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  • Writer's pictureZeynep Burcu Yenipınar

How to Reinforce your Brand Image with Today’s Visual Trends

When we talk about “visuals”, that doesn’t only mean pictures, vector logos, etc. You can use your company’s color scheme and signatures as visual components to reinforce your brand image and message.

When using the power of visuals to boost your business, you need to make sure you’re following today’s trends that will help you resonate with your target audience and/or grab any potential customers’ attention. Resonating with your audience and staying up-to-date with current trends are absolutely tied together if you want to step ahead of the competition.

First, you need to make sure you’re picking out the right colors, image types, and quality that goes along with your company’s energy, messaging, branding and vision. If you’re using visuals that only grab attention and that do not reflect who you are as a brand, that’s only going to set sparks in the short run, and set you up for failure in the long run, unfortunately.

Of course, there is the “budget” side of that finding the right visuals. Trying to create, find and put together the most appropriate visuals is very time-consuming with full dedication and planning. In addition, it is often too costly as you will use paid subscriptions to find images or you would have to take pictures yourself, which is another story, where you would have to rent or pay for all the equipment. If you have a team, who are dedicated to finding the right images sharing the same company vision at heart, and with the audience's knowledge, this can be scalable.

For businesses aiming to align their marketing efforts with the most current trends in visual marketing, the old-school methods can easily be outdated. At the end of the day, engaging with your target audience might become frustrating as your audience will either lose interest or not pay attention to your “untrendy” visuals.

All in all, as @pinkocreative, we recommend you to keep up with the latest visuals and trends for your industry and try to put together a #visualstrategy” within your overall #marketingstrategy.


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