If you have a blog, or you create reports and ebooks, you need good images.
Text on its own can be very boring for the average viewer. The more media rich your posts and reports are, the better it is for your consumer.
In an ideal world you want to capture their attention with rich media and keep them on your site for as long as possible.
So in this video I wanted to show you how to get more use out of any images you have. Stock photos can be expensive, but if you can repurpose them for different niches it lowers the effective cost because you can use them in multiple ways (always check your usage rights of course).
What you’ll see, with multiple examples, is that it’s possible to repurpose an image quite easily. Most stock images are going to have lots of potential repurpose points – but you have to look for them.
That’s what I’ll show you how to do in this video.
Of course editing software can be very expensive, but I show you a totally free application that is incredibly powerful.
I’m also showing how even a simple basic technique can dramatically change the impact a photo has.
Later in the video I give you a smart little psychological “trick” to help direct your viewer’s attention. It’s worth watching the entire video just for that.
After you’ve watched the video do leave us your comments. We’re planning to have more simple tutorials like this in the coming months.
You can view the video in full-screen at 1080p by using the screen expand icon, bottom right of the video player.
Are you one of our members at Prosperative? Watch out for your private additional photo manipulation training video within the next 10 days. I’ll take you deeper into the techniques that can make your blog more attractive to the eye!