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December 03, 2013

At Agency Metrics, we want to make your job as a badass marketer as easy as possible. That’s why we’ve built a Visual Content Creator that allows you to customize your visual messaging to your needs, without toiling away in Photoshop or HTML.

Select the template you’d like to use and plug in your images and text. That’s it. No design or development degree required. For those of you who do have design and/or development experience, this is simply much faster and easier than creating your own visual content each time. Use the Visual Content Creator for announcements, blog posts, social media updates; anywhere you want to enhance your content marketing. We all know visual content trumps textual content in terms of audience engagement. Now you have no excuse not to create those alluring visuals.

Visual Content Creator

Customize fonts, colors, backgrounds and images to convey the message that will resonate with your audience, then download (for free!) and promote. Use high quality photographs and images that your audience will actually care about for maximum effect.

Example of what you can create

Visual Content Example

I’d love to hear any feedback you have and we’ll be adding new templates soon so let us know what you’re looking for in your visual content. Leave a comment below and we’ll get back to you.

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  • Oh_Mad_Hatter

    Very cool tool, thanks for making this as it will be useful for some of my clients. I’m wondering if it would be possible to make this tool output in responsive HTML at some point down the road, so I can upload it directly as an email newsletter. Even if that’s never implemented though, this is very useful.

    • http://www.fallingupmedia.com/ Casey Kluver

      Thanks for the comment, I’m glad you’re finding the tool useful as-is! We’re planning on adding different exporting features to the tool in the future, specifically HTML and PDF’s. We’re also thinking about adding in a WYSIWYG editor to further customize the content formatting, embedding videos, etc.

  • ChrisLDyson

    Great stuff Casey, I can certainly think of plenty of use cases for this