Watching the growth or popularity of your social content can be considered similar to watching children grow up. You nourish the ideas behind the content. It is a constant battle on how to create better content. The future of the content is also often better in vision then the actual path of direction the content chooses to take. This can all be all be remedied through the help of some tools available to us all. Many of these sources may have a price to them, but I have dedicated the majority of this list to free resources.
For the benefit of all that have the opportunity to read this list, I offer the following sites as a great way to increase you experience in creating quality social content:
This site is the meca for anyone looking to make a beginning in design concepts. Try this site if you are all about creating social media content. The platform is super user friendly and stocked with just about social media template you can think of. An example of the types of templates available are YouTube headers and thumbnails, social media picture templates, ebook covers, magazine covers, facebook post, posters, etc.
Pic Monkey is another great place for designers not looking to take a full fledged graphic design career. The site is a hub for graphical design. It takes out all of the worries of having to purchase and learn a new program. While site is only for pay there is a 7 day free trial. This will allow you make as many designs as you can within a week before you cancel you subscription.
Stuck on an idea? Looking for awesome graphics? Then look no more. Freepik is a site just for the purpose of re-using graphics. Graphic design is a huge part of the social media, web design, and blogging scheme of things. I often visit this site a couple times a week just to see if I can come up with any ideas for digital content. There are two different levels of membership, free and premium. While both memberships allow complete access to content, non premium (free) members must give attribute to either the artist or freepik.com. The site also teaches members how to use the graphics, how to attribute, best programs to use (paid and free), and how to make use of such programs. I recommend this site with three thumbs up.
This site is by far the largest place of free .psd files and vectors. I do not have too much experience with the site, but I am able to recommend the site's content based of off volume. Never running out of material is just as important as catching the attention of others when using graphical design. Just like freepik.com the site has a huge database of content created by designers looking to have their artwork put to use.
The best way to use this site would be to browse through the material. The material will provide you with what will speak to others. You now have enough material to reach the followers of the content you use as an amateur designer.
Taking courses and purchasing new equipment and programs is always an option to find the right solution. This is the route normally taken by those in the graphical design career field. Another option would be to pay a professional to design all of you digital content needs. I myself prefer the third option. What is the third option? the third option is to cut out all of the middlemen and go DIY (do it yourself). I cannot guarantee a career in creating social media content. I will, however, state that these sites are a great place to start. It will take some practice to get the hang of things, but what doesn't. Give it a shot and see how far you get.
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