Posting visual creatives is the best way for businesses to engage with their audience. Of the many free graphic design tools on the market, is one of the most intuitive and easy-to-use. It's free library of fonts, illustrations, templates, and images give you a pool of graphics that you can easily drag-and-drop, and create beautiful visuals. Visit Canva.
Email is a great way to nurture your leads. With MailChimp (this email was created and sent via Mailchimp), you have a user-friendly tool that creates great templates and allows basic automation. Say, you want to send a series of emails after a new user registers on your website, you can automate that via MailChimp. For up to 2000 email subscribers, MailChimp is free. Visit MailChimp.
3. Grammarly and Hemingway Editor
Grammarly and Hemingway are your best buddies to make sure your text content is grammatically correct and reader-friendly. Get your punctuations right, and reduce passive voice and long sentences with these tools. You can even use these for writing regular emails (just as we did for this newsletter). VisitGrammarly and Hemingway.
"Moving" pictures, i.e. GIFs, something that was meant to be only in J.K. Rowling’s fantasy world, is a trend these days. You won't believe that GIFs have been around for 30 years already, and they are getting sexier by the day. We recommend using giphy.com. It allows you to create your own GIFs, or search for interesting GIFs to include in your digital media. Visit giphy.com.
Visuals are the best weapon when connecting with your audience--yes, we're repeating ourselves. Often, you'll need stock images and vectors (design graphics) to make your visuals better -- that's where Freepik comes in. Visit freepik.com.