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My Money Making Canva Graphics 

 May 15, 2020

By  Jim Daniels

Today I want to show you some of the stuff I created with my free Canva account.

These handful of images helped me make a lot of money, and you can use Canva to make more money too.

When I released my Affiliate Marketers Master Swipe File earlier this year, I needed graphics.

Specifically I needed ebook cover graphics, ad banners and JV invitations.

Since I’m terrible at those complicated design software programs like Photoshop, I turned to Canva.

In today’s BizWeb eGazette I want to show you what I made in just a few minutes….

OK, for starters, I needed an attractive ecover for my PDF.

Your ecover shows your potential buyers what your ebook is all about. It needs to be attractive and informative.

I fired up my free Canva account and found a template that would work in about five minutes.

I then simply edited the text and saved it as a PNG file in about another five minutes. Here’s the result:

Once I had my ecover image for my sales page, I needed an ecover image for my first upsell.

Canva to the rescue again. This time I found a template that was a little different. I changed the text to make it fit my upsell product and save the image as a PNG.

Here’s what that one looks like…

Next I got to work creating my JV Page, where I could invite potential JV partners and affiliates to promote my new product.

For this page I’d need some banners that my affiliates could place on their web pages and blogs.

Again, I opened up Canva in my web browser and located some pre-designed templates in the sizes I wanted.

I changed the text and here’s what I had in about fifteen minutes or so…

Finally, I needed an image to post in the Facebook JV announcement groups that are frequented by super-affiliates.

Here’s a list of those JV Groups in case you ever want to drum up some super affiliates for a product launch:

JV Launch Calendar Group

JV Offers Group

JV Network and IM Product Launch Group

IM Product Launching Group

And here are the JV Invitation images that I created using Canva in about five minutes:

With the help of these images, my launch was a big success, generating over 500 sales in a week.

In fact, right after the launch I went right back into Canva and created an award for my top affiliate, Dennis Becker. He was thrilled to have something to display at his site!
Here’s what that image looks like…

As you can see, Canva is a very versatile tool.

It’s free to use, and you can create attractive images like these in seconds, to help grow your business.

Canva is SO easy to use, literally ANYONE (including me) can be a graphic designer.

Look, you absolutely NEED professional graphics no matter what you’re doing online.

In fact, the images I shared with you today are just the tip of the iceberg.

Canva has countless, beautiful pre-designed templates you can use for:

Ebook Covers
Etsy Shop Covers
Facebook Covers and Posts
Pinterest Pins
Instagram Posts and Stories
Banners Ads
Invitations
Logos
Flyers
Infographics
PDF’s
Brochures
Presentations
Posters
You name it!

If you are NOT using Canva yet, you need to get up to speed right away.

If you’re new to Canva, here’s a 20-video tutorial I put together so you can skip the learning curve:

https://bizweb2000.com/canva/

(No OTO’s, No Upsells, No Downsells.)

Jim Daniels
JDD Publishing

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About Jim


I gave up a life of jobs in 1996. Since then I've been earning a living online. I write books, create software, license info-products, affiliate marketing, build membership sites, design websites and more. I prefer this over my old lifestyle of getting up early, commuting to work, coming home to have a few hours for my family and living for the weekends. Now every day is a weekend. I work when I want and answer to no boss.

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