Include an Image in Your Content
six include an image or several in your content. I have a secret to share with. You might not be much of a secret. Maybe you already know what I'm going to say. I hope you won't get offended. Here goes, people are lazy, you're lazy, I'm lazy. You're lazy. Maybe you're not lazy, but our eyes and minds can be a bit lazy on the distraction filled internet. So to keep your readers from feeling overwhelmed when they end up face to face with a big chunk of text, you should include a relevant visually pleasing image or two in your blog posts. If you're writing a list post that would benefit from more than a couple of visuals, you can source several images. You might even decide to include an image for every item on your list. Where can you find images to use? You've got options, you can use screenshots, you can create your own infographics, charts and diagrams that represent specific information or data and include them in the content. You can use a relevant stock photo just to make sure you'...
re using it legally inciting the photographer if necessary. You can use photos showcasing people at your company no matter your approach. Your content will flow much better with some visuals. Your audience will thank you for making the effort and you can even optimize the images you use for S. C. O. But we'll get to that in the next chapter before I let you go here. Before we move on to search engine optimization. I want to thank you for sticking with me. I also want to remind you that when you draft your post, you absolutely need to make sure your content is readable, concise and conversational. This brings me to the final best practice we'll discuss before moving on to S C. O.