Now, you’re not Apple or SquareSpace. Believe me, I get it.
But trust me when I tell you, below-average or bad pictures on your support website are a stumbling block to raising support
. This is especially true of your hero pictures. And this is doubly true for your home page hero!
If you can, pay a professional for a handful of key shots you’ll use on your support website. (And you can use them lots of other places too.)
Consider paying for these simple pictures:
- You engaging in your mission with someone you serve (1-on-1 and smiling is great). Use it on your home page.
- A portfolio picture of you (family or individual if single). Use it for your About page or section. Note: If you have kids, plan on updating this once a year or so.
If you can get a few more, great. But these are pictures you will use on the two most important and visited pages on your support website.