“If you can keep your head when all about you
Are losing theirs and blaming it on you,
If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,
But make allowance for their doubting too”
Wise words indeed, making decisions is the core of business and your public profile is an increasingly important element. Social media platforms such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter, along with your website, are all essential items in the make-up of a modern and well thought out media presence. If your image is out there, it makes sense to make it right.
We all have memories of the day the school photographer came to school. In my day you had two shots (or chances) and that was the record for the year, good or bad.
Your business portrait
Often the ‘about us’ pages of our websites reflect this similar natural dislike of being in the spotlight by having a number of ‘bunny in the headlights’ shots. This can be off-putting to potential clients and that’s something that you don’t want to do. A good Business portrait will help sell your image.
So maybe it’s time to put a little more thought into how you portray your image on your website. There is no perfect solution but advancements in digital cameras and lighting can add a little extra pizzazz to your profile page. There is no getting away from it, it’s not part of the natural flow of the day but a little more time spent on capturing the right image of your team for your website will make a difference.
Some of us may want to remain behind the safe environment of the website but for those who wish to venture into the public domain give me a call and take a look at my images. Remember, the customer likes to put a face to the brand. That’s something that will never change.
Take a look at my images
www.neilmunnsphotography.co.uk / 2016