3 Free and Fabulous Ways to Create Visual Content

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Are you looking for FREE ways to create #visualcontent for your blog and social media posts? …

Are you looking for FREE ways to create #visualcontent for your blog and social media posts?
Here are 3 Free and Fabulous resources...
PicMonkey
Canva
infogr.am
Visual Content, that's what's up!
What is your favorite resource for visual content creation? Leave it in the comments and tweet it to @lorihil
XOXO
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  • 1. 3 FREE & Fabulous Ways to Create Visual Content!
  • 2. I love me some wordage, but for social sharing purposes, sometimes you just cannot beat a visual. So today, I’m sharing 3 of my favorite ways to create and edit those pictures and graphics… Get that hashtag ready, read, and share #visualcontent! Visual Content, that’s what’s up!
  • 3. First up: PicMonkey Why we love it… Because it’s Luscious and Lovely, of course!
  • 4. Free or Royale Ok, so the “Luscious and Lovely” font is one of PicMonkey’s “Royale” features, but you have a ton of FREE options too! Free Tools: •Cropping •Enhancements •Overlays You can check out The PicMonkey Blog for Creative Ideas
  • 5. Next: Canva Guy Kawasaki has now joined this Australian based start up to show bloggers how to create some easy, yet fabulous graphics. 1 2 When you visit Canva, you are presented with these design templates to get you started, from Pinterest graphics to Kindle Covers…
  • 6. #Easy The dimensions are already worked out for you on common projects like Facebook Cover Photos. There are some pictures and graphics that require purchase, usually $1 a piece, but many are free. Check out a couple of my favorite FREE Stock Photo sites to get some pictures you can use: •Death to the Stock PhotoUnsplashPicJumbo
  • 7. Infogr.am The layout looks similar to Canva, but Infogr.am is geared towards charts and infographics. These are rising in popularity on Pinterest. A great option if you have some statistics to share!
  • 8. Which resource is your favorite and why? Let us know and share your creations! Tweet @lorihil Blog Post: http://immenselysocial.com/free-ways- to-create-visual-content/ Your Turn: Online Business Meets Real Life