Think about the importance you place on putting a face to a name … or a voice.Everybody feels the same. Why do newspapers and magazines invariably publish a photo of people they write about?
Itʼs human nature to want to see images of the people we are reading about or dealing with. However, increasingly we are connected online to people weʼve never me face to face.Often we havenʼt even heard them speak
Ask yourself about basic trust. Doyou feel more comfortable dealing with people whose face youʼve seen or voiceyouʼve heard? If we want to attract customers, we must allow them to get toknow us.
We must share with them more than just our name. You donʼt displayyour photo as part of your social media and online profiles because of howgood looking you are; you want others to relate to you on a more human level.
That is an essential part of developing and deepening your relationships. Theessence of social media is engagement, informative conversations and trust.When it comes to choosing your photo, it should be a close-up shot or headshot. You need to be recognisable in a thumbnail version of the photograph.
The photo should be professional looking. Remember to choose a professionalphoto for a professional profile.Use the same photo in all of your online profiles to create stronger branding foryou and your business. This way people will start to remember your photo andconnect it with what you are offering.
Photographers from Daryl Gordon Photography are experts in headshotphotography. We know how to create a fantastic headshots for you and yourteam. Daryl Gordon Photography has been photographing business ownersfor over 18 years and can shoot on location at your business.
Alternatively, wecan arrange a time for you to visit our studio.We know how important it is to create that look to use across all your marketingand social media. The head shot is how most of your customers will first seeyou, so it is vital that you get it right.