By sharing other people’s high quality images, you can elevate your unknown brand. A high quality look and feel can communicate a sense of professionalism and success. High quality product photography can be expensive, so curating content from across the web can be a better option.
How to Save Images on Your Phone:
Save the image from Google Images or Pinterest (simply ensure you know who created the content to credit them).
Avoid ‘screenshotting’ images as much as possible as it degrades the quality of the image (if you must, use the biggest screen possible to get the image).
You can use an app like Repost (there’s a free and paid version available) to save an image from Instagram or DownloadGram.com to save from your desktop.
Curation Etiquette for Tagging:
Directly tag the photo with the original content creators’ post
Add a “📸 by @theirhandle” in your caption or share that the photos is by @theirhandle in the caption
Example of a Curated Image from @smtofficial (one of Gretta’s ecommerce companies):
As you can see, the photo is tagged and @adikosh123 is also tagged in the comments to give her credit for her work.