Visual Contents – Part 1 Free Pics, Royalty free Pictures, Inspirational pictures

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These days we often see some beautiful and impressive images on our Facebook news feed.

So obviously having engaging visual contents is crucial to your online success. It’s important to use images and graphics on our websites for several reasons

  • To add something interesting and relevant that breaks up the sea of text in our posts.
  • To attract attention and interest even before any text is read.
  • To hold people’s attention while reading through our posts.
  • To strengthen or enhance a point, argument, fact, opinion or statement.
  • To help keep our posts memorable and easily distinguishable from one another.

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There are lots of ways to incorporate visual content into your presentations or websites without hiring a designer. Here are four ways can give your presentations some visual pop:

  • Stock Photos
  • Vector Icons
  • Screenshots
  • PowerPoint Objects
  • EcoverMaker

 

You might have been wondering why some people could have so many amazing images, often with inspirational quotes.

In this video, we are going to show you how you can use Flickr,  a fantastic resource with billions of different images and photos that you can use freely on your website.

However, you need to abide by the following guidelines:

  1. Don’t use Copyrighted images
  2. Use images under the Creative Commons License. Always gives credit and link back to the author
  3. Use “Modifications Allowed” images to amend or add text for your blog or Facebook posts
  4. “Commercial Use allowed” images can be used for your business

 

[Edit] View the second part of the video series Visual Contents With Impact – Part 2 Free Icons, Clip Arts, and Objects

 

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  1. Keith D Robinson
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    THANK YOU THIS IS AWESOME. K.D.R.

  2. Jackson Yin
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    Thanks for your positive feedback, Keith. Keep in touch!

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