Free Social Media Downloads For Your Business

As many already know, I run the social media brand Eyes On Eye Care. I am a strong supporter of independent optometry and independent business as a whole. Those that follow the Twitter, FacebookInstagram and YouTube pages of Eyes On Eye Care will be aware that I have started to create royalty-free content for download to help independents have a range of content and ideas to regularly post to their own feeds to help build up and drive engagement.

 

All posts created so far are available for free, on the basis that the images created are not sold, or made available as part of a package to be resold.  You can, however, add your own business details to the post to allow viewers to easily identify the post as from your business. Please note, any alterations must not state I, nor Eyes On Eye Care, endorse your business. By downloading these images, you are agreeing to these terms.

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July 2020 Content

Posted on 2nd August, 2020

These were the posts from the July update of my Patreon page, of which I have since suspended as there was minimal interaction on the page and the return to work has been very time-intensive. I will therefore focus posting a selection of social media images here on this blog once a month to ensure businesses can still receive a source of high-quality optometry-related business social media images. 

 

The same terms apply - they are free to use without accreditation and can be modified for your own business as you seem fit, as long as you do not claim to own the image, or sell on as an individual file or make available as part of a larger collection.

 

I am still offering the opportunity to have these images customised, with your logo, contact details or produced in your own colour schemes. If you would like a bespoke image, I am currently open to requests.  Please use the Contact Me form to request details. 

 

 

HERE COMES THE SUN

 

The words

 

July, August and September are traditionally months where the UK experiences its sunniest periods and as such the demand for sunglasses is high. Use this post to talk about sunglasses, as a cover for a selection of images in a sequence or talk about protecting eyes from ultraviolet radiation. 

 

I am able to alter the colours, text and customise to your business. Please contact me for a quote. The image above is otherwise free in its current state. 

 

To download the image, right click on the image and select "Save As" or follow this link: HERE COMES THE SUN and then right click and select "Save As". The latter will be in the full 1080 resolution. 

 

 

NEW COBWEBS IN YOUR VISION?

 

A craft paper scene of a cobweb with an eyeball in the centre. The words

 

A new cobweb in your vision can be a sign of a vitreoretinal issue such as a posterior vitreous detachment, retinal tear or a retinal detachment.  Prompt investigation with a dilated fundus examination is required. Use this post to talk about the symptoms of flashes and floaters and why it is important to have them investigated urgently. It can also be used to talk about other urgent eye care situations.

 

I am able to alter the colours, text and customise to your business. Please contact me for a quote. The image above is otherwise free in its current state. 

 

To download the image, right click on the image and select "Save As" or follow this link: NEW COBWEBS IN YOUR VISION and then right click and select "Save As". The latter will be in the full 1080 resolution. 

 

 

DIY PROJECT?

 

A craft paper saw appears on a brown background with the words

 

DIY projects are the source of many injuries, including severe injury to the eye. This image can accompany a post that can be used to talk about eye protection and the importance of wearing it when doing DIY projects.  You may wish to include facts and figures on eye trauma and perhaps share stories of DIY disasters of your own. 

 

This image may also be suitable for other businesses outside of optometry that deal with DIY. The images from Eyes on Eye Care are available for use by all and not just for optical-related business.

 

I am able to alter the colours, text and customise to your business. Please contact me for a quote. The image above is otherwise free in its current state.

 

To download the image, right click on the image and select "Save As" or follow this link: DIY PROJECT and then right click and select "Save As". The latter will be in the full 1080 resolution.

 

 

NO WATER

 

A water drop in a prohibited sign appears with the words

 

Water is a necessity in life, but eye care professionals know that water can also harbour some nasty micro-organisms that can cause blindness if combined with contact lens wear. Use this post to talk about the dangers of water and lens wear, reinforce contact lens compliance and to discuss what to do if contact lenses come in contact with water.

 

I am able to alter the colours, text and customise to your business. Please contact me for a quote. The image above is otherwise free in its current state.

 

To download the image, right click on the image and select "Save As" or follow this link: NO WATER and then right click and select "Save As". The latter will be in the full 1080 resolution.

 

 

NO SHOWERING

 

A shower head with water droplets is found in a prohibited sign with the words

 

Showering in contact lenses increases the risk of contamination, which could lead to a painful and sight threatening condition. Use this image on a post to talk about the dangers of water and lens wear, reinforce contact lens compliance and to discuss what to do if contact lenses come in contact with water.

 

I am able to alter the colours, text and customise to your business. Please contact me for a quote. The image above is otherwise free in its current state.

 

To download the image, right click on the image and select "Save As" or follow this link: NO SHOWERING and then right click and select "Save As". The latter will be in the full 1080 resolution.

