Images not Words get the most Attention on Facebook

“Don’t judge a book by its cover,” is a saying that will never go out of date because, that is how we interpret the world we live on, we see an image and based on our interpretation of the image, we will decide whether or not to dig a little bit deeper.

This concept is behind a lot of marketing especially on social media platforms. Marketers understand that they will only have a moment of their target market’s attention, and if they do not grab their interest in that moment, the message they are sending will never be delivered.

Unless you have a product with has an appealing image such as woman’s clothes or baby accessories, you will have to use alternative images to get the attention of your target market.

The images should be related to your target market’s interests. Below are some of the images I have shared in the past that get the general public’s attention.

If your target market is golfers, this image will get their attention.

Golf

Animal lovers will find the following image interesting,

Eye on you. 3

Targeting emotions is a popular way of getting attention.

The choice

Parents will see the funny side of this image,

Mom and Dad

Do you know anybody who can resist of a good cup of tea?

cup of tea

Quotes are a very popular way of getting attention.

Snow

A male audience will be more interested in the next image.

psychiatrist

Inspirational messages will get the attention you want for the right reasons.

The rain

The last image is a great template for life,

Words are a wonderful way of describing events in a story or learning about technical subjects, but when you are online being sociable with your clients and customers, using images is a lot more beneficial for your business.

Thank you for taking the time to view these images, I hope you enjoyed looking at them as much as I did?

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About BrendanDunne

Sharing my life experience, one post at a time.
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