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I know for sure that you have a unique and valuable insights you wanted to share with your readers. And perhaps for a while now you wanted to create your own shareable graphics with your fans but you just don’t have the technical skills or knowledge of Photoshop.

Well, me either! Although I do have basic Photoshop skills, I must admit I am not a huge fan of them either. So today, let me share with you 2 of my favorite tools in creating shareable graphic quotes for our clients:


This free tool comes with user friendly interface that allows newbies like you to create polished graphic quotes for your social media accounts. You can edit and improve a quality of your images, design pure text quotes, and even create a collage of your favorite photos. Best of all, this web based tool is absolutely free. You have the option to upgrade to Royale subscription, which gives you more font choices and editing features.

Picmonkey created several tutorials to guide you as well as tools and apps to help you with all your graphic projects.

Here’s a few of our work using





Canva is another amazing free tool for all your graphic editing needs. Other than creating graphic quotes, we use Canva to create social media branding designs such as cover photos for Facebook, Twitter Backgrounds, Google+ Cover Photos, etc. They already set the right dimensions for each which makes designing a whole lot easier.

What I love most about them is that you are able to save your designs and projects within Canva, which allows you to edit your creations for further revisions.

If you’re planning to use Canva, I highly recommend you also check out their blog page which is filled with tips and tricks created for you!

Here’s a few of our work using Canva:





If all of these tools still seem too techy for you, then I suggest you work with a virtual assistant who can assist you in creating high quality images. Your virtual assistant will help you save time and energy in learning these tools and at the same time create a more polished and professional image that will reflect your brand.

Have you used any of these tools before? How was your experience? Do you have other tools that you use for social media graphics? Share them in the comments below! I’d love to check them out as well.


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