Do you spend a lot of time finding the right images to use for your blog or social media posts?

For me, one of the most time-consuming things about marketing is finding images. Even when I know they’re on my computer, I can’t seem to find the right images when I need them. And that can derail my posting schedule.

If you struggle with this problem, here’s a simple idea that may help: creating an image library.

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Create an Image Library in Five Steps

Set aside some time and follow these five steps:

  1. Identify the topics or themes you post most often about.
  2. Determine the kinds of images you want for each topic or theme.
  3. Create subfolders within your main pictures folder for each topic, theme, or image category.
  4. Search for images that fit each topic or theme.
  5. Save the images in the correct subfolder, and name them in a way that describes the image for easier searching later.

In my next video, I’ll give you an example of how it works.

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