Boost your Facebook posts with strong imagery

According to the editors at AdvertisingAge- “Marketers need to jettison generic ad creative and text-heavy wall posts in favor of high-quality, engaging ad creative with smart imagery and limited text. Facebook will reward them for doing so with greater exposure in users’ News Feeds.”

Good news for me, since I am, ahem, IN the business of providing high-quality smart imagery. (Too many words…need picture.)

This is a magazine cover portrait of Greenhouse Grille co-owner Jeremy Gawthorp.Shreve_080428_0095P

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I just want to drive it, not work on it

This describes my experience with getting this site & blog up & running.
Back in the day, I had a bright orange 1976 VW camper van. Lots of big memories from that thing. It seems I spent more time lying under the back end, adjusting the valves, adjusting the timing, etc. than I ┬áspent in the driver’s seat. And anyone who knows me will tell you I’m NOT a mechanic.
The design host has been helpful, but they only go so far. So, I’m looking to hire a WordPress guru ASAP to help me get the Panorama page up & running.
To prove the point, I’ve been trying for 45 minutes to simply upload a perfect image to illustrate this, and NOTHING works.

I’m so frustrated.
OK, so I got the image to load by uploading it to my MobileMe gallery, then importing from a URL, since the system refused to accept my uploading from my computer.
I’m persistent, if nothing else, and also late for dinner.

More later.