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New Infographic: When to Trust Your Eyes

Pictures are compelling – articles and posts with photos have higher click-through rates than those without.  But it is also easier than ever to create or alter images to infl… https://www.statearchivists.org/connect/blog/2020/04/new-infographic-when-trust-your-eyes1/

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