4 Great Image Tools to Drive Facebook Engagement – Social Media Tips Part 4!

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Welcome to Part 4 of my blog post series Great Examples and Techniques for Using Images to Drive Engagement for Your Facebook Image Page. As we have discussed in the previous posts, images are so important to help you achieve your social media marketing success. Even now more so than ever. According to a recent survey conducted by Software Advice and Adobe, using images and photos is the most important tactic for optimizing content for social media, followed by using hashtags and usernames and targeting specific people.


I decided to do some more research and also found the following:


  • Brain research shows that almost half of our brain is involved in visual processing – and we can make sense of a visual in less than 1/10 of a second! Conversely, on average, we only read 28% of words on any given web page. via 3-5 Marketing
  • Images on Facebook Images receive 53% more Likes, 104% more comments, and 84% more click-throughs on links. 53%! 104%! 84%! via Kissmetrics,
  • Photos Make Up 93% of The Most Engaging Posts on Facebook. Via Social Bakers


Photographers that can use their own original and optimized images in a unique way are getting noticed. Not only on Facebook but all social networks. So leverage your skill and expertise and try out some of these tools to help you with your social media posting.

In this video blog post I am going to share with you 4 tools that can help you accomplish this in a fast and easy way.




Georgia-ProfileGuest post by Georgia McCabe follow her on Google+ – As an author, speaker, trainer and social media and photography evangelist, her perspectives on social media appear in print in her newest book entitled “SocialMorphosis – Transforming Your Business through Social Media”. Georgia is also a co-author of the book “The Relationship Age”, with social media guru Mari Smith. Georgia is a frequent guest blogger for our professional photography lab

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