social media graphics

How to Create Quote Graphics for Social Media

Sometimes social media is more than just a pretty photo, when you USE words on your graphics, you are able to connect with your audience, ask questions and provide inspiration. 

 I schedule my quote graphics on other platforms to grow my reach and recycle them weekly. When I started sharing quote graphics on Instagram and Twitter, I noticed a huge difference in engagement and shares!! I want this for you too!

This is the EXACT process that I use when I create quote graphics.

Why I Switched from MeetEdgar to SmarterQueue

You know that social media is important for your creative business but let’s be honest, social media takes TIME. I used to spend every Sunday evening planning out my content for the week ahead. I would set up my prompts for my facebook group and make sure that they would post at the same time each day. I would add other people's content to my queue in Buffer and rinse and repeat the next week. But you know what? I knew that there had to be something better. Something that would save me more time!

As a previous social media manager, I have tried lots of different tools for social media scheduling (Buffer, Post Planner, Hootsuite, Sprout Social, CoSchedule to name a few) but I wanted to find a tool that would allow me recycle posts so that they were always posting on their own to help save me time.

3 Mistakes People Make When Creating Social Media Graphics (+ How to Avoid Them!)

Creating social media graphics is a big part in your creative entrepreneur process. You write a blog post and then you need social media graphics. You created a new product and now you need a graphic to promote it and so on.

When you create social media graphics it's easy to make a few mistakes and trust me, I made these mistakes too when I first started creating graphics for social media. 

Here are 3 Mistakes People Make When Creating Social Media Graphics (+ How to Avoid Them!):