Netflix recently conducted a study into which images generated more interest in the shows displayed on their platform. And their findings raise some interesting considerations, which can be applied to more than just TV and movie listings.
With new features like “buy now” buttons and shoppable Pinterest pins, one thing is clear - social selling success is increasingly reliant on quality images. Here are a few ways to test which image types will resonate best with your audience.
We’ve all heard the phrase, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” Like most clichés it is true in that there are some things that are difficult to capture in words – even a thousand of them. There are some things that can best be communicated visually. How many words would it take to describe the...
Bob Carver provides an overview of some of the best, most useful (and mostly free) image creation and editing tools available on the web. With such an emphasis on visual content these days, such options might be very useful for you and your brand.
The post you wrote was supposed to be out yesterday. How can you quickly find an image that will convey at least part of what your blog post is about, look great, be the right size, and optimally be free?
You know that scene in Blade Runner where Deckard uses futuristic technology (that somehow still uses an old tube television) to explore what is happening in a photograph, even stuff that isn't actually in the photograph? Well, Google and MIT have together created an algorithm that does exactly that. Sort of. Well, okay, not really, but it's still really cool.