If you’re struggling to get your content and images to stand out more, or want to give that extra something to make you more unique then similar websites, the answer could be something that is in your control. I’ll steal a quote from the musical La Cage Aux Follies (The Birdcage) “Why not try to see things from a different angle”.
I’m not saying something cryptic, I’m talking about shooting your blog and website images from a different angle. I’m writing this post from a blogger’s perspective, but it could easily apply to ecommerce stores, service providers and the creatives you give to your affiliates or feed into your social media channels. The goal is to get you to think about how you can make your images unique so that they stand out on crowded sites like Pinterest, in a Google image search or to make people want to engage and click through to your website.
Below you’ll find three examples of how you can help to make your photos and blog images stand out from the crowd when they’re shared on social media sites. I’ve tested each of these with small tests (not huge amounts of data or ad spends so it isn’t statistically significant) and have shown that these may be what helps some of my and other’s images do better than others.