Albert Goodman is a leading, proactive firm of accountants. We are always looking for ways we can improve the service we offer companies and individuals, and that’s why we took the decision to launch our very own App.
The much talked about MTD went live on 1 April 2019. In case you have been living in a bubble and don’t know what MTD stands for, it’s Making Tax Digital. This is an HMRC initiative to digitalise record keeping and mandate the submission of information to them through digitally enabled software/links. Initially this affects the submission of VAT returns.
So you've started your business, the website has been launched and you are so excited for all of your new customers to see it. However, time goes by as does the tumbleweed, crickets are chirping in the background and you're sat there feeling disheartened and discouraged wondering why you aren't getting the traffic and reach that you want and deserve.
Stock photography is a very commonly used way of doing this as there are millions of stock images online that you can pick up for little cost and fit right in to your website.
This may be the easiest option but it’s not always the most efficient or productive as there are a few pros and cons to this method. It is very important to think about whether you want to go with stock photography for your project as it is a highly important topic. Here are our pros and cons for stock photography…