Infographics and Images Tools To make the visual side of your social media strategy a bit easier, here are some tools to help you create awesome pictures.
It wasn’t long ago that Twitter added inline image previews to its official apps, including the web view.
Now, Twitter is including more image focus in the latest redesign. On the left-hand side of Twitter’s new web view, your profile and header images are now visible.
Images aren’t just useful for Twitter, either. Facebook and Google+ posts look great with images in them, and Pinterest and Instagram are all about images.
PicMonkey is a really easy-to-use photo editing tool that runs in your browser. You can quickly and easily edit a single image, create a collage or put together a design—say, for a background or your Facebook cover image.
if you need to quickly resize images for your social media profiles often.
For Facebook in particular, getting the photo size and aspect ratio just right is crucial to have it appear large and clear in the newsfeed.
Timeline Slicer is a brilliant tool for designing images for your Facebook Page or Profile.
Photovisi is another photo collage tool that’s really simple and easy to use.
Most of the tools on this list do one thing well, and make it easy. BeFunky is closer to a full photo editor that lives in your browser.
If you want a browser-based editor that’s a bit more serious, Pixlr is a good one to try. These tools can make any content more visual – and visuals are an important part of creating more shareable content.
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