Using Charts On Your Site

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Using Charts On Your Site

Written content on your website is the most common method used to get your message across to customers. But sometimes a visual representation is a better way of connecting and engaging with visitors on web, landing or even blog pages, so here’s what using charts on your site could look like..

Using Charts On Your Site: Vertical and Horizontal Bar Graphs

Some information can read a little dry when presented in written format, but if you can turn it into a chart that makes the data more digestible then you will keep readers on the page for longer. To help, we can add a chart widget to your site specifically for this purpose, allowing you to easily turn important information into eye-catching charts.

Links to useful tools, plugins and apps

How does the chart widget work?

In total there are seven different types of charts you can set up using the widget:

  • Pie chart
  • Line chart
  • Vertical bar chart
  • Radar chart
  • Horizontal bar chart
  • Doughnut chart
  • Polar area chart

Using Charts On Your Site: Line Graph and Polar Area

No matter what type of data you have, if you’re using charts on your site, our widget makes it easy to turn it into a colourful and engaging chart that allows you to strengthen your point and is an easy to understand way.

Whether it’s stats about your products or services, or as part of an industry-based blog that informs and adds value to your customers, it is a powerful but cost effective tool that will help your business.

What other features are available?

The charts can be produced using both a linear (straight) or logarithmic (curved) scales. When opened the widget uses the linear option by default, but this can easily be switched to logarithmic if required.

Using Charts On Your Site: Radar and Pie Chart

The widget also offers a number of additional customised options to help you create the perfect chart for your project. It also means that instead of spending money on a specialist plugin or software, the widget does it all for you, enabling you to reallocate your budget elsewhere.

Find out more on our Useful Tools page which has a whole section on plugins and apps to help your business. You can also find out more about the Charts widget by clicking here.

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