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How to Create Eye-Catching Posts on Social Media with this Tool.

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If you’re looking for a way to create high-quality social media posts that will grab attention, Canva is the website for you. With thousands of templates, elements, and photo options available, you can create stunning posts that will stand out from the competition. You can also schedule your posts in advance, so you never have to worry about forgetting to post something important.

But it doesn’t stop at just social media, they have your back at several other design needs. Canva is my go-to site for creating any kind of design, whether it be a logo, an advertisement, or even just a birthday card.

The cost of using Canva is also very affordable — you can create as many designs as you want for free, or choose to upgrade to one of their paid plans if you choose.

Paid Plans

Pro Plan — $12.95/month or $119.40/year

  • This plan gives you access to Canva for Work, which includes features like team collaboration and uploading your brand assets. It also removes the Canva watermark from your designs.

Business Plan — $29.95/month or $299.40/year

  • The Business Plan includes all of the features of the Pro Plan, plus additional team collaboration tools and domain hosting for your Canva designs.

Enterprise Plan — custom pricing

  • This plan is designed for businesses with more than 250 employees. It includes all of the features of the Business Plan, as well as tailored customer support and additional Canva training.

Is Canva right for you?

While Canva is an amazing tool, it may not be the best fit for everyone. If you’re not interested in creating designs that require text, or if you don’t need to create professional-looking designs, Canva may not be the best option for you. However, if you’re looking for a versatile and affordable design tool, Canva is worth checking out!

Personally

I have been using this every day for two sites and mostly for advertising on Pinterest and TikTok so far, I will be using it for Facebook and Instagram soon.

They have custom sizes for Pinterest and all social sites, with templates that work perfectly for you. Plus royal free pictures to add to these posts. Canva has completely replaced Adobe Photoshop for me.

I hope this post has helped you see the potential in Canva and given you a little taste of what Canva can do for you.

I’d love to hear about your Canva experience in the comments below!

Disclaimer: I do make money from links in this post.

Thank you for reading!

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