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Tips for branding on social media images

I often come across a good quality image on social media, with good content on it but then stop myself from sharing it because there is too much of branding done on the image. Does that happen with you as well? It’s just some brands are doing it right with their content on social media but they kill it while executing with their creatives. Here are my tips on how a brand can optimize their social media images while putting the right amount of branding in it.

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#1 Blend in

Some brands just over power the image with their logos all over. Hence the shareablity of the image decreases, so logos should blend in with the image, not shout out.

Try to be as minimal with branding as possible

#2 Avoid too much of branding

Too much of branding can just kill the content. I’ve seen a single post with 3 different logos, a logo of the company, another one of parent company and the third of the client. I was confused as hell with what they’re trying to put across & whose  product was it actually of!

Avoid too much of logo placing

#3 Share Friendly

Think of this like, what makes you share an image on your profile? When you are doing so you not only think of points which needs to be included on the image but also of the points you don’t like on an image. As for people’s opinions & feedback as this with provide you with a holistic viewpoint.

Should be share friendly but should also keep branding in mind

#4 Watermark

Watermark are best way to do branding without being too much on the face with logos. But I’ve also seen brands with too much of watermarks on their pictures! That too should be avoided only one watermark will do.

Too much of watermark on an image

#5 Different ways to get credit for you image

You do branding on your image so that you get credit for the image & it’s content. Try different ways to brand your image with playing across your logo a bit, or putting credit text on the post followed by the image, etc. Just play around with the content & image in order to minimize the branding effect & see what works.

Can use URL post images

Can use URL post images

#6 Be Graceful

Branding is an art, and it should be done graceful! The more subtle you are with branding on social media the more people like your content. As social media is not about branding but it’s about connecting the brands with people.

Try utilizing from these points on your next post & see if it works or not! DO share your feedback too, I would love to hear!

How to create a homemade infographic

When it comes to social media, we all know visuals works wonders! It’s never too bad to keep on experimenting with your content once in a while with visuals and infographic is also one of the option to represent your data visually. With infographics you can not only simplify your data in more visual way but also attract readers. But all of us are not designers who can create those kind of designs! So here is my option to create homemade simple infographics to add variety and depth to your content!

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#1 Organize your content

Whatever data you have, sort it out, compress it, make it more cleaner and simpler. Divide it into specified sections in rough.

#2 Creates a story

The best thing about Infographics is that they can be understood easily. Like stories are easier way to make people understand something in real life, infographics telling a story or connecting data with help of story will defiantly help the readers to understand and connect with it easily.

#3 Content placement

Infographics are way of communicating numeric data in a visual manner. Hence the topic of what you are going to represent in infographic is very essential. It is the summery and needs to be attractive and interesting. Header should be self explanatory, if not then you can add a sub header to explain the header story. Do add your company logo for branding. In footer you can add references links, your company address, links

#4 Creation tools

There are plenty of creation tools like canva, Picmonkey, ease.ly, photoshop elements ,etc. Try them out to know which one works for you better. I do recommend canva as it is easy to use and has variety of vectors to work with. The end result is also very professional and visually appealing.

#5 Distribution

Distribution is very essential for content to work on social media. Publish the infographic on blog by writing a blog about it, set up an embed code of it and promote it on all social media channels.

Start with small data infographics, and as you keep on creating, you will sure get a hang of it and be an expert!