As you know visuals are the key in social media, if your images are not shining on your page then your brand is not shining as well. So without further ado here are 3 tips which can help you increase your post engagement with some changes in the images!
Living in the HD world quality of image is so essential! I often come across pixelated images posted by brand and blurry as well which are very disturbing. Hence pick eye catching images when you are browsing for a good image and maybe you won’t be confident of your choice but then trying is necessary in social media than not trying, experiment, change the type of images, wait and see the reaction of your audience. If you are out of all the good pictures, do check out my old blog post for inspiration, 3 Free Image Websites. I once uploaded a good quality picture and it come out to be bit blurry, it was hard to locate problem but so I tried uploading a .PNG file and volla! It worked! So whenever stuck, don’t stop, try something!
Continuing from the point above, experimenting with your images is essential in social media, it not only adds a variety to your content but also you get to know what is working and what is not working. And when you get to know what is working, you now hold the trigger to post engagement my friend! And about the ones which are not working can be used to focus on the “whys” and the “won’ts”. But it is a package deal, so the sole image itself is not the hero of the movie, the content, CTA, etc. also are variable factors to the engagement.
So we have everything in the post for the engagement which is a good quality image to capture the audience attention and we know what triggers our people, so what will I do to make them engage even more? I go for simple CTA, ask them a question, maybe related to the picture, ask them of their opinion, ask them to sign up, etc, make them question, now what? where from this beautiful image? As I was once told by an expert, always end your post with a question for you will hear
there are many answers and many to answer!
So do you agree with my 3 engagement tips? Or you have something more to share? Love to hear!