Visual Aides in Content

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Visual Aides in Content

Back when we were younger, and we were at school, there was a system called, 'play based learning'.

This type of learning was full of color; full of life; full of eye capturing learning techniques.

The same should be said today, with how we approach our digital marketing.

We all understand that there are 3 types of learners:

1. Those that see things and learn

2. Those that hear things and learn

3. Those that do things and learn

It's how these 3 types of learners process information that becomes very important to the online marketer, or online business professional, who would like to 'get their message out there!'

You need to adapt your content efforts, to suit all 3 different types of learners.

Here is a couple of visual ideas for those that see things and learn:


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Here is an example of a video for those that hear things and learn:

Here is an example of a kinesthetic offer for those that do things and learn:

Implementing these simple few ideas into your own websites.

Hunt around for free software that helps you build these aids.

We love to use Canva for our infographics. and we still use Pixabay and Flickr to source free images or we take images ourselves with our Canon camera.

You just need to jump in and give it a try!

When we think about the visual aids that are online, we really need to start embracing the change, and implementing all these types of visuals with our own affiliate marketing businesses or online businesses.

Can you remember back to when you were young and your teacher's used to read or show you diagrams of the alphabet and the letters?

Next to each letter was a picture but started with the letter…

Did you ever wonder why that picture was there?

Kids may understand pictures before they understand letters, and through this association (with the picture) the letters will become habit or something that is known.

So, if you haven't already done so we strongly suggest that you start implementing more visual aids on each post and page or article on your own website.

Do some hunting and gathering for free stock photos or take your own.

Using photoscape you can easily edit the photos to include text,  or speech bubbles, or other graphics.

You're only limited by your own imagination.

My grandson has his own YouTube channel decorator and he creates his own thumbnails from free stock photos and then embeds his own face on the stock photos.

These thumbnails are on each of his little videos that he has created for his channel.

I didn't teach him how to do this he learnt for himself... he's 11…

So, if my 11 year old Grandson is able to research online and figure things out that seem advance but really aren't then surely you can too.

Now we don't really know how many visual aids should appear on a page or a post.

There's no set requirement as such for this online.

Search engines don't have any specific requirements,  as to the amount of images that should appear on a page or post.

We like to use at least three or more images on every single post that we create,  depending on the size of the post.

We like to use big font

We like to separate our paragraphs

We like to get to the point quick

We love using large images with text in them for featured images on every post.

These are just some of the things that we love to do at Affiliate Mastery Institute.

Your business may be completely different and may offer or do things completely different to us, that doesn't make it right or wrong.

That is our point of difference and that is what we consistently try to achieve, with our content marketing strategy.

I love to build my quizzes using thrive quiz builder.  You may prefer not to pay a subscription fee for your quiz building software.

There are a multitude of free quiz builders online, most of them offer a free experience for a set amount of time. Research them and try them out for yourself.

Find what is going to be most suited to your online business,  and stick to it.

We use Camtasia 4 hour video creations,  again you may prefer to use a free video creator tool. We also like to use Powtoon,  but this is not for everyone.

It all comes down to your own niche and what it is you're trying to achieve online.

Remembering that over half of the population are visual learners, will help you understand the importance of having visual aids on your websites.

We want to appeal to the entire population not just those who learn better  through sight,  don't forget about those who learn better through hearing,  all those that learn better by doing.

Here at Affiliate Mastery Institute, we are going to try to reach all three learning abilities more often.

We hope that you have enjoyed this post and that you found some important information here that can help you achieve what you desire for your websites.

Until next time,


Judi and her team

Affiliate Mastery Institute ©

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