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Tips on How to Create Effective Visual Content For Your Business

Published on 5/14/2019
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How your business image is projected visually is very important to your audience and visibility. A mix of appealing images and video will increase the engagement in your marketing and also will create greater awareness.

Visuals are entertaining and stimulating to the mind. People like sharing content that is unique and offers a solution to their questions.

It's very important for your business to present unique and valuable content. So you need to create videos, infographics, and images which project your message.

Here are the tips you need to know about effective visual content.

Share what your audience wants – What’s on people’s minds, right at this moment? That’s the first question to ask yourself when sitting down to create your images and video.

Deliver on what you promise – Make your visuals highly relevant to your brand community. Share information that your intended audience will always need, provides helpful information and solutions.

Create interactive content such as Infographics or a short video that can be shared on places like Pinterest, Instagram, and Facebook, and ties directly back to your website and YouTube channel.

Make it “shareable” – Share your posts and tweets specifically with influential people in your niche who are inside your network pointing out how this could be beneficial to their audience base as well.

Make sure your website is responsive and includes all of the latest social sharing icons.

As you know, a picture is worth a thousand words. Since the human brain processes images faster than text, your brand’s message can be communicated in a much more efficient and immediate way.

Be sure to monitor user feedback and don’t be afraid to make adjustments along the way in order to reach a targeted audience.

Visual Marketing - Create Emotions

Visual marketing is powerful because images can have an emotional impact. Marketing that connects on an emotional level is very effective. In fact, these days, if you aren't telling the story of your business in images on Pinterest and Instagram, you're losing traffic and sales.

These sites allow you to take your customers behind the scenes. They give your brand identity and make your company appear trustworthy. Many brands have seen remarkable returns from simply asking their customers to take pictures of themselves engaging in their product or service.

These images provide social proof that your service is valuable, and most customers are happy to engage in these contests just for the chance to win a prize.

Visual marketing is so powerful that companies and universities are investing money into programs that assess how people respond after viewing promotional material. In fact, corporations have created systems that track eye movements in retail environments in an effort to assess how effectively these images spur customers to take action.

Visual Marketing Tips

It's a good idea to place your logo on most of the images you create and share on social networks. You can do this quickly with commercial software like Photoshop, or free alternatives like GIMP.

Branding your images builds trust with viewers-provided that you're consistently offering them high-quality content-and it increases brand awareness at the same time.

These days, every image on your site should contain a call to action. Pinterest allows you to add a button to your images. With this button, your visitors can share the image directly to the network, thus increasing your exposure. If one person finds your content share-worthy, there is a good chance that someone else will as well.

One tip is to embed social media content within your posts. Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, etc, all allow you to do this. These additions can turn your posts into social hubs, and if you already have decent traffic, you'll find your content shared more often than ever before.

You can also use SlideShare or a similar service to create slideshows. Well-designed slideshows can keep your visitors on your domain longer, and you can also use them to direct visitors to other articles on your site. Slideshows are also extremely sharable.

Also, infographics are very effective and popular to share your content on social media.

Pinterest traffic is often well targeted, so you want to give your prospect every reason to click. A good-looking template will get you more clicks, save you time and give your profile a more unique appearance.

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