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Bloggers can design their own graphics using professionally made templates

Graphics for Bloggers: 3 Designs Every Blogger Needs for Success

3 Graphics for Bloggers: Don’t be left in the dark!

How many times have you clicked on an article link hoping to get your blogging questions answered? Probably hundreds, if not thousands. And how many times do you find a well laid-out, visually-appealing, informative and interesting article that holds your attention (and actually provides you with valuable information)? 45% of the time? 20%?

If you want to be a professional blogger, you’re going to have to do better than that! Continue reading Graphics for Bloggers below to find out what visual content you’ve been missing that’ll make you great!Continue reading

Design Blog Graphics in 6 Easy Steps: A Graphic Design Tutorial

Design Blog Graphics in Six Easy Steps

One of your biggest challenges as a blogger is to design relevant, high-quality blog graphics for each post.

You’ve probably heard that nicer website or blog graphics are read more easily and get way more social media shares. The problem is that you’re NOT a graphic designer and don’t have time to learn complicated design techniques.  Well, that’s okay! Read more to find out how to have awesome web and blog graphics in minutes.

 

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5 Awesome Text Effects You can Make for Free without Photoshop

Great text design is one of the easiest and quickest ways to get yourself noticed!

But if you’re not a graphic designer or Photoshop expert, you might be thinking that awesome text effects just aren’t going to happen for you. Truth is, you don’t have to have experience designing text (or graphics!) to make a great text design.

Watch these video tutorials on designing five different text effects with The Creator 7 Software (you can even use the free version!). In just a few minutes, you’ll learn how to create some pretty awesome designs for your website, blog, marketing and even your personal signature!

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How to Become a Graphic Designer

Ever thought about what it would take to become a graphic designer?
Or wanted to make your own graphics for your website or blog?

Or perhaps wished you could make some extra money creating graphics while working from home?! In the online world, graphics have become an absolute necessity. If you run an online business, you need many different graphics, probably on a weekly or even daily basis: Graphics for a website, blog, social media, email and other marketing campaigns.

That’s right! Everyone needs them and YOU can be the one to provide them! If you’ve been waiting for the right time to become a graphic designer, even as a side business, now is that time. I know. I know. You feel overwhelmed and dizzy at just the thought of it.

You’ve got way easier options than you think.
Read on to learn how to become a graphic designer without going to design school (and check out the easy, free graphics tool below to help you do it).

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Post Perfect Facebook Images with this Simple Trick

You already know that Facebook is a powerful way to share your greatness with the world. But, if your Facebook images aren’t created and posted correctly, you’ve just officially wasted your valuable time and effort.

After all, your number one goal is to connect with your audience. But what if your audience isn’t connecting with you?! They’re not clicking over to your posts! And your effort has all been a big, fat waste of time!

Poorly optimized Facebook images can be one of the biggest roadblocks for your audience.

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Social Media Design: 6 Easy Hacks that Grab Attention

Now that everyone is using social media as a marketing tool, it’s become more important than ever to grab your audiences’ attention with exceptional social media design.

But what if you aren’t sure how to create amazing graphics? And it just seems too hard. Yet you just know the incredible value in doing it yourself.
Don’t worry! Many have been trapped in total newbie designer darkness. Thankfully, however, you can find your way out, way more easily than you think.

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