Have you ever wanted to get creative with an ad, meme, or cover photo, but took one look at a complex Adobe design app and thought…”Naaaaaah”?
You’re not alone. Which is why some creative genius thought up Canva. A simple to use drag and drop, it makes creating memes, cover photos, and design layout a playful breeze. Of course, not all the images and designs on the tool are free, but there are enough to get you started…plus you can upload your own.
For more photos, here’s another site we just learned about in this blog: Unsplash. This global photo collection now joins Creative Commons, Flickr and Pexels — along with a few others we probably don’t know of (yet) as a repository of free images.
Again, pay attention to licenses, attribution notes, etc. when downloading content; most of these sites make that easy to do as well. Take some time to familiarize yourself with their policies for free content… and then go on and get creative!
Image courtesy of: Delilah Le
“When it comes to social media management, a lot of us are in over heads. But, we don’t have to be. Below is a comprehensive guide to social management. Including the design of your social post (in this case for Facebook) and posting of it. Included is the mention of some of the best social media management tools and social media marketing tools. After this, you will be on your way to becoming a social media guru with no sweat!
Social Media Tool One: Unsplash
Unsplash.com is a free image download website with high-quality images across a variety of topics. Once there, type what you are looking for into the search bar. Try to be as vague as possible in order to have a wide selection of images to choose from.”