I’m not a trained designer from one of the great Art Institutes around the country, but I design everyday. How? Often with Canva. With a constant stream of content publishing at many organizations, social media managers and writers are often called upon to be graphic artists, too. We build relationships online, but are also expected to have mad Photoshop skills. And even for developers, just because you’re a PHP and CSS ninja, doesn’t mean you also have the time to spend hours in photoshop to create a featured image of a post meant to highlight your services for hire. Because, as many of us know, we have another article due soon. If you’ve been writing for the last year and need images for your blog, you’ve probably heard of Canva. If you haven’t, go check them out (canva.com). I love Canva so much that I pay for their monthly service: Canva for Work. Seriously, this is the best thing that happened to content marketers since Buffer. I have great news for those who are tired of posting featured-image-less articles, yet care about your workflow: Canva has a WordPress plugin. Whether you lack photoshop skills or need a more seamless workflow, the Canva
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