17 Ways Fotojet Will Quickly Help You Blog Better

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Many of you may know Janice Wald, the blogging guru. Her blog is aptly named, Mostlyblogging.com, and she recently put out a book on all things blogging.

Today I’m reblogging one of Janice’s posts on creating great photo images for our blogs and social media. The site is named Fotojet and it’s FREE and quite similar to Canva, only I find Fotojet is much more user friendly. Have a look at what Janice has to tell us about using Fotojet, and continue reading over at her wonderful blog.

What is FotoJet?

FotoJet is a web-based graphic design tool which can transform your photos into engaging graphics. FotoJet is a photo editor, designer, and collage maker.

This is Why You Need FotoJet

People can digest information faster by looking at a graphic than by reading your headline. In today’s hectic society that should be reason alone to use graphics, photos combined with text, to accompany your blog posts.

There’s more. According to research, 65% of people are visual learners who learn by looking at pictures.

You need pictures in your blog posts because images are key to engaging people. FotoJet will help you engage your readers so they click your links and bring you blog traffic.

How to Use FotoJet

Go toΒ https://www.fotojet.com/. Continue reading . . .

Source: 17 Ways Fotojet Will Quickly Help You Blog Better

30 thoughts on “17 Ways Fotojet Will Quickly Help You Blog Better

    1. Hi Adele,
      I’m Janice from Mostly Blogging. I am glad you found my tutorial interesting. I’d love to hear what you think of it. I have fun being creative which FotoJet allows me to do.


  1. Hi Debby,
    Thank you so much for the reblog and the exposure. My FotoJet article is actually several weeks old, so I was surprised to see it getting so much traffic today. Then, I read Tina’s share on Facebook and I knew you were the reason. Thank you! Extremely thoughtful.


    1. I love everything you post Janice. Your blog is a wealth of information for bloggers, but if I reblogged every article, it wouldn’t be my blog anymore, lol. I usually pick off posts that really resonate with me, and reblog at a later date for fresh eyes. πŸ™‚


  2. Wow thank you for this dear Debby. and to get someone who can recommend a good tool and site that helps with this sort of creativity is a great tip.. So Often I dare not download things for fear of them not being what they say they are.. And I will definitely be saving this link to give it a try later.. So many thanks Debby for passing along .. And also Big Thanks to Janice.. πŸ™‚


    1. My pleasure Sue. The beauty is, you don’t have to download it. You go there and create a free account and use their tools, although you can download your own pictures to use to make new images by adding text or other elements. πŸ™‚


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