Share This Post Home >> Uncategorized Are you haunting your audience with the headless man? By Nitin , Publish on August 29, 2018 6 Comments / 116 views Blogs written in the community groups(place blogs) do not reflect in their author’s blog (personal blogs) page. So here’s the link to my blog on appropriate usage of images and what to consider when using stock images. Share This Post Related Articles Proactive Application Performance Testing to Prevent Outages October 31, 2017 ARC’s 15th India Forum on Industry in Transition: Realizing the Digital Enterprise June 15, 2017 Top 10 Features that Make Your App Truly Successful April 27, 2017 6 Metrics to Measure DevOps Test Automation December 7, 2017 Digital Transformation in Manufacturing April 1, 2017 6 Unbelievable Benefits of the Dynamics 365 and LinkedIn Integration January 3, 2018 Guidelines for Deductions and Deposits of TDS by the DDO under GST September 25, 2018 Be Social, Don’t just do Social August 29, 2018 10 Steps towards a Successful Mobile App Development July 10, 2018 6 Comments sameermurdeshwar August 30, 2018, 9:21 am Great insights on improving the ‘stickiness’ of social media posts… all told compellingly through a concise post! Log in to reply saaketc August 30, 2018, 9:36 am Very well written Nitin…agree with your views here regarding usage of appropriate images! Log in to reply Nitin August 30, 2018, 11:27 am Thanks Log in to reply vaishamit August 30, 2018, 1:47 pm Hands down, I love to use and see human-centric images in marketing materials, though not the headless ones for sure. When I’m writing content the image/visual part is what fascinates me the most. I believe selecting the right stock image for your content is the toughest and most time-consuming task – but is usually not given that much weight. I believe the key is to select one with right context to your content and the emotion you would like to evoke from your target audience. On the other hand, I’m a big fan of abstracts/vector graphics as well – they are really good at conveying messages which are highly technical in nature. Log in to reply Nitin August 30, 2018, 6:13 pm Thank you, Sameer! Log in to reply Nitin August 30, 2018, 6:18 pm Absolutely . It is us to us to find the image with the right context to the content, with the right emotion. My point was not to fixate on just happy or headless faces. Stock Images are a blessing to us marketers, but we need to use them wisely. Log in to reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.