5 Ways To Use Your Headshots & Personal Branding Images

1. Use Your Images On Your Website Or Blog

(This is how I use some of my images on my "about" page. I show myself during a shoot, with my kids, and my headshot that I use throughout my online presence)

People do business with people they can relate to. If you have no images of yourself on your website, your audience will have a hard time putting a face to your brand. Having a variety of images - not just a headshot - will create a sense of security, and your audience will

be able to relate to you and be more comfortable making a buying decision with you. Personal branding images will help set you apart, and help build your online presence as the expert in your field.

2. Social Media

Social media is primarily image-based. As a professional, you NEED updated profesional images of YOU, your brand, and you working in your business & with the people in your business. Continuously showing current images on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, your blog etc. is the best - and fastest way - to build and develop your online brand. Use these images to curate the brand you want your clients to see. If your images are more than a year old, it's time to update!

3. Your Dating Profile

It’s the best way to make a good first impression. Professional pictures make your profile stand out, and help people get to know you. I know you’ve seen some ummm.... less than attractive profile pictures! A personal branding photo shoot will elevate your image and bring out the best version of you! It will really showcase your personality to the people you want to meet.

4. Your Business Cards!

Or any other marketing materials. When I am networking and I walk away with a handful of cards, there is no question that I remember the faces before the names. Having a picture of you on your card is absolutely an asset to your networking game! I promise!

5. Auditions Or Job Resumes

If you are an actor or model, or applying for a new job, it’s just a no-brainer. Good images will set you apart, and keep your face on the employer’s radar. Don’t underestimate the power of good images!

Thank you for sticking around 'till the end! Hope to see you soon!