If a picture is worth 1,000 words, then a video has to be worth more. Right? Learn how to put your best foot (or webpage) forward with a homepage video that showcases your brand’s personality.
We’re all busy with a million things — but an engaging business podcast has real potential to connect your brand and message.
It’s no secret that attention spans are short in the world of social media. If you don’t immediately grab your audience’s attention, they’re going to keep scrolling to the next post. Most brands have already learned that video is the best way to do that. But how do you stand out from all of the other videos and Reels out there?
With the internet and consumer behaviors changing constantly, it can be hard to keep up. But one thing that seems to be sticking around is the dominance of video content in the digital world.
Discover why professional website photography is essential to help your website reach its full potential and convert users to customers.
Photos can make or break even the best website design, so it’s important to have great images when you’re building a new site. The easiest way to get great photos is to hire a professional to set up a photo shoot — they can get exactly the right shots and make sure everything is covered, and they’ll edit and resize the photos for you. But what if you can’t make that happen?
If you post regularly to your website, blog or social media, learning to take your own website photos can save you money and frustration. Infomedia’s new workshop will teach you how to get great results using the camera (or phone) you already own.
There is something spiritually important about being able to gather together. Worship, communion, breaking bread, holding hands — these are all integral parts of our services, and they can’t be replaced by simply watching a service online.
Online storage providers like Google Drive and Dropbox offer an easy way to house images and files for collaborating with other businesses, freelancers and coworkers. For our clients, it’s a convenient way to share high-quality images without accidentally sending compressed, low-resolution versions of your images.
Images are an essential part of websites and blogs: they make your page look more appealing, support themes or moods in your writing, and are informative for your readers. Plus, they can show off how photogenic your dog can be.