News and Articles About Image
If you want to be taken seriously, you need to be deliberate about your business style.
As temperatures rise, you still have to dress the part of a competent entrepreneur.
You don't have to be, like, totally hot to work at the preppy retailer anymore. Here's why Abercrombie is going G-rated.
How you choose to present yourself in that tiny square can reveal a lot to your professional contacts. Here's some advice from a LinkedIn career expert and a professional photographer.
One bad email, one poorly pitched product or one awkward meeting is all it takes to go from hero to zero in your network's eyes.
Companies need to build a strategy that emphasizes a product's value proposition for the more desirable label of "affordable."
Images are more likely to gain attention, entice your community to take action and inspire brand advocacy if they accomplish one or more of five key goals.
The photos we post online of ourselves are an important opportunity for creating a first impression. Your selection deserves more effort than a recent selfie.
Your photo on the professional network says a lot more about you than you think.
A U.K. education institute is offering a class on the 'art of self-portraiture.'
You could get passed over on LinkedIn if your headshot stinks. Put your best face forward on the popular professional networking hub by not making these common and comical profile faux pas.
Two years ago, the Polaroid Socialmatic was just concept art. Now, it's the real deal.
You know what they say: perception is reality. Use this to your advantage by making your company appear larger than it is.
Whether you're giving out advice or launching a new product, if they're not paying, they're not paying attention.