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Web Pages 101: Folio Gallery

Within theimagefile you have a choice of eight different pages in which to display and sell your images. The page type that this article is going to focus on is the folio gallery page.

The folio gallery page displays one thumbnail per Client Gallery collection. The visitor clicks the gallery image to access all images within the collection. If the collection is password protected the visitor will be required to enter the password before viewing the images. The folio gallery page contains two text editor panels for adding and formatting the text.

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The Advantages of Seamless Integration!


Branding is a key process within a business as it shows the personality, quality, origin and target market of a particular company. Think of branding as a container for your business’ reputation and good will. Strong branding can build trust between a company and its customers. Potential clients are often given a firm idea of what they are buying before they buy it, making the purchasing decision far easier and therefore far more enjoyable. This would mean that your business’ reputation would get better and therefore your brand’s “container” would hold far more weight with clients.


Throwback Thursday – What’s Your Most Popular Image?


Understanding your customer base is key to running a successful business. Do you know what your customers look for? Do they buy what they say they want? Many customers give the impression that they want photographs of the bride and groom at the wedding or their mother in law in the portrait studio. But do they actually buy those pictures or something completely different? Knowing this type of information allows you to maximise your sales.

On theimagefile you can see what your most popular images are. You can view what has been viewed the most, purchased the most frequently or downloaded most often (if you are permitting downloads of course).


Simply log in to your account on theimagefile and go to My Images > Search Files where you can search by most viewed, sales volume, most downloaded as well as sixteen other options.

Also check out My Images > Statistics to see your last viewed images, when collections were last viewed etc.


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