Every marketer or small business owner who wants to thrive online knows how difficult it is to stand out from the pack. With thousands of internet entrepreneurs trying their best to make it, the only way you can succeed is by stepping up your marketing A-game and using the best visuals you can to supercharge your digital assets. And when it comes to digital assets, there’s nothing more important than stunning imagery.
But you don’t have to resort to cheesy and overused stock photos that circulate on the internet every day. You want yours to be unique, something that can capture people’s attention – and JumpStory can provide that for you.
A better and cheaper alternative to Adobe Stock, JumpStory reinvents the photo and video industry by letting marketers across the world get access to the world’s best visuals in a single click. The platform has over 25 million stunning images, illustrations, vector icons, videos, and a ton more digital assets that you can use to spruce up your blog, website, emailers, social media posts, YouTube covers, Instagram stories, and more.
But what makes it unique is it helps you land upon an asset that’s perfect for your project using Artificial Intelligence. You’ll be able to find exactly what you’re looking for within seconds and even predict the possible performance of photos. You can edit them too, thanks to the built-in image editor.
While that may sound complex, it’s easier than you can imagine. Here’s a short explainer to give you an idea:
If you think you’ll ever run out of assets when you start using the platform, don’t fret. JumpStory adds more than 20,000 images to its library on a daily basis, so you’ll always have fresh content. Whether you’re using it for personal or commercial projects, there’s no limit to the number of downloads you make.
Normally $2,340, you can get a lifetime membership to JumpStory on sale for only $99.99.
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Byline: Nicole Cord-Cruz