We've already talked a lot about how you can use Content Creator for eye-catching Cover Photos or beautiful posts for your Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. But, how about some other great things you could design with this simple and free design application?
Someone said that design with bad alignment is like a poorly organized desk. Everything is cluttered, unattractive and nothing is where you expect it to be. It doesn’t take much to clean up a messy desk, just as it doesn’t take much to clean up a messy and poorly aligned design.
Summer is in full swing and as Americans prepare to celebrate Independence Day with friends, family and food it’s time for your business to take this opportunity and mark the beginning of the busiest half of the year.
The spa and beauty businesses offer a myriad of services (hair care, facials, manicures and pedicures, cosmetics, tanning, and whole body treatments) and are interested in creating satisfied customers by reconnecting them with their daily lives through relaxation, pampering and comfort. However, in such a highly competitive industry one cannot just rely on the time that clients spend in the salon but must find a way to be present in their daily lives even between beauty sessions.
To make your social media designs and content fun, catchy, different or simply more like you and your business we at Content Creator have paid special attention to our selection of stickers.
Total number of gym participants in the US has increased from 24.1 million people in 2000 to 35.9 million people in the last couple years. According to a recent Entrepreneur article, fitness made up 66% of 2015 New Year’s Resolutions, which means that society is putting a greater emphasis on being healthy and staying in shape.
With an increasing amount of people that are communicating, reviewing and recommending different products and experiences to their friends and family through social media, the online word of mouth became vital to successful organic referrals, leads and conversions in today’s marketplace. This particularly applies to the travel industry where people-based platforms like Facebook are affecting consumer travel decisions at every stage and in real time.
In today's time and age, using visuals as a part of your social media strategy is not only advisable; it's actually a must!
When we first launched, our aim was to change the way you perceive, create and handle your social media design. After an amazing journey, we’re ready to change social media design forever, with Content Creator App 2.0!
If you are using social media as a platform to communicate with your audience you know that the presence of visual content is not only advisable but it’s actually a must. Your engagement and traffic will considerably improve, as will your brand visibility and brand recognition. But many business owners do not have quality visual content to share with their social media audience or time to create such great viral stuff.
Establishing a presence on different social media platforms, as a cost-effective and far reaching way to promote a company or a brand became a standard even for small businesses. In an ideal situation each platform should provide the same brand experience, in terms of content and visuals, but unfortunately that’s not always the case.
As a local flower shop owner you may be doing weddings, making custom flower arrangements for special occasions, helping customers celebrate anniversaries and popular holidays such as Valentine’s Day, but do you keep in touch?
If you want to make your social media post, ad or blog header more powerful you need to do just 2 things: make sure that the visual is in line with your signature brand style and always include a copy. The simplest way to achieve both things is to incorporate in your design a color overlay, a new feature in Content Creator app.
In the never-ending stream of 140-character messages that appear on Twitter by an overall rate of 6000 per second, using visual content is a great way to stand out. It will not only help you to get twice as much vertical space in the timeline but it will boost your engagement and result in 35% more re-tweets and 18% more click-through. Not a bad way to be seen, heard and remembered, right?
Twitter has more than 300 million monthly users and around 500 million tweets per day, so it’s quite understandable why many companies are using this channel to promote their brand of business. If you are one of them you have probably spent some time trying to customize Twitter to suit your needs and, among other things, creating a header photo that would stand out among millions of other Twitter profiles. If not, it’s a perfect time for you to look at the way other successful brands are using their header photos and to think about ways you can apply that to your brand.
According to the National Retail Federation more than $16.4 billion will be spent in the USA, before and during Easter weekend, on apparel, decorations, gifts, candies, food and flowers. Businesses that seek to achieve success during this period need to, according to the Facebook Insights, target women of all ages and consumers who are 18 to 34 in particular, as they are most important drivers of the Easter conversation. Find out how your brand can stand out this Easter, with 6 ways to use social media this Easter.
There are many strategies that small businesses are using in order to drive increased revenues thanks to social media but this time we will focus our attention on sale posts. When accompanied by compelling visuals, promo codes and strong call to action they can help you reach millions of people and boost your online sales for the season. Here are 7 simple and effective ideas that will hopefully inspire you next sale post design:
If you are in the food business you are exposed to effects of the social media influence, even if you don’t have an official Profile or Page. Just think about Yelp reviews, tweet comments or #foodporn Instagram photos that customers are sharing through their social media profiles and in that way helping others, especially millennials, to create an opinion about your restaurant, bar or a café.
Contrast is defined as “the difference in visual properties that makes an object distinguishable from other objects and the background.” Simply saying it makes things look different from one another. We, as human beings, are wired to notice difference and to us a layout where everything is of the same size, shape or color simply looks boring.
A simple way of how you can attract the attention to your business during Valentine’s Day week even if you have nothing romantic to offer.