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Volume 7, Issue 5

4 Image Tools to Boost Your Content

Even content created by the best writers can fall flat without interesting visuals, writes one content specialist.

"Readers are drawn to visual content, which can greatly improve your brand visibility, especially on mobile," writes Susan Gilbert for Business 2 Community. "You don't need to hire an expensive graphic designer to include standout images on your blog."

Gilbert shares free or very affordable online resources that can help writers punch up the visual appeal of their social media presence.

Buncee. Bloggers can incorporate informative and entertaining slide shows into their posts using Buncee. It can also be used to create business stories, presentations and more that can be shared on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube, she adds.

Imgflip. Need a funny photo? Try Imgflip, writes Gilbert. This site's large selection of "hilarious photos [will] instantly turn your memes into images that spark a conversation in your posts." The tool is free, easy to use, with high-quality images, sans watermarks.

PixTeller. Looking for a non-hilarious photo for an eye-catching meme? PixTeller has a variety of quality images, designs and templates, including print layouts. It's free.

Sellify. "Using a great typeface will help your website stand out from the rest," writes Gilbert. Sellify offers many font choices—affordably, without sacrificing quality.

This article is from the Advancement Weekly, January 30, 2017 issue.

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