4 Amazing Resources for Generating Creative Content
Now that you’ve had some time to think of a few fresh ideas to breathe life into your marketing plan, it’s time to turn them into compelling content you can share with your audience. This post will help you discover some stellar resources to put your creative aspirations into action.
4 Resources for Turning Creative Ideas into Actionable Content
- Canva.com is a fantastic resource for creating visual content. Through this easy-to-use website, you’re able to select the dimensions of the image you’d like to create based on how you plan to use it (Facebook, Pinterest, etc.) and manipulate both pictures, graphics and text to design a custom image for your business. In addition to being able to upload your own photos to use, Canva also has a stock image library; you can choose from their free pictures or purchase the rights to the one(s) you like for $1 each.
- Hubspot has shared five infographic templates you can use to create your own visual guides! Infographics are perfect for sharing data content in an easy to understand and appealing format.
- DaysOfTheYear.com is a great content resource for adding more timely updates to your blogging efforts, social media strategy or other elements of your public relations plan! In addition to listing all sorts of upcoming notable days, they list months of the year for you to reference (such as October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month or March’s International Ideas Month).
- Free Stock Photos is another Hubspot resource that allows you to create custom content for your company. Their image library includes all sorts of pictures you can download and use in your business’ marketing efforts for free.
As a business owner, it’s important you are constantly coming up with new, innovative strategies year-round. Do you have any other resources to add to my list? Share your tips and insight in the comments below! I’d love to hear what’s worked well for you and your company.Written by Erika Taylor Montgomery
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