Content may be king….but unique content will be the one the rules them all.
It does not have to be difficult or costly to create this. You can start with creating your own memes.
Do you like those images with text…or better known as meme?
You can easily create these with your own photos in a very simple way. Follow the three steps and you will be on your way to creating fun, inspirational and informative content for your business.
First…Capture a Unique Image
Take out your phone and capture some images that relate to your brand / biz or captures something fun that you want to use as a theme. Then get this sent to where you can access it on your laptop or computer.
Second…Identify your Screen Capture Tool
PC = Snipping Tool
- Locate Snipping Tool in Accessories (Start Menu Search) and Open
- A communication window will appear
- Click on arrow next to choose the type of snip you want. Rectangular Snip is best for memes
- Once you have the item you would like to capture prepared, click “new”
- Drag cursor over area you want to capture
- Save as the image format you want
Mac = Command (⌘)-Shift-4
- Press Command (⌘)-Shift-4. You’ll see that your cursor changes to a crosshair pointer
- Move the crosshair pointer to where you want to start the screenshot
- Drag to select an area. To adjust the area, hold Shift, Option, or the Space bar while you drag
- When you’ve selected the area you want, release your mouse or trackpad button. Or to cancel, press Escape (esc)
- Find the screenshot as a .png file on your desktop
Three…Create Meme in a Word Doc
- Open Word Doc
- Go to Insert tab and select Picture…this will allow you to import the image
- With image selected go to Format and click Wrap Text and select In Front of Text
- Click on Insert tab and select Text Box…this will give you the option of which text box you want to use
- Double click on Text Box content and then type the quote you want on your image
- Make certain that Text Box is still selected and click on Home tab. Highlight the text you just added and format using all the Font formatting tools
- Make certain that Text Box is still selected and click Format tab. This is where you will select Shape Fill (none) and Shape Outline (none)
- With box selected drag the Text Box to where you want it on the image.
- Use screen capture tool to capture and save as either a png or jpg
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