How to Make a Quote Graphic for Your Facebook Fan Page

The Logo Creator

The Logo Creator

In May of this year (2013), I participated in Sue Worthington’s Facebook Fan Page challenge, where we learned how to effectively set up a Facebook fan page and get more likes.

When Sue came to me and asked if I would create a video for her fan page challengers, I decided to make a video that shows how to use the the Logo Creator software to create Facebook graphics.

I chose the Logo Creator because many of the participants claimed they didn’t have a creative bone in their body and felt unable to create any type of graphics for Facebook.

I disagree with this mindset and the video below proves you CAN make graphics without any professional schooling.

If you don’t care for video, there is additional text shared below.

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What Is the Logo Creator?

The Logo Creator is design software that runs on a PC or MAC. By the name, you would think it’s a software program to create logos and it is, but it does so much more!

You can use it to make Facebook covers, tabs, and quote graphics. But you can also use the software to create blog post graphics, header files, Pinterest flyers and banner advertisements – or any other type of graphic you can possibly imagine.

Even if you feel you don’t have a creative bone in your body, I still feel this program would work for you. It’s so much easier to use than Gimp or Photoshop and you aren’t required to draw the graphics from scratch.

You simply need to take the premade graphics that come with the program and add them to the canvas. Move them around until you’re happy with the layout and export the finished piece to your hard drive.

Take a look at the video I created showing you how to create a simple event ad to share on your Facebook timeline. Watching the video will show you how versatile the Logo Creator software truly is!

Features:

  • Choose from over 200 premade templates.
  • Work with an easy graphic interface.
  • Place taglines or slogans onto images.
  • Flexible canvas.

Benefits:

Since the Logo Creator arrives with more than 200 premade templates, you won’t waste time trying to create reusable templates. Just pick a template and work directly with the layout to get started.

There’s no learning curve like there is with Gimp or Photoshop. If you can click and point your mouse, you can create wonderful-looking graphics using the program.

Highlight your unique selling proposition by adding taglines or slogans to your graphics. This allows your graphics to brand your business and do the marketing for you!

Resize the canvas size to fit the type of graphic you’re creating. Not only does it allow you to eliminate wasted space, but smaller graphics load faster from your blog, too!

If you need a few graphics, but can’t afford the high price of hiring a professional graphics designer, consider grabbing the Logo Creator to do the job.

You’ll spend significantly less in fees and you’ll have lifetime access to a professional graphics program whenever you need it.

Click here for more information about the Logo Creator

Thanks for reading,
– Bonnie

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About Bonnie Gean

Bonnie is a full-time writer and marketer with over 20-years of experience as an entrepreneur. She loves helping people overcome the technical challenges associated with an online business. Need a step-by-step tutorial? Simply ASK her and she'll help you too.

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  1. Amazing post. Also Bonnie you may try http://www.pixteller.com, add beautiful text to your images and share them on your facebook page.
    Alexander recently posted…We accept the love we think we deserveMy Profile

    • I use different programs to create quote graphics, such as Photoshop, Gimp, PowerPoint and the Logo Creator – just to name a few. :) I rarely use online programs to do them because most of them are limited in text styles and background images.

      I figure, if I can create them by hand offline, they’ll turn out much better. ROFL

      Plus, I create quote packages for my PLR store that sell rather well, so I’m all set; but, thanks for the resource shared!
      Bonnie Gean recently posted…Are You Breaking the Article Writing Challenge Rules?My Profile

  2. Bonnie,

    When I first got XHeader I didn’t use it much. More recently I made logos , banners, buttons and headers in various sizes. You set the size by the number of pixels you want. I have buttons, logos and headers in sizes such as 150×150, 200×200, 300×300 and 960×250 etc.
    There is a free version of xHeader if you want to try it.
    Fran G. recently posted…AboutMy Profile

  3. Bonnie,

    Thanks for responding to my email about graphics. I forgot I already have a tool to build my logos, banners and headers. I bought the XHeader program some time ago. I can make my own. I didn’t think of it before.
    it’s really great how you have so much information teaching us about the products available to do so much for our websites. Thanks again for pointing me into something I may need in the future and teaching it for free.
    Fran G.
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  4. I love the Logo Creator Software and glad you turned me on to it! Awesome product at a very reasonable price.
    Cynthia Dixon recently posted…I’m Trying to be patient with Internet MarketingMy Profile

  5. This is on my To Buy list ………. ‘cos I’ve got nothing else to do with my time! lol – on a serious note, I have been eyeing it out for some time!!
    Tamsin recently posted…Vlog Update 21 July 2013My Profile

  6. Oh, yay! So far I’ve been using a few sites that let you upload a background and add text. They work okay but most leave watermarks.
    Amanda Thomas recently posted…What is the Best Theme For an Amazon Review Site?My Profile

  7. These are also good for making quote graphics or memes:

    recitethis.com
    pinwords.com
    shareasimage.com
    pinstamatic.com
    quozio.com
    Linda Ursin recently posted…Sassy Sayings for SundayMy Profile

  8. Bonnie – I love your tutorials. Always easy to follow and clear to understand. Great job.
    Victoria recently posted…Weekly Round Up Vlog – Welcome to the My Daily Cuppa Youtube ChannelMy Profile

  9. great post – would love to have you share this and your other advice to the women in biz on the Women’s Toolbox – I am def going to try this – going to save me alot of money and time! thanks!
    Janet recently posted…Do you know what your website stats mean?My Profile

  10. Thanks so MUCH @Bonnie for sharing your wisdom! This looks very fun – and like I could get lost doing creative stuff in it! :-) Ah the challenge of being a creative being! We can play ALL day can’t we?!
    Amethyst Wyldfyre recently posted…Speak Sell Serve & Succeed in Your PJs! Day 21My Profile

    • I love playing with the Logo Creator and you’re right. It’s easy to get LOST in this all day long. Some pretty fun graphics transpire as a result of it, too!

      Have a blast with it Amethyst! I know I do! :)

  11. “Ask and you are given.” Yet again, I asked and the Universe used you as the answer to my asking. :-)

    Thank you for this. It is just what I wanted.

    :-)

    Kathy
    kathyhadleylifecoach.com
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