Next, we’ll edit the look of the text element as well as what it says. Canva makes this easy with its contextual menus:
To make the chart icon overlap our text element like we wanted, we just need to click “Back” while the text element is selected:
We’re almost there! In this step, we finish editing the text element, added a heart image (using the search form) and then played around with the size and position of each element so it looked right:
Next, it’s off to the Background tab to well, add a background. We chose a crinkled paper image to finish off our image:
Now it’s time to download our completed design. First, we click on the Download button:
As our image was created with entirely free elements, this is the message we received during the download:
If we had used one or more of the $1 premium images, the next step in the download process would have been checkout:
Now that we’ve downloaded our design, we can post it to Facebook so it can go on to viral glory:
Creating content that engages your targeted prospects is often the hardest part of an effective content marketing campaign.
Canva enables you to create that content quickly and easily, even if you have little to no graphic design skills.
Whether you use your Canva-created designs online or off, you’ll be able to create a large variety of engaging content that will attract your targeted prospects; and isn’t that what marketing is all about?