Pinterest has become a significant player in the social media universe. It has over 150 million active monthly users, and it’s expanding quickly. The visual content based social media site provides online entrepreneurs, bloggers and website owners a worldwide reach.
Using images on Pinterest is a basic need – without images there is no Pinterest. But if you want people to look at, share, and re-pin your pins to drive traffic to your website you’ll need to create visual impact.
Using one of the following 5 free Pinterest tools will help to drive engagement, boost your followers and traffic, and get your images re-pinned over and over.
Canva is one of the most well-known Pinterest image tools. It has more than 10 million users, and it is simple to sign up by means of Facebook, Google or with your email. There are thousands of options and a simple to use interface, which will help you create Pinterest images quickly and easily.
PicMonkey is a great Pinterest image tool for editing and enhancing your photos. You can also create graphics and images completely from scratch. Make sure that you link your image pins to the appropriate sales page, blog post, or email opt-in form. In this way it will encourage those who click to either purchase what you are recommending or take an action you want.
WordSwag turns text into photos and graphics. This means you can add marketing messages, tips, short how-to lists and other text-based messages to your graphics. You can use it to create text-based graphics, inspirational quotes and memorable messages that people will love to re-pin on Pinterest. You can also combine standard graphics and photographs with text.
The Pinstamatic can churn out a lot of simple, basic Pinterest images quickly. For ease of use, number of options and integration with Pinterest and other social media networks, this is a great image and graphics creating tool.
Quozio is a Pinterest image quote maker. It’s easy to create a text-based image, and if you don’t like the result, you can browse other templates. Remember to use readable fonts. Some fonts don’t translate well from a larger size image to a smaller size image and can’t be read across browsers and mobile devices. The message that the mixture of your image and words makes is important. It might take a few times to get it right so that the image and words speak out loud in one look.