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Create Website Images For Free, In Under 1-Minute

I don't know about you, but when I can get awesome things for FREE I want to celebrate my findings by sharing them with others.

When I found a way I can create stunning website images in under 1 minute for free, I was all over it.

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Having amazing images on your website is an integral part of having a successful online business.

The problem is that so many bloggers rely on images found on the usual free website image sites like Pixabay, Unsplash, or Flickr.

Some bloggers or website developers will just go to Google and choose images that are labeled for reuse like the example below.

Please Do Not Use This Image
Anymore!!!

I can't keep track of how often I have seen the following image on sooo many blogger websites.

It's either used on their pages, posts, social media shares, or as main screen backgrounds.

When I see the same image like this one and on other sites it just makes me want to hit the back button.

Girl in field running with sunlight through hair

Seeing so many websites with the same images being used over and over again is the reason that I've created this article.

I want to help fellow bloggers keep the internet original and exciting!

Why Use Images On Websites

When I started blogging I wondered why I would even need to worry about having images on my websites.

Until I started looking at example sites that had no images and the reasons to have images on a website became quite apparent.

Here are 4 Reasons why I use images on my websites

  1. Visual Impact - There is just something in our human brains that makes us want to look at colorful or just an interesting image. It's a natural phenomenon where we are attracted to having images placed in the field of view. It triggers a need to see more. I remember reading a whole article where about the effect of images presented in our field of view triggers all kinds of emotions and reactions. There is a reason magazines are so popular and still in business even with the internet.
  2. Highlight Content - Sometimes an image can be used to highlight your content like the old saying an image is worth a thousand words. It is easier to just show an image of an idea instead of trying to explain it. Images also work well in tutorials like you will see further down in this blog.
  3. Giving A Break For Long Content - Internet surfers get bored very quickly so having an image or two sprinkled here and there throughout a blog can help to draw people's interest to continue reading so they can down to the image and the next.
  4. Can Help With Search Engine Optimization (SEO) - Although the SEO rules are continuously changing having images that have associated "alt text" and descriptive titles may provide SEO opportunities. Whether it helps or not is constantly debated amongst the affiliate marketing community. All I know is that it sure can't do any harm. 'Alt Text" is really there to help those that use viewing to speech software so that it can explain what is on the image. With the increased use of voice searches, I believe it is important as ever.

Why You Want to Edit Images

Now there is nothing wrong about using free images from Google, Pixabay, or Flickr.

In the contrary, remember, I love using anything that is free when I can.

That is why I recommend creating your own unique images with editing.

Now you don't want to spend hours or days editing your images. Creating your content is so much more important.

You can still use those free images that you find but make them unique by using an image editor.

Edit Your Images For These 3 Reasons 

1- Customized: Editing your free images will allow you to keep your website development free and you get to keep your site looking like One of A Kind! It will also avoid having people like me hit the back button, keep your bounce rates down.

2-Branding: While you are editing your own images you can maintain a brandable look to your website. You can create and add your logo, consistent colors, and your website 'URL" to the images. Maintaining consistency is the key to successful brand acceptance.

3-Professional: Your site will look like it was done by a professional graphic designer. Having customized and branded images on your site will automatically convey a feeling that your site was created by a professional. It will build trust with your audience.

Create Images In Under 1-Minute With Canva

What Is Canva?

I promised that you can create a website image is less than 1-minute.

Canva is an easy to use image editor where you can create amazing unique images in under 1-minute.

Naturally, it can take you longer for complex images that are similar to works from Picasso or Van Gogh but for the everyday type of images you use in blog posts, one minute should suffice.

quick description of Canva

  • An Easy to use image editor, or what they like to call "Designer".
  • Quick drag-and-drop features.
  • Create Images for specific uses such as social banners, widgets, logos etc.
  • Design stunning images along with infographics, e-book covers, graphs, etc...
  • Access to images, icons, and other elements from within the platform.
  • Two Membership Plans
    • FREE  (The one that I use 🙂
    • Canva For Work Bundle, $12.95/month or Yearly $119.40 = $9.95/month
    • There is a Canva Enterprise, no price listed (for teams of 30+)
  • Canva claims it only takes 23 seconds to learn how to use. Ha! I think it took me 22 seconds!
Canva

Simple Drag and Drop Editor


FREE

Forever

  • 2 folders to organize designs
  • 1 GB storage
  • Access 8,000 templates
  • Upload Your Images
  • Access to millions of photos starting at $1 each
  • More Than Enough Features For an Individual Blogger

How To Use Canva

Signing Up

All you need to do is go to www.canva.com 

It will ask you why you are using canva so they can customize the site to your needs.

Depending what reason you choose you will be able to sign up with your email address or through your social media accounts like Facebook or Google.

Sign up to Canva for free ScreenShot

User Interface On The Home Screen

Once you've created your FREE account and logged in you will be sent to Canva's home page. The paid account will have a number of added features but for this article, we are only focusing on the Free version.

The left column will show your profile.

There is a 'Create a design" button but you will need to choose which design you want to create from the main body of the page first before that button will work.

There is a big search field in the main body of the page to start typing what you want to create, or you can just click in it to get an instant drop down list of all the options.

The left column will give you some options to view your past designs. Which is very helpful if you want to keep consistency in your web design you can take an old image and tweak it to look brand new.

There is a choice to use the older Canva 1.0 version but if you are new to canva just stick to the 2.0 version. (maybe new sign ups won't even see that option)

There is an option to share your designs, create a team, set your brand preferences, find already made templates, and you can view videos and blogs in regards to Canva use and design in their design school. 

Last but not least you can create folders or send them to the trash.

Canva left column home page ScreenShot

Now let's choose a design and see what it looks like inside.

I'd like to create a Pinterest image for this example so I searched for Pinterest and it brought me to a list of Pinterest templates with in the Create a design page. The Pinterest template size is already optimized for the Pinterest platform at 735px x 1102px. No guessing or researching required.

User Interface Within The Create A Design Page

The templates have categories such as Food, Wedding, and Birthday etc. You can also do a search by keyword.

The list of templates are mixed with free versions along with pay versions.

If you chose a paid membership some of those pay versions would also be available. If you don't have a membership and really want to use one of those pay versions you can buy them individually.

Depending on how many images are in the pay versions but generally, you have to pay $1 per image on the template.

I say you don't need to buy anything as you can really create anything or make your own that resembles the paid versions with a couple of minutes for free.

OMG! Look at this template below called "Spring Style Inspiration". Does that image look familiar? It is actually one of the FREE Pinterest template choices as seen in the left column. I couldn't have planned any better.

Free Pinterest template in Canva girl running in green grass sunlight in her hair ScreenShot

The left column is where you will find all the tools you need to create your image. It is very easy and intuitive.

Canva user interface left column screenshot

Once you click on any of the elements, text options, backgrounds, or your uploaded photos it will automatically pop over onto your main work space. In this case, it would pop up on top of the template.

Using that free Pinterest template, with a few clicks I change the color, the text, the main image, and voila!

A brand new Pinterest image that coincides with my website theme, ready to be published to the world wide web.

Notice I added that same girl running in a grass field image. That there is an example where you can use FREE images but incorporate with others to make it UNIQUE

Finale Free Pinterest template image ScreenShot

Menu Within The Create A Design Page

Now that you've created your image it is time to access the top menu to share, download, post on your choice of social media, order prints, and a dozen other options.

You can download to your computer in either png, jpeg, or pdf.

Here's a quick how to video that explains how to publish.

You guessed it...you can view in under 1-minute!

Canva also provides printing services at a reasonable price. Check out how we created our business cards in minutes in this video.

Why You Only Need The Free Version

Canva is an amazing tool.

If you are a blogger /affiliate marketer just starting out then the free version will have no issues in meeting your needs.

Should your online business grow and now you have partners or a team of employees then upgrading to a paid service would definitely be worthwhile.

At $12.95 / month to have a tool with all those features is still truly incredible.

After writing this article I am really tempted to drop my other resources and just use Canva.

Before Canva was so good, now with version 2.0, I ended up buying a subscription to a stock image platform.

It too is a reasonably priced platform called Storyblocks that have thousands of images to choose from. 

Storyblocks stock image platform ScreenShot

They also have a video and Audio platforms that are extraordinary. If you are a graphic or video designer then they will meet your needs hands down. They only charge ~$99 to $149 / year for unlimited downloads and once you've downloaded them you can use them however long you want.

