We already know why images have become our primary marketing tool.
Not to mention expensive.
The other option is to make your own images.
This means even more time.
You want your images to stand out.
After all, you’re using them to act as a visual shorthand for your ebooks, your social media updates, your slide shows, your blog posts.
You need images that are unique and that not everyone and their brother are using.
That’s why I believe you’ll find this list of image resources to be invaluable.
Dustin Senos‘, a product designer and photographer. understands these challenges. The best part is that he shares some great image resources you can use for all of your online marketing efforts.
All that is required is for you to sprinkle these images with a little of your imagination.
A few of these websites want attribution when you use the photo. All this means is giving credit to the photographer, which seems fair and is the right thing to do. It won’t diminish the value the photo brings to your efforts.
Most are no-credit, no-cost and very high-end images. One of these resources offers patterns that you can use in a variety of ways. I used one pattern as the header in the above graphic. Here’s a sample of one photo that caught my eye by Elisabetta Foco.
Dustin says he’ll be adding more resources to the list, so go ahead and bookmark the website page so you can refer back to it easily. You’ll be glad you did.