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Visual Research for Business (Posted On: Saturday, December 13, 2014)

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If a picture is worth a thousand words, how much does it translate in time and dollars to your business? Can you find the perfect picture to convey your message quickly or do you need help?

A professional Visual Researcher can save you time, money and legal headaches while you concentrate on other aspects of your business.

In today's technology-driven world, business owners suddenly find themselves needing to know something about research and where to find photos and video for websites, blogs, social media pages, newsletters, brochures - even books.  But how much time do you have and is there legal risk?

It can take hours to sift through the overload of pictures on the internet to try and find what you're looking for in good quality. A visual researcher can do this faster simply by knowing where to start, who to contact and by having a solid network of suppliers at hand.

Online images can also be cropped, altered and small in terms of resolution making them difficult to work with.  A visual researcher fact-checks the source and can track down a high quality version or suggest alternatives.

Image research is also risky when it comes to privacy and ownership. This is especially true if a photo or video involves people!  A Visual Researcher seeks out the image owner, negotiates fees and permissions thus reducing legal issues for clients.

Remember - the internet is only decades old.  Some of the best images are still hidden away in the archives and libraries of the world. Wouldn't you like to communicate something fresh and unique for your business?

For all your image and clearance needs contact Big Picture Research at 705-532-1630.


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