How to Choose the Best Image for Your Studio's Social Media Posts {VIDEO}

Visual content is more than 40X more likely to get shared on social media than other types of content. (source)

People retain: 80% of what they SEE, 20% of what they READ, 10% of what they HEAR (source)

There's really no debate here...using pictures in your social media posts will get more eyeballs on your promotions.

Taking your own photos is always best (get my free guide here) but sometimes you may need to find a stock photo...and yes, it is illegal to use a photo you found in google images or on someone else's site. Don't mess with that. 

In this video I'll show you my favorite websites for finding stock photography, what to look for to spot a good one and the need-to-know info to make sure you get the right size for your project:

Watch Now: How to Choose the Best Image for Your Next Social Media Post

 
 

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If those statistics about visual marketing were interesting to you, head on over to this page to find even more info on how we, as humans, process information visually. Interesting stuff!

This is the first in a short series about visual marketing. You can also learn about installing custom fonts on your computer and how to tie it all together to make a branded social media graphic.

Where do you find photos to use for your studio promotions? Share your favorite photo sources in the comments below!

 

—Connie