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You know the saying “A picture is worth a thousand words,” but your brain ignores the cliché when you’re thinking about your business. Lucky for you, we’re here to tell you how to utilize pictures in your marketing and make them speak volumes. Here are 5 reasons to incorporate pictures into your online and traditional marketing:
- Posts with photos get 94% more views. NINETY-FOUR PERCENT. That is reason alone to include images with your social media and blog entries. There are tons of pictures available on the internet to choose from. Just make sure you pick something relative; you don’t want to confuse your readers with non-sensical pictures.
- It gets the media interested. Stories or events with pictures are way more likely to be covered in local papers and online newspaper sites. Make sure you keep a camera on hand at your next volunteer event or awards dinner to snap a few shots.
- They’ll help drum up new business. 60% of clients are more likely contact a business when they find a picture in their local search results. Take pictures of your office, your staff, and your building. Getting a preview of the environment will encourage clients to approach you.
- You can boost your presentations. Presentations with images are more effective at getting your audience to take action. Including (well thought out) pictures in proposals will help you get your clients motivated.
- It’ll capture their attention. Pictures are much more likely to capture someone’s attention. This is exactly what you want your marketing materials to do. Mailers get thrown away constantly, but what if a great picture caught a client’s eye? Instead of being put immediately in the trash, your mailer gets the attention it deserves.
There are countless other reasons why pictures are important for your business. Make sure you website, social media, flyer, mailers, and anything else you can think of has appropriate pictures to add to your brand. You know what they say, “a picture IS worth a thousand words.”
How do you utilize pictures in your business?