Visual Watermark Blog (English)

How to Optimize Images for Your Website

In this day and age, it is nearly impossible to imagine a successful website that contains nothing but text; and it is not without reason. After all, a picture is worth a thousand words, and here’s the proof of that. According to the research, the human brain processes visual information better and faster than text. Plus, the vast majority of people tend to remember what they saw instead of what they read.

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Images, infographics, and other types of visual content make a website look more professional and appealing, no matter what niche it belongs to. It is a great place to showcase your works or demonstrate the goods that you are selling.

Not to mention that most people would simply be reluctant to buy online a product that doesn’t have any photos; even if you provide a beautiful and incredibly detailed description. It’s like buying a pig in a poke! Even blogs, which are supposed to be mainly focused on the text, perform a lot better when they include a fair share of visuals.

How to Watermark Photos on Android in 2021

The main purpose of watermarks – and the reason why they were invented in the first place – is theft prevention. Stealing an image has never been easier, less time-consuming, and practically devoid of any effort as it is today. In most cases, you don’t even need a special app to get a piece of visual content that somebody else has created and pass it as your own.

To avoid this, stock photography companies publish low-resolution photos, completely covered with repeated watermarks that are nearly impossible to remove. People have no other choice, but to buy a license, so they could download original images that they liked. Artists use a similar, yet subtler way of protecting their works: they sign one of the corners of their paintings. As you can see, adding your name or logo to your photos can be of great help, if you want to establish your copyright.

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Watermarks can prevent your images from being stolen as well as promote your brand.

How To Watermark Your Instagram Photos in 2021

In the past, it took a lot of effort, hard work, and, often, money to get people to see your art since there weren’t many options of where you could display it. Nowadays, you don’t even have to leave your house to share your works with the world; just tap a few buttons and send your images roaming the Internet.

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Instagram has nearly 1,3 billion active users from all over the world. Through this app, you can meet and bond with like-minded people, who will become your dear friends and most ardent supporters. It provides great opportunities to turn your passion into a profession by getting brand deals and finding new customers. This platform has helped hundreds of people to realize their dreams. Instagram has drastically changed the business scene and our lives in general.

However, the bad came along with the good, because this platform has also made it very easy for people to steal art. Fortunately, watermarks can protect your creative works and get your name out there, at the same time.

Process your PDFs with our new web service

Greetings, everyone!

We are very happy to announce that we are launching a new website for processing PDF files!

Our new web service will offer several online tools. With their help, you’ll be able to merge, split, compress and convert your PDF documents. At the moment, there is only one web-based app available – Merge PDFs. But we are planning on adding the other online tools soon.

New online tools: Crop Photo and Compress JPEG

Hello, everyone!

We have some amazing news for you! Today we’d like to tell you about two new online tools that are available on our website.

First of all, now you can crop photos without watermarking them with our new Crop Photo web-based app. It is straightforward, simple and fast with no pop ups or ads disturbing you. With our app you can crop each photo in one batch differently. You can choose one of three popular aspect ratios – 1:1, 4:3,16:9 – or adjust the cropping area to your liking without any locked proportions. Aspect ratio is the ratio of the width of an image to its height.