Lots of people don’t have a master conversly reviewstrategy and still pin unattractive dark pins – if you can be light, bright, interesting, and obvious, you’ll stand out in a good way! Finding a few font style combos you like and sticking with them will greatly reduce the amount of time you spend on images. Some of the biggest bloggers I know have the simplest font pairings and never stray from those, so don’t get too caught up on this.
I always love when I can look at a pin and instantly know whose blog conversly review came from. Those bloggers have done well with establishing their brand. Two that come to mind are Ruth Soukup from Living Well Spending Less and Sarah Titus. Damn Delicious is another one. Here is a cheatsheet of some PicMonkey font pairings I’m particularly fond of: I highly recommend everyone nail down a pin style or two that they like and do the same.
You can’t save templates on PicMonkey like you can on Canva, but you can write down the hex codes for your commonly used colors and take note of your favorite font style pairs. Every time you create a pin you can mix and match those choices to create unique pins. You may be wondering where I got my circle watermark. It’s simply a text graphic I created in conversly reviewand saved to my computer as a jpeg. Details: