A lot of the content you share on social media is a mix of images and text, but the process of converting the text into visuals is much trickier.
Here are some tips to help you get the best out of these posts.
The right text editor and font The best way to get those high-quality images to your post is to use a text editor like Inkscape or Photoshop.
But don’t just use Photoshop, either.
You can also create an image with Inksphere or similar tools, and save it to your computer.
Then, open the image in your favorite text editor.
Then you can just change the font to whatever you want to use.
In this case, I’m using a bold, simple font.
This is just what I found to work best.
Make sure the image is in your feed The most important thing to do when creating a post is ensuring the image has been added to your feed.
Make the post a bit more than a simple headline, and ensure the caption is included as well.
If you’re looking for more tips, here’s an article that walks through the process.
Add some text When you’ve finished adding the text, it’s time to add the image to your article.
To do this, right-click the image and choose “Image” from the menu.
Then select “Edit” from your context menu.
Add the text you want in your post, and then click “OK” to save.