It is always best to use images in your posts – blog, social media and website – even your print work could use some imagery. It is not just the case that images, whether photo or vector, help to attract, they also add an explanatory power going beyond just an echoing of your message. They help to add emotion, a background or texture to all that is being said. It may be a moment of contrast or of extension of the message as a whole. The style of the image makes a point. There is also a point to the major colours involved. Colour has an emotional point to it, it relates in particular ways, adding feeling or the direction towards certain feelings. The style of the image places you and your argument as well as elements of the story in toto.Whether you want free stock images for your website, blog or social media posts, this guide will help you to find the best images to use.
If you need help with all of this – we are here! A big part of what we offer are precisely images created or chosen to suit combined with the right taglines for you and your purposes.
Ask yourself these questions to begin with:
- where do you place yourself in the market, what king of business are you?
- who is it that you are hoping to reach?
- what sort of image will they react best to?
- what will spark their interest and keep them looking and reading?
- what feelings do you want to generate?
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I have lived and worked on 2 continents, working in a variety of industries, from multi-nationals to small, local businesses. I have a world of experience and the creativity and imagination to back up the hard work and perseverance.I have 2 blogs writing on maketing, design and more.
From your business outline and stated goals I will create illustrations to aid in branding, adding content – for you to use either generally online, in social media or elsewhere. 2 revisions are allowed.
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