I recently extended my membership but if I had noticed that Canva has upgraded I would switch over. 

It would increase the convenience of having everything all in one tool as now I have to download the images from StoryBlocks then upload them to Canva which is an extra step that can be avoided.

Other Image Editor Options

Adobe Photoshop: I do use Adobe products as well for some other graphic and video editing. They have amazing tools that allow you to customize anything really right down to the individual pixel if your wanted. They too have monthly plans that start at $9.99 /month which is reasonable for someone starting their business.

You can read my Adobe Cloud Review on one of my other sites ==> Click Here

Gimp: This is a FREE product that mimics Adobe Photoshop. I have tried it in the past but it was another learning curve. Seeing that  I already have Photoshop where I am very familiar with using that I did not see an advantage digging deeper into all of its features. It is open source so you can download it here and go wild.

gimp logo

Pixlr: Here is another freebie and again mimics the usability of Adobe Photoshop. It is cloud based and does have a sidebar of advertising that can be a little distracting. They do have a Pro / paid version which is currently only $5/month. With Pro you get access to 10,000+ templates, 200 premium fonts, 1,000,000 premium royalty free stock images. I imagine there wouldn't be any advertising in a sidebar with the Pro version which is no in an early release version.

Inkscape: Here is another Free open source photo editor you will need to download. You can manipulate objects, create objects, fill and stroke tools among other features.

It has closer similarities to Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw, Freehand, or Xara X than Photoshop.

You can download it free here==> Click Here

Inkscape logo

Conclusion

Although you can find a long list of other image editors Canva still stands out as being the easiest, fastest, and used by more bloggers /affiliate marketers than any other image editor out there.

If you are a blogger /affiliate marketer you know that content is the key to getting your website ranked.

So you don't want to spend hours creating an image for your site or social pages. You want to spend most of your time creating awesome content that will help your readers.

Canva allows you to create images fast, easy that has a professional look and you know it will be sized for your need.

Here is a "Getting Started" on Canva tutorial video. Sorry, this one is actually over 1-minute.

Bonus Website Image Tips

Optimize Your Images For WordPress To Improve Site Speed and Search Engine Ranking

It's one thing to have nice images on your website but if they are too big in size, even though the WordPress software shrinks the images to fit the screen or block it still eats up a lot of download bandwidth.

Then when you have big image downloads it can slow down your site and ultimately decrease your ranking or have more people bounce out of your site because it takes too long to load.

So here are 2 quick tips to keep your image downloads to a minimum.

1.    Make sure you set your Image Sizes in your Media Settings, all to Zero.

That way only your original size image is uploaded. If you leave these setting to the default it will upload three different variations that need to be uploaded each time your page or post with that image loads. This is a huge website loading speed saver.

Wordpress Image optimization ScreenShot

2.   Decrease the original image size. Now that you are only uploading one size of an image that will help but what if that one image is huge?

That is where you can decrease the image size right in WordPress.

Unless you need a full screen or full width image, usually an image size of 640x481px will be sufficient to give a good visual impact on your site without the images looking pixelated.

All you have to do is once you upload an image to WordPress, you click on "Edit image" in the right column beside the image thumbnail.

Once the edit image page opens you change the first number to 640 and the other number will scale automatically.

Click save and your site load speed will get a boost like a rocket!

Optimize Image size in WordPress scale ScreenShot

If you have any comments or questions please be sure to leave them below. I would love to hear from you.

Cheers

Paul

Oh Yeah! I almost forgot.

Here is that Pinterest Image I created in my example.

Go ahead and click on the image to share it on Pinterest now!

Create Website Images For Free in under 1 minute Pinterest image
Paul
 

I have been working from home and making an amazing living for over 8 years. I started affiliate marketing about 3 years ago. If you would like to learn how to work from home and earn money as an affiliate please hit the subscribe button on the bottom of the page. Paul

Click Here to Leave a Comment Below 40 comments
Chris - January 10, 2019

Oh this is great – I’ve been looking for a way to make my articles more dynamic for quite some time now, and photoshop is so expensive at the end of the day! 

So this Canva is completely free – forever?

I only ask as it seems like a great app and these types of things always have some sort of catch to make you upgrade at some point?

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    Paul - January 10, 2019

    Right now there is a Free version, no need for any Credit card information, no trial period. You sign-up and it is totally free. You will get a popup at some points recommending an upscale to the For Work membership but that only seems to come up when you finish your project or if you try to use templates or images that are not marked as Free. So they try to get you to buy but there is no obligation.

    Cheers

    Paul

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Mariah - January 10, 2019

Hi Paul!

I love free stuff too! I’ve actually been searching around for a good image editing tool. I don’t have photoshop, I do have Gimp downloaded but I haven’t really tried to do much with it yet. I had heard of Canva before but I actually didn’t know they had a free option. This is great news. One thing I am wondering though, are you able to edit a photograph to make it look better? Like, can you adjust the lighting, saturation, sharpness etc.? That is the main thing I want in a photo editor. Also, do you know if Canva lowers the quality of your images after you upload them and create a design? I know a lot of photo editors seem to do this.

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    Paul - January 10, 2019

    Canva does allow you to adjust the image lighting, saturation, and sharpness as well. They first have some preset photo effects you can choose from then you can manually adjust to fully customize. The quality of the images is more than good enough for use on web pages. You can create and save to any custom size of an image in either PNG or Jpeg. So you won’t be able to save images as you can in Photoshop that take up Gigabytes of data. It is really a tool to easily create images for online, small posters, cards, book covers etc. Anything bigger than this wouldn’t be the tool I’d recommend. If you are looking to edit high-end graphics that can be printed in posters or large banners then using something like Photoshop is the way to go.

    Cheers

    Paul

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Cory Haasnoot - January 10, 2019

Thank you for the information about creating website images. I have used those free image download sites in the past and I usually can’t find what I’m looking for. Is great to hear about a website like canva that you can make your own images on. I have been using a paid site called picmonkey but now I’m going to try canva for free and see if it is similar. I hope it is so I can switch.

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    Paul - January 10, 2019

    I used to think to get something of quality you need to pay big bucks. Now more and more companies are getting in on the image editing business who are giving away more free features that the big boys like Adobe are having to up their game to stay competitive. The Free version of Canva is exceptional. There is a reason why they recently hit the $1 Billion value mark for a company founded only 7 years ago.

    Cheers

    Paul

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Tsquare - January 10, 2019

Thanks for the training on  how important the image can be in building up our website or blog. A person like me like good quality image in my website and blog because I know it speaks volumes of things about me and my online business. Visual images help people understand what ever you are teaching or selling to them. Also getting unique images is the magic to stand different and look professional. Unlike other inexperienced bloggers who will just be using the images that have saturated online. 

Your unique images will help build your brand. Thanks for your expository article. 

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    Paul - January 10, 2019

    I appreciate your visit and acclaim. I hope you will return for more helpful information and freebies!

    Cheers

    Paul

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Kris M. - January 10, 2019

Hi Paul,

Great article!  Canva is great for creating/customizing images.  I had not heard of storyblocks, though, will definitely check it out.  I learned a few things from your article actually, and I’ve been at this awhile!  Thanks!  Off to check my image sizes in WordPress now.  Where do you learn all this?

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    Paul - January 10, 2019

    Hahaha…over time you just learn how to work smarter instead of harder. That is one of the ideas behind this website. I want to teach people how to do things smarter. There will always be other ways to make things easier but these are things I know of so far. Granted I have amazing support from all the training and like-minded members at Wealthy Affiliate.

    Cheers

    Paul

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Riaz Shah - January 10, 2019

No wonder your images are on point Paul!

I’m using Snagit currently and it’s starting to load very slowly nowadays but I have heard a lot about Canva, it’s very simple to use and I like the fact that we can save it online and continue our work anywhere as long as there is an internet. Have you heard of piktochart though? I hear it’s equivalent to Canva 

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    Paul - January 10, 2019

    I have used Piktochart and it too is an amazing tool but I find that it is mainly geared to creating Infographics. The layout and functionality of the tool are quite similar to Canva and you could possibly use it to create images as well. I still prefer Canva for my website needs. I may need to relook at Piktochart for future projects.

    Thanks for visiting and food for thought.

