Posts tagged photography
Where to find photos or images to use on your website?

Hello and happy Wednesday! It’s hump day, the mid-point of this beautiful summer week.

WELCOME BACK to Day 8 of the Live Video Training Extravaganza, we’re at it again with another week of free live video trainings and I am so excited to continue sharing this content with you!

Quick summary: every day last week, I hosted a free live video training over on my Youtube channel and shared those replays here on the blog. And honestly, it’s been so much fun that I wasn’t ready to stop quite yet… so I decided to continue these live video trainings into this week too! LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL!

So we’re back for more and you can watch even more of these daily lessons as I keep creating content for you!

Today’s video was lots of fun and Ioved sharing all these different resources with you - I’m spilling my secrets and pointing you in the direction of sites and bundles that I actually use myself and recommend to my clients! #insiderinfo I can’t wait for you to watch the replay.

In this video training, I talked about where to find and get images & photos to use on your website.

From free stock images all the way up to custom branded photography shoots, we cover it all.

This video training carries on from yesterday’s topic which was all about what type of content to include on your webs pages so if you haven’t already, be sure to check that one out too.

Alright, that’s enough intro for one video… let’s get to the goods.

Click the live video training replay below to watch now!

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How to prepare content for your website - video collab with Louise from Solopreneur Sidekick

We’re coming in HOT today with another (wonderful, glorious, thrilling, info-and-action-packed) video collaboration with my good friend Louise from Solopreneur Sidekick!

If you’ve ever wondered how the heck to prepare the website for your website, then my friend - you are in the right place! From the early planning stages to prepping website text/copy and deciding on the imagery and visual components, we’ve got you covered.

In this conversation, Louise and I talk about how there’s so much content to prepare for your website, whether you’re building a brand new site from scratch or working on a redesign project. Content doesn’t just come together on it’s own - nope, there’s a whole lot of strategy that goes into really good website content! Remember that your goal is to connect with your ideal audience, future clients and potential customers, and good content will get you there.

Hit play on the video or read the post below.

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A guide to the best free stock photography on the internet

One of the most important parts of any website is the visuals.

As the saying goes, "a picture says a thousand words" and this is especially true when it comes to presenting your business online. 

A good website will have smart web copy (i.e., text) but just as importantly, it will also include high-quality photography.

For many people who are starting out on their digital journey, they understand the need to include photography and images on their website but they are totally clueless on where to get those photos.

"Do I have to hire a photographer?" and "I suck at taking photos on my iPhone and I don't have a fancy camera" are things I hear every day as a web designer.

Fear not, my friend, let me introduce you to the world of stock photography. With a simple click of a button, you have access to literally thousands (millions?) of FREE high-quality, high resolution photos that you can use on your website, no strings attached.

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