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15 Visual Content Tools That Rock, Power Up your Message

15 Visual Content Tools That Rock, Power Up your Message | The Social Media Learning Lab |

"...Visual content can create the perfect balance for your blog [or message.]"

Nearly all of these are free or freemium.

Here are 5 of the 15 - excerpted:


Placeit is a unique tool that allows you to choose from a range of pre-made templates and backgrounds, for you to then ‘place’ your own images in. …[OR]…type in any URL and Placeit will automatically insert a screenshot of the page into your design.

To get the best size images and unlock more features, you will have to pay. However you can get a decently sized version of your creation to use for free.


This Chrome extension is an easy way to turn any text that you find when browsing, into a striking image that you can then share. The benefits of it being a bookmarklet, means that you don’t need to leave your browser or open another tab/window, in order to create highly shareable images.


[Big Feature…it does]… a range of tasks all in one place. From presentations, infographics, animations and much more, it allows you to create some truly stunning visual content, right from your browser. No need to download any clunky software!


[The author’s] …favourite graphic image design tool outside of PhotoShop. It has everything ….offering ready-to-go templates for things like flyers, social media covers, documents and more.


Who can deny the power of a great infographic? …They can also tell us a great deal about a subject in a very small space. …With over 30 chart types to choose from, there’s bound to be something to get you started.


Others include SlideShare, Gimp, Tagxedo and more.

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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's insight:

Writing without the power of visuals is flat and boring. These tools bring your ideas to life. Stacey's made some very useful annotations about what is useful about each of the 15 tools.  Great list!  ~  Deb

Alfredo Corell's curator insight, September 6, 2014 8:22 AM

A short list of tools for creating visual content.

All of them are good, but are much more than these 15.

Pam Colburn Harland's curator insight, September 7, 2014 8:39 AM

Great list of useful graphics tools!

Tatiana Kuzmina's curator insight, September 27, 2014 1:42 PM

Good selection

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7 Reasons To Embrace Online Culture - #1 Business & Passion

7 Reasons To Embrace Online Culture - #1 Business & Passion | The Social Media Learning Lab |

"Business lacks PASSION?!  Facts:  2 billion people are online. 85% of customers expect businesses to be active in social media."


Word of mouse = word of mouth.


Here are 7 reasons - - and some thought provoking questions to consider regarding your on-line presence viaFacebook, Twitter, e-marketing, blogs and more...


#1.  80% businesses are NOT passionate

Show you’re human. Business is built on relationships. Your web presence must show you are passionate

#2. 55% more web visitors & 67% more leads for businesses that blog

#3. 68% Email subscribers & Twitter followers are likely to buy

#4. 20-30% Emarketing response rate

#5. 30% customer questions & compliments get no reply

#6. 77% customers read brand posts but don’t comment

#7. 71% complaints on Twitter are NOT responded to


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