    Cheers

    Paul

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Jay - January 10, 2019

Hey Paul, this was really helpful and informative. Visuals on a website are very important because they sought of breathe life into a webpage. A lot of people including myself find it difficult to get the right images for a website because as newbies in the online world, my budget is not yet big enough to be able to purchase some licensed images. While some might not cost much, others can be pretty expensive.

Also because some images are free, a lot of people tend to make use of the same images because they are free. This can make it difficult at times to get that right image you need in a particular post.

I love the look of your site and this shows you practice what you teach. Your recommendations were spot on. I make use of Canva but their images can be pretty large which can result in slowing down my website. I had no idea about adjusting images sizes in wordpress dashboard, I would definitely be doing that right now. This was really helpful and I have been inspired by the look of your site. 

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    Paul - January 10, 2019

    Wonderful! Some image editors can be quite expensive so having access to a free option with similar results is worth looking into if you are not already using one.

    Cheers

    Paul

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mzakapon - January 10, 2019

Hi Paul, 

I have read the whole article about Create website images for free. I would not even know about these amazing free tools if I did not read your article. I believe your post will help many beginners like us who want to start their online business and face challenges for royalty free image. I like the Canva tools which have lots of amazing opportunity to customize image in different style. Thanks for sharing this helpful information.

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    Paul - January 10, 2019

    I really do hope that it can help someone struggling to figure out how they can create awesome images for their website. I know I am no graphic designer but I think the images created in Canva come fairly close with the assistance of their templates.

    Cheers

    Paul

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Dammy - March 6, 2019

You have really said it all but you got my attention at creating images under 1-minute. I wondered why I would even need to worry about having images on my websites. Until I started looking at example sites that had no images and the reasons to have images on a website became quite apparent. Nice post, incisive information passed across to the readers and I am sure this write up together couldn’t have been done any better.

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    Paul - March 6, 2019

    Thank you for your feedback. There isn’t any real secret sauce to how many images if any are required for a website or post. I do believe it comes down to what your audience prefers. Some sites need pages full of images to keep their audience content, whereas other sites only need a few, like Wikipedia. People go to Wikipedia because they want an answer, they want information, not an entertainment magazine.

    As always, when creating content for your affiliate marketing website think about the user’s experience.

    So that holds true for images as well seeing that images are part of your website’s content.

    Cheers

    Paul

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Louis - March 6, 2019

I think it’s important to have good images that can highlight the contents of the blog to the audience. It’s really boring to read a very long text with no images. I have made use of the Canva software to prepare images for my blog, and I must say it’s very easy to use. I even have the application on my mobile, and I do use it to create an image for my blog post even on the go.

I believe every blogger should try using the Canva 2.0 software to create personalized images on their blog. This helps sell the originality of their content to the audience.

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    Paul - March 6, 2019

    Having images that relate to your brand is very important. Having your images created with consistent colors and logos will help build your brand quickly.

    Cheers

    Paul

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Linus Udochukwu Marvellous - March 6, 2019

This is a piece of very significant information. I know images are essential on a website but knowing that I can get a good quality image at my fingertips is something I will forever cherish. You have opened my eyes to so many things. I love where you explained why images are needed on a website.

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    Paul - March 6, 2019

    Happy to have helped. I used to spend way too much time creating images for my website using Adobe Photoshop. Granted you can do quite unique stuff with Photoshop but when it comes down to it Canva 2.0 does just as good of a job in mere seconds.

    Cheers

    Paul

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Aweda Olakunle - March 6, 2019

Wow, what an interesting post to come across. Canva 2.0 sounds great as I have been trying to work on using a lot of images on my website. I just learned from your post that it helps with search engine optimization. Getting the right image can be tasking but with this Canva, editing yourself will be great. Thanks for this amazing insight

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    Paul - March 6, 2019

    You are welcome.

    Adding “alt text” to your images are quite important if you want them to rank and also helps for the visually impaired if you put a good description of what is in the image.

    Cheers

    Paul

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Wealthfather - March 6, 2019

You really have a good line of digital products. Internet marketing is changing everyday and we need coaches like you to help keep us up to date.

I have been using canva for a long time and I can authoritatively tell you its one of the best i have ever used for graphics designing. The editing power is unique and I have used it for several web designing project.

