There are two issues to discuss in this post. Powerful image and unique blog post. Each of the two intends to give to the other. Here’s how it is.
If you choose the image below to convey this action–> FIND for the above headline or title, does it do justice to the post?
It does not seem to serve the purpose well. The two people may look like they’re finding something in a spacious area. It may look like they are simply walking to a certain destination. The image conveys many messages that are subjective. It does not immediately suggest the ‘FIND’ action word.
For a unique blog post, everything in it should follow. All of the parts are unique from the headline to the first sentence to the body and down to the conclusion. If you wanted to insert an image, it has to give to the purpose of writing a unique blog post. Choose an image that is powerful.
Let’s take a look at this image from Pexel.
At first glance, you immediately connect the image to the action word FIND. It’s an instrument used for looking at things. Not a literal representation but it speaks about the word FIND in the heading or title. It’s powerful nonetheless.
The image’s quality plays a very important role, too. Though the first image does not have the best quality, the image from Pexel stood out because of its better quality. You need to have images of quality to create a unique blog post. Images are the life of each post.
Practically, a blog post requires the basic requirements (focus, development, audience awareness, organization, correctness). Images are like add-ons that surprisingly boost the uniqueness of a blog post.
Speaking of images, you might need to read some helpful tips about using images for your websites or blog posts from the internet. It’s an eye-opener. You cannot be incriminated because you were ignorant about laws on the use of images from other sources.