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Are you familiar with PicMonkey? If you’re not, you should be! It’s a great, online, one-stop, photo-editing design center. While there is a paid option, they offer a lot of their fonts and tools for free. What are you waiting for? Today’s blogger shares a great tutorial for creating a simple graphic that’s pleasing to your readers’ eyes, perfect for Pinterest, and making the most of your blog posts!
Make Your Posts Pinteresting Using PicMonkey
When you write a fabulous post you want to share it, right? The best way to share is to create an image that makes your post pop and people pin! (Say that 10 times fast!) And if you’re not a Photoshop pro it can be hard to know where to start. It’s easy to use PicMonkey as your starting point and jump off from there…
Here’s all you have to do to get started!
Read the full post here: Make Your Posts Pinteresting Using PicMonkey
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In the fall of 2017, PicMonkey changed things and no longer offers a free option. It’s sort of free in the sense you can use it, but there is no way to save or export your photos, (which is the whole point of using it!) unless you pay. Here’s what it says on the PicMonkey site. https://www.picmonkey.com/blog/changes-to-picmonkey I gave in and paid because I really do like PicMonkey. Also, I clicked through to read the full article featured here and it looks like it was written about 5 years ago and was quite outdated for the type of pictures that most bloggers find pinworthy now.
Ani Kay says
I love PicMonkey! I have the paid (premium) version and it is so worth it, it’s only around $30 a year and it gives you access to all of their fonts and images. Though now they have another tier to their paid program called ‘supremium’ which is more expensive. I haven’t signed on for that yet.