This is an eye opener and I must appreciate you for putting this together

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    Paul - March 6, 2019

    Thank you,

    Yes, Canva is fast and easy. I’m no designer but I am quite impressed with what I’m able to create with Canva 2.0

    Cheers

    Paul

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Vicki - March 6, 2019

This is such a helpful post

I use Canva but haven’t looked at many other places to get images and reading through this post has given me some really great opportunities to put more original pics on my site and also I might upgrade with Canva to make use of all there great tools

Thank you so much

Everyone who has a website should check this post out as you have really written such a helpful article so thanks heaps and all the best

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    Paul - March 6, 2019

    Thank you for your feedback and praise.

    I really hope that Canva continues with their current free version as it works quite well for my needs.

    Cheers

    Paul

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Angella - March 6, 2019

I have a blog and I agree. Majority of us bloggers and website owners use the same resources for our images.

I love that you’ve found Canva. I am sure to use it because images are very important on websites because visuals make a great impact on visitor. Canva looks like it’s about to make a huge positive change to bloggers life. It was never an issue to find pictures, but it was always questionable of uniqueness. Canva is here to save the day!

Thanks to you and this post.

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    Paul - March 6, 2019

    The free version of Canva 2.0 is quite good and they do have a decent amount of stock images but can be fairly limited in some subjects. I still use the free version as I already paid for a stock image site prior to the newly improved 2.0 version came about…maybe next year.

    Cheers

    Paul

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Michael - March 6, 2019

This is a piece of great information. And commend you for the effort you have put in reviewing how to create website images. In fact, I often find it difficult to find exactly what I want when I use free website images download sites. It is so helpful knowing I can easily make my website image on Canva 2.0 of which I am giving it a shot immediately.

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    Paul - March 6, 2019

    You won’t be disappointed. Canva 2.0 is great once you take a minute or two to figure out how it works you’ll be designing images for your website like a pro designer.

    Cheers

    Paul

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Gomer - March 6, 2019

The funny thing that happened to me with Canva is, after subscribing for a month with Canva For Work, I ended up canceling my subscription and reverting my account to the free version. It’s a lesson learned, that before hitting any subscription button, you should read the comparison and really think if you need what is being subscribed. You are right, as an individual blogger, I only need the free version.

You mentioned you needed to subscribe to a stock image provider with the Canva version 2.0… I’d like to ask why? Is it for the reason that the images being provided by Canva are not good enough for you? Even the paid ones?

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    Paul - March 6, 2019

    I subscribed to a stock image provider already a couple of years ago but I do find that the choices of images within the free version of Canva 2.0 to be limited for my niche.

    You can still get away with using the free images by mixing and matching for sure but I find much easier to use the images from my paid subscription at this time.

    Maybe on my next niche site that I’m about to create it will be easier to find stock images that will meet my needs.

    Cheers

    Paul

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Fasakin Moses - March 6, 2019

Your article explained widely the essence of images on websites which are free, and further pointed out reasons which are very necessary, visual impact, it’s a natural phenomenon where we are attracted to having images placed in the field of view, its very important, highlight content, giving a break for long content, and this can help SEO is informative and educative.

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    Paul - March 6, 2019

    Thank you for your feedback and acclaim

    Cheers

    Paul

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Michael - March 6, 2019

This is timely information

I am so lucky to have stumbled on this great post. Recently I have been visiting free online image sites and I have not been able to get what I really wanted, as most of the images I saw were not unique and are seen on many blogs and websites. Now in your article, I got to know about Canva 2.0. I am exploring it already and it so easy to use. Thanks for sharing this piece.

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    Paul - March 6, 2019

    Canva 2.0 is an awesome tool. You’ll love it.

    Cheers

    Paul

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Michael - March 7, 2019

Great information! 

I really love the way you knitted this wonderful content together. Truly, it can be annoying when you start surfing the net looking for already cooked images, and you couldn’t just lay hand on any image of your choice. Life is good with Canva, this software has made it easier to draw and customize images of your choice with some level of uniqueness. Thanks for sharing this information with us

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    Paul - March 7, 2019

    Thank you, Canva really does make it easier to create original images and I wanted to share it with other affiliate marketers.

    Cheers

    Paul

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