Canva has become one of the top graphic design tools online. And for good reason, it’s a great tool! Allowing even non graphic designers like me to create beautiful designs on the fly with their pre-made templates. But Canva is no longer the only tool for creating gorgeous designs on the fly.
There are lots of Canva alternatives that will help you create a fresh new look for your next blog post, social media update, or banner ad.
Here are a few of my favorites…
This unlocks all the traffic you’ll ever need. Howdy…Howdy… Kim here :) We’re headed to my hometown of Kentucky this morning. But I had to sneak on the computer real quick to share this with you. There are essentially two ways to generate traffic. You can either buy it or borrow it. A lot of … Read more
In 1927, Ivan Pavlov did a little experiment with his dog. Before he fed his dog, he would ring a bell. Now… dogs naturally begin to salivate when you put food in front of them. But what Ivan found is that over time, the dogs would associate food with the ringing of the bell. And … Read more
We have more opportunity online these days than ever before.
Never in our history has it been easier to get your content published and READ by people all over the world. Whether you’re publishing on Medium.com, your own Wordpress blog, TouTube, or Facebook.
There are hundreds of content distribution platforms and everyone now has an audience.
Heck… even your grandmother has an audience. I know plenty of grandma’s with 1,000’s of friends on Facebook. Don’t doubt the social influence of grandma.
Social media has given everyone a voice. And for the startup entrepreneur, this is an unprecedented opportunity to grow your audience, your brand, and your business.
To become an influencer in your market, you’ll need LOTS of content. Feeding (and growing) your audience requires a consistent flow of blog posts, emails, and social media content.
Fortunately, there are some pretty cool tools online for coming up with endless content ideas.
Here’s how to serve up tasty content, even when you’re running low on inspiration…