Can you create them yourself, or do you think you lack design skills?
It doesn’t make sense to hire a graphic designer every time you need an image.
In this article I’ll show you three online design tools to make your own shareable images–no formal design skills necessary.
#1: Create Reusable Images With Layers
Canva is an online tool built by designers who had non-designers in mind. When you open your account, Canva offers a quick tutorial and five Starter Challenges to get you going. You can also check out the other design tutorials on the home page–each one takes about three minutes.
Do you need help getting started?
You don’t have to be a professional designer or photographer to create interesting images and video.
In this article I’ll share tools and tips for adding visual content to your marketing mix.
Do you want to find out how to improve them?
Your cover photo is the first thing anyone sees when they visit your social media profiles.
Make that first impression a positive one.
In this article I’ll share tips to improve the quality and impact of your cover images today.
Are you sharing the real you in your social marketing?
It’s tough to walk the fine line between being professional and being yourself. With social media those two things don’t have to be mutually exclusive.
In this article you’ll discover four ways you can infuse your personality into your online marketing efforts.
#1: Tell a Really Good Story
As a marketer, part of your job is to tell a story that leads to long-term relationships and sells a product or service. The trick is sharing the right story to draw readers in, but keeping it short enough that they don’t lose interest.
Do you want more people sharing your content across social channels?
Blog posts are the hub of your social media presence.
In this article you’ll discover how to use your blog to improve social media shares on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
#1: Integrate Blog and Social Media Comments
Many bloggers are discovering something interesting: When they update Facebook with a link to a new blog article, fans are leaving comments on the Facebook update instead of the blog.
Would you like to create attractive images to share?
When creating images for social media, quality makes a difference.
In this article we’ll share tools and resources to create professional and engaging social media images that you can use on multiple platforms.
Why Create Images for Social Media?
In this visual-centric world, it’s more important than ever to create high-quality sharable images.
Getting Visual With Your Content: 10 Effective Ways to Use Images: In this infographic from Fresh Take on Content, Lane Jones visually suggests different ways you can use images in your social media. Share product pics, recipes, team photos, location, checklists and more. “It’s amazing how by just taking ordinary words… and putting them on a background makes the difference between a post that barely gets noticed and one that gets liked, shared, retweeted or reposted,” she says.