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Are your images attracting customers?

We love helping small businesses succeed and one of the ways we do that is by helping curate and create images that resonate with their audience.

First, let’s start with your audience…

Who is your online audience, and more importantly, who do you want your online audience to be?

The first step in knowing what content to show your audience starts with figuring out who your audience is. Do you know who buys your product or service? Do you know where they live? Do you know this, but want another type of person to buy your product or service? By taking a deep dive into who makes up your audience, you can start to identify where they live, what things interest them, where they like to go, and things they like to do.

What does your ideal customer like?

The next step is to figure out what your audience actually likes to see. As a business owner, my main goal online is to provide useful information for my current and potential clients that is helpful for their business. Maybe you want to be entertaining. Whether you’re informational or funny, you’ll attract the type of audience who resonates with your personality. That’s why it’s important to know what your ideal customer looks like, then create your content (while still fitting your business’ personality) that they will love to see.

A GREAT WAY TO DETERMINE WHAT YOUR IDEAL CUSTOMER LIKES ONLINE IS TO IDENTIFY A FEW OF YOUR IDEAL CLIENTS – WHETHER THEY ACTUALLY ARE CUSTOMERS OR NOT – AND RESEARCH WHO THEY ARE FOLLOWING. WHEN YOU START TO SEE A COMMON THEME, THEN YOU’LL KNOW YOU’RE ON THE RIGHT TRACK.

I love using this example of my Dad’s store. He has a small pharmacy in South Alabama with a gift shop, and while we were trying to sell the products in the gift shop, we knew that his audience loves Fixer Upper and Alabama football. So…guess what we did, we created images that fit those lifestyles. And guess what happened! He started attracting more customers and doubled his prescription business. We love this type of response!

By understanding exactly who our audience was and who we wanted it to be, the photos we used attracted and retained our audience to increase sales and drive online growth.

We create a custom image library for your business.

At Focus Creative, we create a custom library of images for your business to attract your ideal customers, to retain your current customers, and keep your business on brand.

You’ve worked hard to build your business.

Let us help you create CUSTOM photos that reflect how amazing your business truly is.

 

here’s a sample from some companies we’ve worked with:

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Commercial Product and Lifestyle Product Photography for Freedom Soaps

We’ve worked with Freedom Soaps since 2017 when it was purchased by Anne & Vince Schilleci to develop a collection of images in line with their brand. We work with them on a monthly basis to create both product and lifestyle product images to showcase their all-natural soap and other body products. Their images are showcased on their website, social media, and at AmericasMart where they meet wholesale customers.

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Lifestyle Product Photography for Gilded Garment

Gilded Garment came to us looking to create images that were in-line with their recent rebranding efforts. We work with them on a periodic basis to create lifestyle product images for them to feature through their e-commerce store thegildedgarment.com.

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Commercial Branding Photography for Birch Tree Day Spa

Birch Tree Day Spa recently opened in Ross Bridge – Hoover, AL and wanted a cohesive brand strategy from inception. We work with them on a monthly basis to create a library of custom images they can use in their online marketing efforts.

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Product + Lifestyle Product Photography for Dreamfit

Focus Creative worked with Dreamfit’s parent company, HomTex, along with their branding company to create 2 day lifestyle photoshoot, plus product images, for this line of sheets. We worked with them and the branding agency to ensure everything was in line with what they were wanting along with producing, directing, and photographing the photoshoot.

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food photography for Dyron’s Lowcountry

We worked with Dyron’s Lowcountry, located in Mountain Brook, Alabama, to create a library of images to showcase their delicious food.

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