Getting just the right image for your site can be a real challenge. If you haven’t already got images to use on your site (e.g. images taken by a professional photographer when visiting your yoga studio), then you might want to visit one or more royalty free image sites and download some images you like. It’s also a good idea to add an image to every blog post. An image on a post is proven to increase the percentage visitors clicking the ‘read more’ button.
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