Even if you're no photographer or videographer, you can make good use out of brilliantly placed images on your social channels. With the right forethought, a bit of time and the right focus, your fans will appreciate and respond with a bit more personality.
Although the landscape of social marketing and online advertising tends to constantly change, there's one aspect that remains consistently the same throughout the years: images. Brilliant photos and captivating videos will always be at the forefront of branding, and it's time that your social channels received an update. From Twitter avatars to Facebook banners, your images tell a lot more about your brand than you might think. With a little time and audience analyzing, you can select the perfect images to help improve the reach of your online marketing.
In this webinar, you will learn how to:
- Appeal to your fanbase through relative images
- Improve conversation through picture-based sharing
- Create a more favored brand experience among users
Click here to register for FREE (8-7-13 at 12:30pm EST)
About Matt Wooddy:
For the last six years, Matt Wooddy has used his social wizardry to completely turn around the online presence of over 200 brands. Understanding that social media is more than just a place to promote your business, he uses personal interaction and entertaining messages to improve the branding and interest of any given company. His industry knowledge has ranged from tattoo magazines and motorsport news channels to skin care products and dental practices. Matt realizes that it's not so much the product that drives a good social campaign, but it's the ability to communicate with your fans and followers in a personal way that makes a difference. As a freelance photographer, visual artist and musician in his free time, Matt has developed these personal skills that connect humans with each other. Though not a marketing expert in the traditional sense, the advent of online marketing has made Matt Wooddy a proven veteran in his respective fields.Click here to register for FREE (8-7-13 at 12:30pm EST)