was a very simple one. But with Canva, at least the free version, there aren’t enough options to be more creative with.

    So with that said, I need something that isn’t as complicated as photoshop but yet not as simple as the free version of Canva. It sounds like Visme is right up my alley. I’ve read about it before but I never put myself to use it. This year, I’ve created more time to focus on tools like this so now I’m going to take advantage of it!

    Thanks for this tutorial Vinay! Have a great day!

    • Vinay Kachhara

      February 28, 2016 at 11:12 pm

      Hi Sherman,

      I totally agree with you. I’ve been a graphic designer and Photoshop had been one of my major tools for designing but still I never used all of its features because there are ao many of them and you don’t need them all for the simple tasks.

      I don’t know about Canva because I haven’t tried my hands on it yet so I won’t be able to tell you how it compares to Visme but from what I know, Visme is great for presentations and infographics. However, I’m sure you’d be able to better judge these two designing tools. Hope you’d try the free version of Visme and let us know what you think of it.

      Having a set of good tools really helps to make our tasks easy and fast. I’m glad you liked this review of Visme. Thanks for visiting and sharing your experiences, do have a great week ahead!

  9. Philip Verghese Ariel

    February 27, 2016 at 12:17 pm

    Hi Vinay,
    Happy to read about this amazing platform Visme!
    I just registered and joined in,and now need to
    do some exercise! LOL
    Thanks for this wonderful guide on how to start!
    Keep sharing,
    May you have a great time of sharing and caring!
    Happy and Profitable weekend.
    ~Best
    ~ Phil

    • Vinay Kachhara

      February 28, 2016 at 11:11 pm

      Hi Phil,

      Glad you liked all about Visme – it is certainly a wonderful tool to enhance your content and make it engaging.

      Good to know that you’ve registered, if you need any help on going about it, please let me know.

      Thanks for visiting and sharing your thoughts, and have a great week ahead!

  10. Terrence Blair

    February 26, 2016 at 5:41 am

    Hi Vinay,

    I’ve never heard of Visme, but it sounds interesting. It just happens that I need to make an infographic, which I was planning on doing in Gimp or Canva. I’ve never used Canva, but it’s popular.

    But instead of having to learn Canva, I’m going to check out Visme since you make it sounds so interesting and easy.

    • Vinay Kachhara

      February 26, 2016 at 9:02 am

      Hi Terrence,

      I agree that Canva is popular and it’s good too. However, Visme is much better for creating infographics and presentations. It’s easy, simple, and inexpensive.

      You can try the free version of Visme and reach out to me if you’ve any questions or face any problems. That would give me a chance to better my skills on Visme as well. 🙂

      Thanks for visiting and sharing your views.

  11. Keiko Katsuta

    February 26, 2016 at 2:13 am

    Hi Vinay,

    Thank you so much for sharing a great review on Visme. Since I’m learning to utilize Instagram & Pinterest more for my content marketing, I will definitely check this one out.

    Thanks again for the great review!

    In love & gratitude,
    Keiko

    • Vinay Kachhara

      February 26, 2016 at 8:57 am

      Hi Keiko,

      Images are really great for boosting blog traffic. Pinterest is one of our major traffic sources. We haven’t tapped Instagram though but I’m sure that would be great as well. If you need a simple online application for creating the images and do much more, then I’d highly recommend Visme.

      I’m glad you liked the review. If you get stuck anywhere while using Visme, feel free to mail or message me. 🙂

      Thanks for visiting and commenting.

  12. Brenda Pace

    February 25, 2016 at 9:41 pm

    Hi Vinay,

    What an awesome right up! I can see what a valuable resource Visme is and look forward to giving it a try!

    Thanks for sharing it!

    Bren

    • Vinay Kachhara

      February 25, 2016 at 10:39 pm

      Hi Bren,

      Glad you like the review.

      Visme is indeed valuable and I hope you’ve fun trying it. If you need any tips anytime, feel free to reach out to me. 🙂

      Thanks for visiting and commenting.

  13. Manidipa Bhaumik

    February 25, 2016 at 12:31 pm

    Hey Vinay,

    It sounds great to have only one tool which will help both the purpose. And this is such an elaborate review to know almost every aspect of this software. Thanks for sharing this. Take care 🙂

    • Vinay Kachhara

      February 25, 2016 at 1:44 pm

      Hi Manidipa,

      Yes, I guess it is good to have as less things to learn and manage as possible for better work efficiency and Visme fits into the strategy perfectly.

      I’m glad you liked the review and hope you make the most out of it!

  14. Maaike Meeuwis

    February 25, 2016 at 12:05 pm

    Hi Vinay and Harleena,

    Thank you for this excellent review. I’m definitely going to check this one out. Until now I’ve always used Snagit as a tool to create images but Visme seems to have way more options.

    Great images are key to making a great blog, besides of great content of course.

    Maaike

    • Vinay Kachhara

      February 25, 2016 at 1:43 pm

      Hi Maaike,

      I’m glad you liked the review. I’ve never used Snagit so I’ll not be able to tell you how Visme compares to it. It’s great that you want to check out Visme – I guess that’s the best way to go.

      Yes, the images do make a difference. In fact, the Pinterest images get us the most traffic to our site.

      Thanks for visiting and sharing your views.

  15. Saminu Eedris

    February 25, 2016 at 11:38 am

    Hello Vinay,

    This is nice, i think Visme and I got a lot to do, thanks for the great review.

    • Vinay Kachhara

      February 25, 2016 at 1:43 pm

      Hi Saminu,

      Glad you like the review and hope you make the best of Visme.

      Thanks for visiting and checking it out.

  16. Kim Willis

    February 25, 2016 at 9:37 am

    Hi Vinay and Harleena,

    What a brilliant review you’ve got here. It seems complete in every way.

    I’ve never created an infographic but after reading your review I can see how relatively easy it is.

    I have to admit that I have been a reluctant convert to the infographics cause. I still don’t think bloggers infographics can be a substitute for good text-based content. That said, I can see a role for it – so once again thanks very much for your excellent and comprehensive review.

    Kim

    • Vinay Kachhara

      February 25, 2016 at 9:58 am

      Hi Kim,

      Thanks for the compliment. There’s a lot more to Visme that I couldn’t write in this post fearing it would get too lengthy. If you register to try out Visme and face any problems, do let me know, I’d be glad to help you.

      Did you see my presentation? Honestly, that is my very first presentation on Visme and it was a piece of cake! I’m getting down to creating an infographic with it and I’m sure that’s going to be as cool.

      I agree with you that a quality text-based content has no substitute but what Visme does is enhances your quality content and makes it compelling and awesome!

      I’m glad you liked the review. Do have great fun with Visme!

  17. Corina Ramos

    February 25, 2016 at 4:12 am

    Hello Vinay and Harleena,

    Thanks for telling us about Visme. I actually hopped over as I was reading your post and watching the video. Looks like I have something to play with. 🙂

    Thanks for your review. I hope you’re having a great week!

    Cori

    • Vinay Kachhara

      February 25, 2016 at 9:51 am

      Hi Corina,

      Good to know that you decided to try out Visme. Please let me know if you need any help. It’s really a good application and your imagination is the limit.

      What Visme does is cuts on the complexity and technicality aspects of designing, so it becomes easy for the laypersons like us.

      I’m glad you liked the review and hope you’ve great fun with Visme in the days ahead!




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Ultimate Visme Review and Guide for Creating Infographics and Presentations

by Vinay Kachhara time to read: 13 min