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How to create Pinterest infographic in less than 60 seconds - The Photography Express

How to create Pinterest infographic in less than 60 seconds

One minute is not a very long time. But what if in one minute you can create a Pinterest inforgraphic that is useful for your blog or photography website? This is exactly what I’m going to show you in today’s tutorial. In the tutorial above, I’m going to walk you through which website to use to create the infographic and the most efficient way to create the exact infographic that you want. So If you haven’t watched the video yet I highly recommend you check it out now. Below is the show note for your convenience. Cheers!

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1) For anyone who needs further understanding on Pinterest, please visit my last tutorial on how to create Pinterest infographic in less than 5 minutes. I had a brief introduction of Pinterest over there.

2) Imagine how much time you can save by creating this awesome infographic in just 60 seconds. The best thing is, when you friend ask how long did it take you to do this, you can brag about it and say “it only took me 60 seconds”.

3) VERY IMPORTANT! The website you need to go is: www.canva.com

Step 1: When you go to “start a new design”, you see all the different formats like blog graphics, Facebook covers, google + covers etc. In today’s example, we’ll use Pinterest. Those are merely different dimensions for you to choose from.

Step 2: Once you hit the Pinterest icon, on the left you can choose a different layout.

Step 3: Type the title of your main topic, don’t forget your website’s URL.

Step 4: For more format options, go to text on the left hand panel, choose a layout and drag it to the area you want to place your text.

Step 5: Click download, then choose image

After clicking download, you may find out you have to pay. If you want to use this program without any cost, when choosing layout next time, choose an image without watermarks. (to skip straight to this part go to 3:48)

Today’s post is relative short and I hope you learnt a lot! If you haven’t done so, support this blog by subscribing to the email list, like our Facebook page and join our Pinterest board! See you in the next post!

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