Plain and simple facts about blog thumbnails

Plain and simple facts about blog thumbnails


One thing I’ve been thinking about lately as I’ve been writing blog posts more often is that I’ve been doing a lot of blogging. It’s a no-brainer, but the effect is surprising.

Make it a cute female thumbnail.

The act of adding a thumbnail to a blog post is a common one, isn’t it? I think it’s essential to add some kind of photo as an eye catcher. Try turning that photo into a picture of a cute woman. It’s sad to say, but sometimes that photo will get you traffic.

Don’t overdo it.

You’re the one who thought you’d get more traffic with women’s photos, and then decided to make all of your photos female. Wait a minute. Too much blogging and too much life is not a good thing. It’s all about balance.

For example, if the topic is computers and a picture of a woman appears for no reason, you may feel a little uncomfortable and feel that you are not the only one. No? Even though women’s photos are more accessible, it’s important to choose the right photos in the right places.

For example, if you’re writing a blog post about human psychology, or if you’re writing about male and female romance I think it’s effective for

Animals work well, too.

The same thing can be said for dogs, cats and other animals. You can use thumbnails linked to the expressions of those animals, or you can use them for something related to the animal. Good.


Taken for a blog post, the photos are just images. Of course, I do think it’s important to have some beans and other things to explain.

It’s such an image photo, but using it effectively plants the image of that photo in a hazy way. You might be able to

I want to use photos in a balanced and effective way while being careful not to overdo it.

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