Instagram: all photos, all the time. Pinterest: pretty photos. Snapchat: the case of the disappearing photo. Facebook: photo posts perform the best. Twitter: showing photos in feeds since 2013. Blogs: always better with a photo. All mainstream social media channels value images even moreso than the written word (and I love the written word.)
Having worked in-house as a social media manager for a number of years, I know that the biggest struggle is coming up with content. While I believe that everything can be turned into a piece of content, it's a different way of thinking. Often times, the social media team needs to create images that have the look & feel of the brand from scratch. Very few brands have a strong library of branded images that can be used for multiple purposes. I am here to change that.
Wouldn't it be amazing to be able to have imagery at your fingertips every time you needed to make a post/tweet/pin? I want social media managers, digital marketing managers and all those who touch social media to be armed with a bank of imagery that is branded and fits into the personality of the business or product.