How To Create A Clickable Image

How To Create A Clickable Image.

Using images on social media sites works pretty well today. People like pictures, and also they like to know more about you. With your pictures, you are expressing yourself, and if that is something that they are interested in, they will be following you.

To have images on your site is great, they are giving you a chance to see a story in your way, from your perspective… Creating your vision around the image, and that makes it easy to remember you.

If you are a blogger, you may be using a lot of images and every time you have a chance and it makes sense you probably are making them clickable.

But if you are new and you are wondering how to make your images a live. Just like I was when I first started.

You may find this website very helpful, it teaches you all about pictures:

>> How To Create A Clickable Image <<

Here is a short video “How To Create A Clickable Image.”


1. Image with the link – AKA Clickable Image (the one that I saved to my computer)

How To Create A Clickable Image

How To Create A Clickable Image

2. This is the Image without a link the screenshot that I took from the product.

How To Create A Clickable Image

How To Create A Clickable Image

You can see they look almost the same, except one will take you to a website … and the other one just stays there looking pretty.


As always thank you for visiting, I appreciate you! Give me your thoughts in the comments below. If you think this could be helpful for someone, please share  🙂

Now Go Crash It!


 Till Next Time,

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Emi Koulev

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  • Andrea Ansari

    Reply Reply March 1, 2015

    Hi Emi, thanks for sharing this. It’s super useful to know how to create a clickable image.

    The only thing – I can’t actually see any of your example images… Just so you know.
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    • Emi

      Reply Reply March 1, 2015

      Hi Andrea,
      Thank you for letting me know,
      will check out…
      Have a fantastic day!

  • Marquita Herald

    Reply Reply March 1, 2015

    Great tip Emi! I use a lot of images in my work, both on my blog and article marketing so this tip will definitely come in handy – although I wish I could figure out why your images don’t show up for me. Fortunately your text and links provide the key information. Thanks for the inspiration!
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    • Emi

      Reply Reply March 1, 2015

      Hi Marquita,
      That is really interesting, have to see why the images are not showing…
      Thank you so much for letting me know!
      Have a wonderful day!

  • Erika Mohssen-Beyk

    Reply Reply March 1, 2015

    Hi Em ,
    this is a nice little video, very useful
    for beginners, many do not know how
    to do this.
    You did a good job with this
    Thank you
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    • Emi

      Reply Reply March 1, 2015

      Hi Erika,
      Glad that you find it useful,
      Thank you for visiting,
      Have a fantastic day!

  • Bob Fernicola

    Reply Reply March 3, 2015

    Thanks for sharing that valuable tip Emi. I just leaned something new
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    • Emi

      Reply Reply March 4, 2015

      Hi Bob,
      I am so glad that you found value here 🙂
      Thank you for stopping by,
      Have a fantastic day!

  • David Merrill 101

    Reply Reply March 8, 2015

    It’s important to have your images clickable, as you suggest Emi.

    People very often click them and just get a lightbox version of the same image. The only reason they click on it, though, is because they want more information about it. By linking to a new website using the “open in a new window” feature that you highlighted, people can get that information, and your image becomes a call to action instead of just window dressing.

    Thanks for the quick training. Important stuff.
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