Creative Photography

By Steve on

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SEO Creative specialise in website design, website marketing and website conversions, but one area may people forget to budget for is Photography.

A good website design will be accessible to both users and search engines and although search engines have problems with images and photo’s your users will respond well to good photography, product photography etc. Creative photography can really improve conversions on your website, and will make your website stand out from the crowd.

When designing a website your web designer will give you options for usability and if you can I would definately recommend some good photography. Some brochure websites look plain without images and if you have an Ecommerce website good images of your products is a must!

If you combine good SEO with good web design, images and content then your site will perform well, you can use analytics to determine any creative areas that need to be improved. With image search becoming more popular you can even get your images to come up in the SERPs and refer traffic.

SEO Creative can help you with your photography needs, we have photographers who can cover, architecture, portraits, art, wedding photography, product photography and much more.

About Steve

Steve is the lead developer/geek!. Steve likes soup; perhaps a little too much as it seems to be all he eats?! He's currently into his fitness and aiming to shed lots of excess weight and get fighting fit.

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