Is a Photo Worth 25,000 Words?

Is a Photo Worth 25,000 Words?

Posted on 04. Jan, 2012 by in Marketing tips

It is said that “a picture is worth 1,000 words.” When a photo is used in at least 25 different ways, that must mean it is worth more than 25,000 words!

Photos can provide demonstrated proof of your claims that words can’t do alone. Headshot photos (mugshots) can help build trust with a potential customer. Photos can be used in both online and offline marketing methods to maximize the communication channels they can impact and influence.

Repurposing is a concept Internet marketers love. Create content once and then use that content in many ways. A single photo can be repurposed. The following mindmap shows 25 ways a photo can be used in marketing your products and services.

mindmap of digital photo uses for marketing

I will be discussing each of these ways (and more) to use photos for improving your marketing efforts in future posts.

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This post is part of Dr.Mani’s 30 Day Blog Challenge. Other participating blog posts include:

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http://pdguyon.com/blog/58/goal-setting-in-the-present-nine-goal-setting-lessons/

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http://innerbreakthrough.wordpress.com/2012/01/03/overcome-fear

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