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Use Canva to Make Images

Today’s #ThrowbackThursday post is brought to you by 2017’s AtoZ Challenge. For the letter “C”, I spoke about how you can use Canva to make images for your blog, etc.

 

"C" is for Canva, which allows you to create beautiful images for your blog and other social media outlets.

Canva allows you to create beautiful images for your blog, Pinterest,Twitter and Facebook headers and other social media outlets.

The letter “C” is for Canva, a useful online image site.

Canva.com is on online site you can use to create images for your blog, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest—just about any social media outlet. In addition, you can create cards, posters, EBOOK COVERS, letterheads, infographics, menus, gift certificates—a slew of handy, dandy layouts you’d normally pay someone to create for you. The best part is, it’s FREE.

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AtoZChallenge the letter “B” is brought to you by BoardBooster, a tool that can pre-schedule your Pinterest pins.

BoardBooster can pre-schedule your Pinterest pins.

We’re in the wayback machine again, traveling to April, 2017 to revisit BoardBooster, a social media scheduling tool. BoardBooster is an efficient tool used with Pinterest.

 

Social media is overwhelming for an author

The best heads recommend choosing two or three social media outlets to connect with your readers. Whether you pick Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or any other venue, you want to make sure you’re not spending so much time updating them that your writing suffers.

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In celebrating my Pinterest anniversary, I look at the steps I've made to increase my Pinterest followers.

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Today is my Pinterest anniversary. Not the day I signed up. That’s lost to history. Instead, today marks the anniversary of my last day of Summer Tannhauser’s Pinterest Power FREE 5 Day course.

On this day one year ago, I had a whopping 73 Pinterest followers. On April 15, 2017, when I wrote a Pinterest post as part of the AtoZ Challenge, the count had increased to 1,241. Today, on my Pinterest anniversary, I have 2,227 Pinterest followers.

I’ve detailed what I learned on my April post, but I’d like to look back at my original notes and gauge my progress. Did what I learned translate into what I did?

In celebrating my Pinterest anniversary, I look at the steps I've made to increase my Pinterest followers.

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