 

 

NO SLEEPING

 

Three Zeds sit in a prohibited sign. The words

 

Sleeping in contact lenses increases the risk of an adverse effect, which may lead to painful and sight-threatening conditions. Use this image in combination with a post discussing the dangers of sleeping in contact lenses, or as part of a series along with the other images posted above.

 

I am able to alter the colours, text and customise to your business. Please contact me for a quote. The image above is otherwise free in its current state.

 

To download the image, right click on the image and select "Save As" or follow this link: NO SLEEPING and then right click and select "Save As". The latter will be in the full 1080 resolution.

 

 

NO SWIMMING

 

 A swimmer is in a prohibited sign. The words

 

Swimming in contact lenses is probably one of the riskiest behaviour a contact lens wearer can do. Water bodies, be it in a swimming pool, lake or ocean all have many pathogens within, which can take advantage of the environment the contact lens provides on the eye, leading to a risk of a painful and sight-threatening condition.

 

I am able to alter the colours, text and customise to your business. Please contact me for a quote. The image above is otherwise free in its current state.

 

To download the image, right click on the image and select "Save As" or follow this link: NO SWIMMING and then right click and select "Save As". The latter will be in the full 1080 resolution.

 

 

HAVE SPECS APPEAL

 

A green silhouette of a pair of glasses appear on a green background with the words

 

Occasionally it is nice to share something non-educational and light-hearted. This post is a play on words, with the silhouette of lenses replacing the word "spex". This image can be used on its own, accompanying photographs of your own inventory or any post talking about spectacle wear.

 

I am able to alter the colours, text and customise to your business. Please contact me for a quote. The image above is otherwise free in its current state.

 

To download the image, right click on the image and select "Save As" or follow this link: HAVE SPECS APPEAL and then right click and select "Save As". The latter will be in the full 1080 resolution.

 

 

ARE YOUR EYES ROAD LEGAL?

 

 A stop sign reads

 

The visual standards for driving have been in the news quite a bit this year, after the controversy of a certain advisor using a drive to Barnard Castle to "test his eyesight". Many people do not realise the standards for driving and feel that their vision is "fine for driving" when it may not be. Use this image to help talk about visual standards for driving and other driving-related visual topics.

 

I am able to alter the colours, text and customise to your business. Please contact me for a quote. The image above is otherwise free in its current state.

 

To download the image, right click on the image and select "Save As" or follow this link: ARE YOUR EYES ROAD LEGAL? and then right click and select "Save As". The latter will be in the full 1080 resolution.

 

 

And this concludes the July 2020 update of social media images. Please feel free to leave a comment below if you are finding these posts useful.  Once again, I am able to customise these images to suit the needs of your business, so please contact me for details. 

 

 

June 2020 Content

Posted on 26th June, 2020

As we start to emerge from the coronavirus lockdown and have started to return to work, social media updates are more important than ever in informing your patients and customers of changes and updates that your business may be facing. 

 

These were the June images from my Patreon page, Eyes on Eye Care. The images are free to use for your practice or business' website and/or social media pages and you are allowed to add your own logo and details to the image to brand it to align with your business. However, you must not claim the images as your own and they must not be re-sold individually or part of a larger set. 

 

SAFETY MEASURES IN PLACE

 

Safety Measures In Place

 

This image can help highlight to your patients and customers that you have their safety in mind, as well as that of your staff. It could be used to talk about what measures you have in place so those intending to use your service know what to expect when visiting your store or practice. 

 

To download the image, right click on the image and select "Save As" or follow this link: SAFETY MEASURES IN PLACE and then right click and select "Save As". The latter will be in the full 1080 resolution. 

  

 

LIKE US ON FACEBOOK

 

Like Us on Facebook

 

This image can be used to encourage patients and customers to like your page on Facebook. I have noticed that this helps increase Facebook page engagement when shared on Facebook and can draw customers and patients to your page if used on another social media channel (such as Twitter, Instagram or YouTube). It is highly recommended that you customise the image to include the name of your Facebook page so that those who see the image can find your page. Remember to include a link to the page if sharing this on another social media channel.

 

If you would like me to add to or customise this image, please contact me for a quote.

 

To download the image, right click on the image and select "Save As" or follow this link: LIKE US ON FACEBOOK and then right click and select "Save As". The latter will be in the full 1080 resolution. 

 

 

SHOP LOCAL

 

Shop Local - Green and Yellow

 

We have all felt the pinch of the coronavirus pandemic, but none moreso than local and small businesses (the inspiration for this project!). This post reminds people to shop local - putting money into local businesses' rather than large multinationals outside of the area. A reminded to shop local, linked to your own pages/website can remind page visitors that you are a local business and you can link your own coronavirus lockdown stories to this post. 

