Have you ever wondered how to design social media graphics that they stand out in the Pinterest crowd?
As bloggers, one of the first things we’re taught is the power of Pinterest to drive traffic to our blogs. And as you probably know, graphics that are “Pinteresting” should be vertical and have a combination of pleasing photography, layout and fonts. Most people use PicMonkey or Canva to do this but after awhile the fonts and pins can start to look alike on the Pinterest feed if you don’t know how to use the more complex features of these programs.
Learn Photoshop. Really. It’s not as hard or as expensive we’ve been led to think For one thing, it’s become more affordable at $9.99 a month and up through Creative Cloud. There are many Photoshop classes out there, but they are geared to photographers and serious graphic professionals.
Get Photoshop Friendly is specifically designed for content creators such as bloggers and virtual assistants. In 12 lessons, you’ll learn how to create beautiful and unique graphics for projects such as blog posts, headers, product images, sales graphics and much more. As you learn how to create and edit images, you’ll develop an eye for design and creativity. Imagine the increase in image clicks!
And if you’re a Virtual Assistant or Social Media Manager, you know that graphics services are much in demand…this is a great service that you can offer your clients.
(As you can probably tell, I’m still a PicMonkey girl. It’s a great service but I’m looking to take my graphics skills up to the next level and am looking forward to taking this course myself!)
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