Using images in your blog posts gets them 94% more views. You have to learn how to use Canva to get more business.

So let  Canva set your website apart even more by creating attention grabbing graphics, headers, logos, and infographics.

Welcome to the Savvy Scribe podcast and today, we will discuss the steps on how to use Canva. Canva is a graphic design platform that allows users to create social media graphics, presentations, posters, and other visual content. It’s available on the web and mobile and connects millions of photos, fonts, templates, and photography.

How to Use Canva

Users can choose from many professionally designed templates, and edit designs and upload their images through the drag and drop interface. The platform is free to use, and paid subscriptions are available.

Let’s have a look and learn how to use Canva for your freelancing business.

If you are anything like me and follow countless amounts of your field (my writing) on social media, you may have seen the huge amount of social media graphics associated with each link you have ever seen on social. have seen. media. These social media graphics are designed to give people on social media an extra push to click on content presented.

I like that a lot of people have always assumed that because I am good at something, everyone is good and while not really it is very fun to think that way. I like to write and I think I write very well. Designing on the other hand? I can do this but I don’t consider myself a graphic designer.

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