 

If you would like me to add or customise this image (I can change the colours to suit your business!), please contact me for a quote.

 

To download the image, right click on the image and select "Save As" or follow this link: SHOP LOCAL and then right click and select "Save As". The latter will be in the full 1080 resolution. 

 

WE ARE OPEN AGAIN

 

We Are Open

 

As an addition to the previous post, with lockdown easing, more shops and businesses are re-opening. Use this post to help supplement your announcement that you are reopening and to accompany any adjustments that you may be making.

 

If you would like me to add details to or customise this image (I can change the colours to suit your business!), please contact me for a quote.

 

To download the image, right click on the image and select "Save As" or follow this link: WE ARE OPEN AGAIN and then right click and select "Save As". The latter will be in the full 1080 resolution. 

 

DOUBLE VISION?

 

Double Vision

 

Optometrists and ophthalmologists have been continuing emergency eye care services throughout the lockdown period, with symptoms of sudden onset double vision being one of the key emergency symptoms that need to be investigated.  Use this post to talk about double vision, its causes, its impact and why patients should never ignore it.  The post can also be used to discuss the difference between double vision and blur - a common symptom misinterpretation that occurs during history taking. 

 

If you would like me to add details to or customise this image (I can change the colours to suit your business!), please contact me for a quote.

 

To download the image, right click on the image and select "Save As" or follow this link: DOUBLE VISION? and then right click and select "Save As". The latter will be in the full 1080 resolution. 

 

HAS HAYFEVER GOT YOU DOWN?

 

Has Hayfever Got You Down?

 

Hayfever has an annoying habit of making the eyes itchy, red and sore. It is a common complaint of patients attending practice. This image will go well in discussing causes of hayfever, the methods patients can use to help alleviate the symptoms and steps to prevent the symptoms occurring. It is particularly useful in the spring and summer months when these allergies occur the most. 

 

If you would like me to add details to or customise this image (I can change the colours to suit your business!), please contact me for a quote.

 

To download the image, right click on the image and select "Save As" or follow this link: HAS HAYFEVER GOT YOU DOWN? and then right click and select "Save As". The latter will be in the full 1080 resolution. 

 

WASH YOUR HANDS

 

Wash Your Hands A

Wash Your Hands B

There are multiple reasons to encourage good hand hygiene right now, the most likely to remember is that of washing your hands regularly due to wanting to reduce the risk of COVID-19. However, we encourage good hand hygiene when handling contact lenses and using eye medication.  Use these posts to talk about the importance of hand hygiene and link how regular handwashing can reduce the risk of ocular and systemic infections. 

 

If you would like me to add details to or customise this image (I can change several aspects to suit your businesses and preferences), please contact me for a quote.

 

To download the image, right click on the image and select "Save As" or follow this link: WASH YOUR HANDS A or WASH YOUR HANDS B and then right click and select "Save As". The latter will be in the full 1080 resolution. 

 

FOLLOW US ON TWITTER

 

Follow Us on Twitter

 

This image can be used to encourage patients and customers to follow your account on Twitter. I have noticed that this helps increase Twitter engagement when shared on Twitter and can draw customers and patients to your page if used on another social media channel (such as Facebook, Instagram or YouTube). It is highly recommended that you customise the image to include the name of your Twitter account so that those who see the image can find your page. Remember to include a link to the account if sharing this on another social media channel.

 

If you would like me to add to or customise this image, please contact me for a quote.

 

To download the image, right click on the image and select "Save As" or follow this link: FOLLOW US ON TWITTER and then right click and select "Save As". The latter will be in the full 1080 resolution. 

 

 

That is it for this month. Due to work building back up and the fact that I am studying to do my Independent Prescribers qualification, posting to Patreon may reduce to once a week from now on. I will continue to post a monthly blog post here with a summary of posts made over the month. Please consider becoming a Patron, or requesting for bespoke content, to help to support this project. 

 

Until the end of July, I hope this content comes in handy!

 

May 2020 Content

Posted on 7th June, 2020

Only the one post from the May Collection due to the early nature of this project.

 

This post features a thanks to the NHS and other key workers during this Coronavirus pandemic. To download the image, right click on it and select "Save Image As".  For the full resolution image, please click here: NHS RAINBOW

 

Thank You NHS & All Keyworkers - A rainbow over the NHS logo on a black background

 

You can use this post to show yours, or your business' thanks to the NHS and other key workers for their help through the coronavirus outbreak. 

 

Please consider becoming a patron to help support me in creating free social media images and content. For more information see: patreon.com/EyesOnEyeCare. New posts are added twice weekly on the Patreon page and accessible for download immediately. This blog will be updated monthly with the content created and released on Patreon for that given month.