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  • 6 Great Image Editing Tools For Bloggers (Hint: Most Are Free)

    … to read my image optimization guide. Finally, if you want to use what the pros are using, consider Photoshop. With plenty of free guides and video tutorials online, you’ll be able to quickly pick up the steps it takes to edit your images. Over to you – which image editing tool are you using and why? The post 6 Great Image Editing Tools For Bloggers (Hint: Most Are Free) appeared first on Blogging Wizard. …

    Blogging Wizardin Blogging- 12 readers -
  • 6 Simple Photo Tools for Creating Social Media Visuals

    … graphic, you can share your creation on Pinterest, Tumblr, Twitter and Facebook, or download the image to your computer. #3: Create Your Own Designs With Canva Canva is a free application that offers a myriad of graphic types for use in everything from presentations and posters, to business cards and invitations. For social media use, consider Canva…

    Social Media Examiner- 34 readers -
  • 19 Tools to Create Social Media Content

    … Are you looking for new ways to create content? Interested in tools that can help you? In this article, you’ll discover 19 tools to create and share content on social media. Discover 19 tools to create and share social media content. #1: Convert Long Form Content to Slides Presentations are great for readers who need a little more time…

    Social Media Examinerin Social- 20 readers -
  • 9 Visual Tools to Create Awesome Social Media Images

    … Do you want to create professional-grade social media visuals? Are you looking for budget-friendly tools to help? Visual content can increase your visibility on social media and support your branding. In this article, you’ll discover nine free tools to help you create beautiful visual content for your social media profiles. Discover nine…

    Social Media Examinerin Social- 16 readers -
  • 10 Writing Tools That Will Rock Your Content Marketing

    … visuals you want – images, animation, infographics, even engaging interactive stuff. There a just a huge number of tools now to create your own visuals, and you should check them out. 10. Canva People love Canva because it is versatile and so easy to use – very little learning curve required to create amazing visuals. If you want surveys, memes…

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  • How to Easily Create Quality Social Media Images

    …% text coverage. Use this tool from Facebook to find out. Once you’ve created your custom blog post image, change the filename to include the keywords you’re optimizing your blog post for. Then, depending on your blog platform, plugins, and design preferences, use that image first in your blog post, in the featured image field, and in your blog…

    Kristi Hines/ Social Media Examinerin Social How To's- 18 readers -
  • How to Use Pinterest to Spread Your Blog Like Wildfire

    … recommended only for bloggers who have a keen eye for photography. As an alternative, you should learn to use online image editing websites like PicMonkey and Canva or a free tool like GIMP. Also try to make taller images for your Pinterest pins. This will maximize their size and visibility in the platform’s current interface. In turn, taller pins are more…

    The Blog Heraldin Social How To's- 10 readers -
  • Which Instagram Photo Filters Are the Most Popular? (Study)

    Clarendon is, by far, the most-used Instagram photo filter, both in the U.S. and worldwide, according to a new study by graphic-design program Canva. Canva examined more than 1 million recent photos on Instagram, and its findings included: Gingham, Juno and Lark were the second-most favorite photo filters in the most states, and they were joined by Valencia on the list of t ...

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  • Typography Terminology: Apex to Swash and the Gadzook In Between

    …, stems and bowls. Terminal – The end of any stroke that doesn’t include a serif; includes ball terminals (circular in shape) and finials (curved or tapered in shape). Vertex – The point at the bottom of a character where two strokes meet. x-height – The height of a typical character (excluding any ascender or descenders) Janie Kliever provided the second infographic for Canva with some additional detail. Click on it to visit their article for an in-depth view of each. © 2014 DK New Media. …

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 13 readers -
  • How to Create Infographics that Send Hoards of New Visitors to Your Blog

    … of an experts’ interview I conducted. You have added abilities at Piktograph of uploading your own photo and changing font size and backgrounds and more. You can add icons and shapes as well. 2. Canva For people without artistry, creativity, or a budget, Canva is for you. Go to Canva.com and create an account. Canva lets you log in with your username…

    Basic Blog Tipsin How To's- 30 readers -
  • How infographics can be used to tell your brand story (Canva example)

    …, here’s a great example of a startup company – Sydney-based graphic design app Canva – using an infographic to tell its story to date (see below). It’s heavy on numbers, and that’s a good thing. Infographics work best when they bring data to life (or in the case of a complex topic, they use data to simplify things). I also like how they used…

    Trevor Youngin How To's- 5 readers -
  • 5 Tips Toward Successful Social Promotions

    Are you concerned that your social media promotion may be a dud? This checklist from social promotions platform Amazly might help. Amazly offered more details on the five items included in its checklist: Post it to Facebook and make it sticky: Posting to Facebook is great, but did you know that you can have a featured post sit right at the top of your wall? After posting you ...

    David Cohen/ AllFacebook- 12 readers -
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