Why shouldn’t choosing stock photography be a social activity? Dreamstime believes it should, announcing the debut of new personalization feature “Designers Also Selected These Stock Photos,” which incorporates results from algorithms that factor in shared images on Facebook and other social networks.
When it comes to posts by brands on Facebook, marketing study after marketing study after marketing study has found that photos and images result in more engagement than text-based posts. So how can marketers ensure that their photos are of the best quality?
Posts containing advice on what to do and what not to do on Facebook when looking for jobs have been abundant, but rather than relying on generalities, AllFacebook spoke with Dreamstime Chief Financial Officer Noelle Federico to get her take on exactly what she looks for.
Photos are the among the most engaging content on Facebook and the major motivator behind the site’s News Feed redesign. However, many people and pages don’t understand the rules on posting photos. Simply pulling pictures from Google searches and posting them on Facebook pages can get moderators in trouble, as Noelle Federico, chief financial officer of stock photo company Dreamstime, told AllFacebook.
The cover photo is the first thing someone sees when they land on a brand’s Facebook page. It serves as a virtual welcome mat for fans and potential customers. Noelle Federico, chief financial officer of Dreamstime — a leading provider of fully licensed stock photos — talked with AllFacebook about how companies can connect with their fans through a strong first impression. Dreamstime created TimelineImages.com, where users can purchase quality cover photos.