In our video Don’t Be an Image Thief our Designer and Photographer, Charity, talked about how to search for images that can be used in your marketing, including how use the Google Image Usage Rights Tool. Recently, this tool has been updated so we’re back to let you know how it works now!
Picture this: you need a photo or graphic to use on your business’s Facebook page. Maybe it’s a holiday and you want to send your customers some well wishes. So, you log on to your computer and hop on Google. You find a nice image, save it off of your Google image results and post it to your page. It seems innocent but the fact is, you may have just broken the law.
In our latest video, Graphic Designer and Photographer, Charity, shares some tips to help you search for images that can be used in your marketing, as well as suggests great places to get free-to-use stock photos. These are image standards every business should be using; you don’t want to be the one who receives a letter asking for you to pay top dollar for an image you inadvertently stole or be the business that consistently uses watermarked images on social media.
With regulations, stay-home orders and health guidelines changing every day, it’s important, now more than ever, to stay in constant communication with your clients. We’ve compiled a list of best practices businesses can use to stay in touch with their audience while staying relevant. The most important aspect is to actually have a website for your business!
Owning a business can be an overwhelming task on a normal day but now, running a business is REALLY TOUGH. We’re choosing to focus on the good as we all weather this storm together, so we’ve compiled a list of hope-filled things you could use to inspire business flexibility. Hope it helps to get those ideas flowing!