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Posting and Tweeting Images

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Created: Wed, Jul 15th, 2015 - viewed 3918 times

It's a fact that images and videos in social media posts and tweets get more likes follows and re-tweets. Tweets with images receive 18% more clicks, 89% more favourites and 150% more re-tweets (statistics from Hubspot). Tweet this stat! (Source)The difficulty comes with which images to post. Some businesses are more visual than others, businesses selling consumer goods or running visitor attractions have any number of images and opportunities to take and post images. If you are selling B2B what images can you post?

Posting images should create a visual image of what you do and your expertise. Non visual images can be text images, in the form of advice, blog extracts and helpful hints. It is fairly simple to create these text images in Canva and power point.

Text images
Whatever images you are posting they must be created as jpegs and for Twitter you might need to compress your images to large web size.

What images to post?

  • A series of images of one of your products in development
  • Holiday cottage and holiday accommodation interiors and exteriors
  • Finished products
  • Your service department in action
  • Your premises
  • Your vehicles
  • Training courses
  • New products
  • Dispatch of your products
  • Images of your visitor attraction
  • Images of places to visit close to your holiday accommodation
  • Team building days
  • Your top seller this week

It is very easy to add videos to your Twitter and Facebook post, and they are very popular, just add a link from U tube, or Vimeo.