How to Easily Create Images For Your Facebook Ads

The image is what makes or breaks an ad. It’s what draws the eye to the ad, and without a great attention grabber, you will have a hard time attracting clicks.

When you create and design ads for Facebook, it’s important to ensure that you get the best of images designed as this will have a huge impact on the end result. In many cases it decides whether or not the ad become successful at all.

But not everyone is able to design stunning images – after all, you aren’t a designer & designing software like Photoshop is still a puzzle for you.

Luckily, you don’t have to go the hard way. Today we are going to show you how you can easily create some stunning images for Facebook Ads images using a simple tool – Canva.

Why Choose Canva?

Canva is a wonderful tool that makes it easier to create blog post images, infographics, ad graphics and visuals for the web.

It’s the simplest graphic design tool that a non-designer can use with utmost ease.

It allows you to pick elements from an inspiring library of shapes, colors, images, graphics and many more. You just have to select your visual type & choose the graphics as needed and… you’re done!

Want to know how it goes about?

Take a look at this tutorial that guides you through the process step by step.

To begin with, you need to create a Canva account for which you will have to register herehttp://www.canva.com

Once you login, you see the below screen where you’ll have different options for design.

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Click the “plus” icon & scroll down until you see the ads

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Click Facebook Ad

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Click Uploads on the left side

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Now choose your desired image & then select the text

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Click Add text

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You can edit your text to make it more visible

When you’re finished, click Download on the upper right corner

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Choose the desired image format

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Now you will see the following message

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And also this one

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That’s it; you now have your Facebook ad image ready for use.

Get started with Canva & create some really stunning images for your Facebook ads.

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