5 Ways to Use Your Branding Photos

Do you have a boatload of amazing new brand photos but don’t know how to use them? Here’s a couple ways to use your branding photos to get you started!

  1. Update Your Social Media Profiles
    • Those profile pictures across various social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and TikTok need updating! Choose your favorite headshot to show off to establish a consistent visual identity and make it easier for people to recognize and connect with your brand across all platforms.
  2. Use on Your Website About Page
    • Incorporate brand photos on your website, particularly on your About page. Showcasing professional and engaging images of yourself or your team adds a personal touch and helps build trust with visitors. This is a great place to use your quirky, personality-packed brand images!
  3. Include in Blog Posts
    • Include brand photos within your blog posts to enhance the visual appeal and make your content more relatable. Use images that align with the topic or convey the intended mood to capture readers’ attention and make your brand memorable.
  4. Make Your Email Marketing Relatable
    • Incorporate brand photos into your email marketing campaigns to personalize and make your emails feel relatable. Add a headshot or lifestyle image to your email signature, or include relevant photos within the body of your newsletters to increase engagement and brand recognition. Your people will LOVE getting to know you, the person behind the brand!
  5. Refresh Your Marketing Materials
    • Utilize brand photos in print collateral, such as business cards, brochures, flyers, or banners. Including high-quality visuals that represent your brand’s personality and values can leave a lasting impression on potential clients or customers.

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I'm Brooklyn.

Ask anyone in Southern Minnesota, and they’ll tell you I take magical brand photos and portraits. Want to know my secret? I could say it’s my professionalism, or my modern studio, or my in-house printing, and those would all be accurate, but...