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Great Tools for Creating Graphics for Social Media

Great Tools for Creating Graphics for Social Media

You don’t need to be a Pro Graphic Designer or a Photoshop Wizzard to be able to create professionally-looking on-brand graphics for your social media profiles. There are plenty of online tools that are for free or cost a few bucks that will help you get the job done. Here is a list of some of my most favorite tools that I use regularly and can only recommend:


Canva is one of my most favorite online tools ever. You can create impressive graphics in minutes. Don’t know anything about graphic design? Canva has you covered with its Design School that will teach you all about color and font combinations and much more.


If you’ve read my e-book Social Media for Actors you know that I recommend Buffer as a great tool for planning your posts, especially for Twitter. Buffer, however, has a great tool for creating images called Pablo that allow you to create and plan the post within one tool.


Makerbook is your ultimate resource for images, icons, audio, video, fonts and much more. Whatever you are looking for, this directory will help you find it.


Is my go-to website for free images. Please make sure you study the license on each image and that you know what are you allowed to use the image for. It has happened to the best of us that we got it wrong.


This tool will come handy for anyone that works with brands and is creating sponsored posts. Not always brands send their graphic manual, but on this website, you can find hex color codes of all the most well-known brands and social media sites.


Iconfinder is a great website with all sorts of free or low-priced icons available to use for personal or commercial purposes. Icons are a great way to communicate with images that sometimes speak better than words or help divide and structure blocks of text.


Have you ever seen a perfect color on an image and thought “that’s my brand color!”, but wondered how can you get the hex code in order to use it on your materials? This tool has you covered. You just need to upload an image, click on the color and it will generate the hex code. Neat, huh?

Of course, there are plenty of other great tools out there! Which ones are you using? Let the ninjas know in the comments below. ūüôā


Introducing Social Media for Actors on SMFA-U

Introducing Social Media for Actors on SMFA-U

I’m always amazed by the level of awesomeness of the #SMFAninjas community. It’s full of talented actors, who also happen to have an arsenal of other skills that they don’t hesitate to share with other ninjas.

I’m grateful to Bonnie Gillespie for bringing these amazing people to my life and I’m so happy that I can give back to the community by sharing my knowledge and experience with social media through the SMFA-U.

SMFA-U is such a great idea and I believe all the courses there are going to help everyone to jump some tiers in their careers.


My first offer is an e-book called Social Media for Actors.¬†I’ve written it in the style of Self-management for Actors that we all know and love¬†because one of the things that make¬†the SMFA book so brilliant is the way it’s structured.

Social Media for Actors covers the basics. It’s intended for beginners and intermediate social media users and it’s the foundation all my next offers are going to be built on.

I also got FREE stuff for ya! One you might know from Get in Gear for the New Year,¬†it’s the Quick Ninja Tips to Improve Your Social Media Presence.¬†The other is a Content Planning Calendar to help you stay organized with your content creation. I’ll also be blogging and vlogging about social media, more FREE advice.

Excited like I am? Head over to to check out all the offers from the SMFA-U profs.

What can you expect next?

I’m currently working on more e-books about the individual social media platforms and their potential for actor’s career. These e-books are going to build upon the Social Media for Actors e-book and they are going to be on a more intermediate and advanced level.

Again, thank you to all ninjas who participated in the survey that helped me determine what it is that you’d like to learn about. Your feedback was incredibly helpful and please continue to have a conversation with me about social media and your career.

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