Every day, marketers and creatives are pumping out new photos, videos, GIFs and graphics.
Why? Because visual content works. Visual content resonates with audiences better than anything else, and your audience’s demand for this content is insatiable.
But this constant churn is creating a perfect storm.
All of a sudden, you’re drowning in a huge number of visual assets. Not to mention, each one of those files is massive. How do you make sure you can find your assets when you need to use them? How do you store them and move them around without assets getting lost in the shuffle?
But don’t worry – we’ve got some simple steps to help you clean up the clutter and improve your visual content marketing workflow.
Getting organized can be daunting, but if you focus on taking it one day at a time, it can change your life (and your ability to get content out as quickly as possible).
Every day for two weeks, we’ll send you one easy step to take that day. Each step is small and manageable.
This course will help you:
- Be mindful about your workflow and focus on just one step at a time
- Learn best practices to use all the time
- Simplify your process for moving content from creation to publish
For example, on day three, we’ll send you one simple step that will take you 15 minutes or less: Write down 10 keywords. Taking a few minutes to think carefully about keywords today (or, in this case, on day three) will help you save time whenever you’re adding metadata to your files and whenever you need to find photos, videos, etc. quickly in the future.
Plus, this simple step will help build a foundation for the steps to come.
By the end of the 14 days, you’ll find that your visual content marketing workflow is simpler and easier because you’ve developed habits to keep your assets organized, accessible and more. Sign up now!
Kristin is the Content Marketing Manager for Libris. She covers visual storytelling trends and best practices here on the Libris blog and uses her background in television production, daily news and communications to shoot, produce, edit and publish video content for social media, marketing and sales.