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.
Even if your budget is modest, simply committing time and energy to videos could help boost your business.
Let’s dive in with three different video platforms you can use on your own social media channels!
Find out how to create (or purchase) the best photos possible for your business website.
Stock photography seems like the cheap and easy option, and it can be — but beware of these common mistakes and mishaps.
Stock photography has its place, but original photography that shows your actual business, products and staff resonates more with users — and now Google says good website photography may help in search, too … sort of.
Visuals are always a key component to a good website.
Video has become one of the most popular media forms around. Many users would prefer to watch, instead of read, about your business. And that means that making videos should be a priority when it comes to marketing your brand.
A photo alone can’t rescue bad web design, but a good photo can make your web design even more appealing. Here’s how to help your photographer help you.
While we at Infomedia encourage our clients to use their own photography whenever possible, there comes a time when stock photography is the way to go, and let’s face it — finding images for your website can be a hassle. With so many resources flooding the internet every day, it’s vital that the images you choose for your site don’t come with strings attached that could lead to copyright infringement fines.