Top 5 Tools To Create Pinn-able Images On The Fly

 

Ok, we’ve all been there… browsing the web, trying to find a cool graphic to upload to Pinterest or Facebook or Twitter or Google+!  Aint nobody got time for that!  This week I’m going to show you my little secret to creating really great, pin-able images on the fly with 5 of my favorite tools.

Now, most of what I show you in this tutorial is focused around creating quote images, but use your imagination and start creating really high-quality images for your products, programs & services asap!

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One of the techniques I use is to batch my graphics.  So, if I know I want to schedule a quote on Pinterest every other day, I make sure I carve out 10 minutes to create 12-15 quote imagess at a time.  It really takes me very little time to create these and my followers love them on Pinterest.  You can do the same with every type of graphic you design and ”batch ’em up” so you spend the least amount of time and put out the best quality content for your fans, followers and subscribers.

Tools:

Share As Image

¡Esta si me encanta!  That was spanish for “I love this one!”.  Share as image lets you highlight text anywhere on the web and turn it into a text image in seconds.  It also lets you customize the colors, backgrounds and even allows for your own background upload.  ($8/month)

Quozio

Quozio is also very nifty but a little limited in the customization.  You can easily add any text to their pre-selected backgrounds and they provide are really simple ‘pin’ functionality so you can upload your graphics straight to Pinterest.

Pinstamatic

I’ve been using Pinstamatic for the longest time… It lets you create some really funky stuff with your pins and even snaps a screenshot of any webpage for you.

Canva

My all-time favorite design tool, Canva!  Ok, there’s so much you create with this tool it’s ridiculous.  The best part? It’s free.  If you haven’t already, get your butt to Canva.com & register your account.

P.S. If you’re curious about creating info-graphics, here’s my free tutorial. 

PicMonkey

My #1 go-to tool for editing my photos, PicMonkey offers such great variety of filters and the versatility to add text to any graphic.  Use it for free or upgrade to PRO for $4.99/month.

So there is it, my top 5 tools for creating pin-able graphics.  Was this tutorial helpful?  Share it with a friend!

Don’t forget to let me know if there’s any other graphic-related tutorial that would interest you in the comments below.

¡Hasta la próxima!

Kim

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