Customers are designers, marketers, advertisers, art and creative directors, other professionals, and sometimes people just like you! They’re using Twenty20 to find amazing imagery for whatever project they're working on (blog posts, social media, website articles, email newsletters, etc).
We have a lot of customers, so finding where one photo ended up isn’t something we actively track down. But, there are a couple of things we have done so you can get a sense of where your photos might be going.
- We have a customers page! Check it out: https://www.twenty20.com/customers
- We have an Instagram account that follows our customers too. To see who @twenty20photos follows and scope out Twenty20 photos in the wild, click here!
- We posted a few articles on our blog highlighting how some of our customers have used your photos. See them here.
Steps To Get Your Photos Ready
Customers will use the search functionality on Twenty20 to find photos, so you need to make sure that your photos have good descriptions and keywords so they will get found.
Depending on the nature of their project, they might really need a high resolution photo - make your photos as large as possible!
They will be looking for high quality photos of people, so make sure you've gotten permission from people in the photos.
Most importantly, customers can be looking for different things at different points in time. We run challenges so you know exactly what customers want or need.
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What are they purchasing?
The photos that most customers are searching for are authentic photos of real people in real situations. Photos with people are most likely to sell on Twenty20. Moments that showcase human emotion will be the key to selling your photos.
Authentic content that customers look for:
- Your friends hanging out at the bar, school, various events, the park, etc.
- Fun shots of families in real life moments
- Close up portraits of people who are happy, sad, tired, laughing, etc.
- Crisp shots of people working out, running, lifting weights, etc.
- People in a natural work environment
- Close up photos of animals, pets, etc.
- Urban, cultural, and environmental shots
Top keywords customers search for:
- Family (mother, baby, kids)
- Medical (doctor, nurse, hospital, patient)
- Business (office, work, woman)
- Phones (iPhone, mobile, texting, calling, cell)
- School (college, students, classroom)
Basic steps to make sure customers find your photos:
- Get permission from people
- Tag your photos with keywords
- Enter Challenges
- Submit photos to the Signature Collection
- Post high resolution photos