Image of a woman with lots of chickens and a basket full of eggs with an opaque black rectangle over the image and text that reads: Episode 006, Choosing the Right Images for Your Website

Choosing the right images for your website, that support your content will create a better and more engaging experience for your visitors.

Your Images Should Support Your Website Content

It’s up to us, as small business entrepreneurs, to shift the “brain strain” from our website visitors back to us. That means our websites need to make sense and not require our users to think to hard when they visit the pages of our website. Your images should support your website content (specifically the text content).

To do this you can use the “Napping House” approach Liz discusses in this episode of the Website Wednesday podcast. If you’d like to order your own copy of this children’s book that does such a good job of having the imagery support the text, the link is available below.


Key Takeaways

  1. Not every image on your site needs to be a “pro” photo
  2. Choose images that support your website’s written content
  3. Don’t slow down your website with improperly sized images

Canva
The Website Workshop
The Napping House


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Choosing the Right Images for Your Website – Episode 006

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November 2, 2022

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