As writers we need graphics for our blogs, covers for our books, ads, social media posts, and sales letters for your books and articles. Canva is a great place to find everything you need for free, or at a nominal price. Canva gives the amateur a way to make graphics as if they were pro designers. There are so many things that you can use Canva for.
If you still aren’t sure about how easy Canva is to use, there is a course called “Canva for Business,” created by Lillian De Jesus, at Tigerlilyva.com.
I took this course that Lillian created a couple of years ago, and learned a lot. I use Canva to make covers, add text to my social media graphics, and when adding text to book illustrations created for me. Canva has so much to offer for today’s writer. If you want more, be sure to take Lillian’s course. I highly recommend it.
There are even newer ways to use Canva with their Stencil Program. It’s another platform for setting post times on your blogs, and social media for your convenience. I will confess I have not tried Stencil yet, and I’m sure there’s more than this. I will be visiting it soon.
Canva for Work also includes a “Magic Resize” option for changing your graphics to fit different social media sites without having to redo the graphic. Another favorite of mine is the ability to download your graphics with transparent backgrounds for social media and other work related projects.
This is definitely a must see site.
Go here and join Canva today! (This is not an affiliate link)
And then contact Lillian if you want to learn more about Canva options.
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