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Knowing How to Apply Graphics
By: Brian Lee
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    In any decent website, the pictures and graphics incorporated into the page arenít simply for show, but can also be a marketing strategy.When graphics are used properly it can get your revenue up tenfold. On the other hand, poorly chosen, made or placed graphics within a webpage can be more devastating then having no graphics at all.

    Graphics on any type of website should be a tool used to accent the major points of your page. When pictures are well placed, it will persuade your visitor to become a client. This can be done by simply integrating marketing strategies when designing your graphics.

    For instance, when picking out a color for your graphics, donít only choose your favorite colors or colors you find nice, but pick hues that will emphasize your sites product or service. For example, letís say that your website is one that offers summer vacations near the ocean. For this site topic, choosing colors like grey and purple has nothing to do with your product.

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