Cheap Visual Content Tools for Your Facebook Page

By John Haydon

Most Facebook marketers are finding that visual content is becoming more and more important to their overall content strategy. The challenge for many marketers is that it’s very difficult to create compelling, interesting, and attractive visual content. Following are a few recommendations for creating visual content quickly and cheaply:

  • Canva: If you need to churn out visual content that’s beautiful (or at least branded), Canva is your tool. It has templates for Facebook covers, social media posts, posters, blog graphics, and more.

  • PicMonkey: PicMonkey is an online editing tool that offers many of the basic features of Adobe Photoshop: cropping, resizing, adding text, and so on. It’s also very easy to use, and it’s mostly free.

  • Piktochart: What you’ll love about Piktochart is its wide variety of infographic templates and themes. Instead of starting from scratch, you’re starting with 75 to 80 percent of a final product.

  • Easel.ly: This website features thousands of free infographic templates and design objects that you can use to create visual content. Like Piktochart, the site has drag-and-drop design elements. Base your content on existing templates or start from scratch with something original.