Haven’t uploaded a background image to your personal LinkedIn profile? Well, you’re in luck! We have a brand new batch of background images that may be the perfect fit for your profile.
Graphics are important, unless you just want your digital marketing to be words. But that can get boring. Who doesn’t like graphics?
There’s definitely something to be said for clean, simple website design. However, you should consider making sure each page (and blog post) of your website has a hero image. So what is a hero image, and why might each page of your website need one?
For small organizations, it’s easy to put up a Facebook cover photo, then forget about it while it get stale. However, changing it out from time to time can help get additional attention to your organization. But what should you change it to? Let’s take a look at examples from 24 different companies and brands, grouped by strategies.
It can be difficult to determine where you should display your photos online. A good first step is to review the different options that are out there. While this is certainly not a complete list, here are some of the more popular places to display and share your photos online.
Many organizations have a need to display photos online. It may be for products, services, events, staff, their location, or something else entirely. In years past, it was fairly obvious where those photos went: On their website. But now that social media is an option, including some websites that revolve around photo sharing, the water seems a bit muddied. So how do you determine where your photos should go online?
One problem that I see clients often have is the inability to easily edit their photos to put on the web. Although I’ve given some suggestions in the past on how to simply resize your photos for the web, sometimes your photos may need a little more tweaking than just a quick resize. Not everyone can afford expensive software to edit photos, so that’s why I’d like to share a few powerful, affordable options that you can try out.
When you’re working with a web designer or trying to do things on your own, there might be some confusion about all the different file types you see for images. It’s understandable, there are a ton of different image file types.
I’m here to take the mystery away and give you some easy guidelines for knowing which file types to use when. Hopefully it will make your conversations with web designers and the work you do on your own a little less stressful.
You’ve probably come across a website where all the pictures seemed just a bit off. They were either too big, too small, or cut up in a way that made the picture look bad. Fortunately, resizing pictures is fairly easy. The resizing process is different on Mac and PC, so I’ve broken the instructions out for each below.
It’s a proven fact that simply having a picture with an article will increase your click-through rate, and capture your audience’s attention better, even if the picture isn’t the best. The goal, of course, is to have a relevant picture that conveys the message and feeling of your article. These quick tips will help you do that, just a little bit better.