Today I'm sharing my favourite tools that I use everyday in my business to create social media graphics that convert.
Images can make or break a social media post. It is really important that social media visuals are compelling and reflect your business or brand. Everyone has different preferences. If you haven't used any of these before, you might want to spend some time playing around with them to see which ones are best for you.
1. Adobe Spark :You can create videos and graphics for your website and social media accounts with Adobe Spark. It comes with lots of templates, colour palette options and my favourite bit is that it offers you fonts and design options that go with your design. It's free and has a mobile app which means you can create on the go and have access to anything you created on desktop.
2.PicMonkey: Use PicMonkey to edit your photos,design collages, logos and add some seasonal touches to your photos. It has a free and paid version where you can save anything that you have created.
3.Canva: Canva is another amazing platform that you can use to create any visual you might need: from business cards to Etsy headers, from menus to Facebook covers, you can create anything here. I like that you can save your templates on the platform. It is free to use and the stock images that you can get from Canva are good quality and relatively cheaper. If you get Canva For Work, you also have the ability to share designs with your team s so team members can share ideas and comment on designs.
4.Ripl Ripl is an amazing app to create eye catching animated photos and videos. The free version has 8 templates and two music choices as well. All you need to do is adding your photos to the templates, adding captions and customising the fonts and colours.
5.Pablo Pablo has built in templates for various social media graphics. It has a built in search option where can you find images or you can upload your own images. You can add filters, your logo and text. If you like, you can add a quote to your images.
Which one is your favourite? Are there any others that you like to use? Please let me know in the comments.