Anybody who’s ever worked in sales or digital marketing jobs will well be aware that the bowels of the internet contain a plethora of stock images. Some of these images are fantastic: cool, fresh and visually arresting photos that catch eyes and win clicks. Some are okay…they serve a purpose and show a useful concept, even if they aren’t the most original images you’ve ever seen.
Some things bear repeating, and this is one of them. I’m sure you’ve been told before how important images are to success in social media. If you haven’t, you should question your choice of friends and/or business associates. My two cents.
72% of Americans are walking around with high definition cameras and high-speed internet connections in their pockets. Is your brand photo ready? Is your brand even photo friendly? Do you still try to communicate with your audience with words? Do you think of visuals as just decoration for your copy?
If you aren't using captivating images, your conversion rates will be low and your content won't take off. Right now any image is an advantage on Twitter - but that won't last forever. Not just any image will do when everyone uses images. Find out more about where to put images and how to choose them here. Plus: Ways to acquire free images that monetize your site.
Everyone knows that your blog post needs eye-catching images to help capture the interest of the reader. Using the right images can keep visitors on your page longer and generate more traffic. Unfortunately most authors simply upload images without thought to proper image optimization.
In this day and age of social media and technology, it is critical that you understand the importance of the relationships that you share with people online. The reality is that when people interact with you, your opinion will be very important to them and their opinions will be very important to you. You will look to each other for recommendations of all kinds. This is all part of building a relationship together.
Facebook is bringing one of the most awaited updates to enhance the quality of images posted on the platform. It is expected to auto-enhance the images that are posted there by improving the brightness and contrast as well as the lighting aspects. And if you don’t like the enhancement, you will also have the opportunity to edit it the way you like.
BuzzSumo analyzed 100 million articles to determine why they go viral. Of the top ten reasons, 3 are related to images and 1 to resharing. Read this to learn how to organize your images into a portfolio your team, customers and visitors can use to reshare your most compelling products and services.
In these digital times information moves fast, trends move faster, and boredom is a online marketer’s biggest enemy. As the Selfie trend becomes old news, the Photobomb is holding strong. Why? And how can you use them for brand marketing?