Branded Images are a Fun, Creative Way to Get Eyes on Your Website [Examples]

“I’ve got no business creating branded images — I’m not a designer.”

That’s what people think when I talk to them about creating branded images like these:

Branded images are super versatile. They can be used on:

  • Your website, to illustrate written content, podcasts, or vlogs
  • Your social media platforms, to drive attention to your messages (like the Pinterest pin to the right)
  • Your ads, to encourage swipers to stop scrolling and read your post
  • Your email marketing, so your message “pops” in the inbox

You can even use branded images in ebooks, content upgrades, and opt-in incentives!

See? Versatile as all get out. If you want tangible proof, here are some stats that prove the power of visual content marketing.

But here’s the thing …

There may be a little voice in your head telling you that even though the internet has become a visual platform, you simply don’t have the necessary training to use this  powerful communication vehicle.

That’s what I thought for the longest time — that you had to be a trained designer to use design.

Today, I know this is patently false — non-designers can use design, create images, and brand their businesses all by themselves.

My 30+ year career is proof.

From design impostor to confident creator

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Does Your Online Brand Really Make You Successful?

I believe every business can benefit from going through the online brand building process.

It’s one reason I remain passionate about branding after all these years!

Here’s the thing …

Building a successful brand requires you to answer some thought-provoking questions.

If you want your online brand to succeed, there are a handful of things you must have complete clarity about.

And that clarity will help you in almost every area of your business, now and in the future.

It will impact:

  • The kind of customers you work to attract with your marketing
  • The visual brand design you develop
  • The types of products or services you create
  • The “voice” you use for both your copywriting and content marketing

But, let’s back up. In this article, I’m going to share what building an online brand requires. I’ll give you plenty of resources to read for more information. And I’ll show you how you can learn more — for free.

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