I HATE Photoshop…Too confusing for my blood. As I am trying to do more marketing for my Repairs biz, I started looking for an online solution to creating flyers, posters, biz cards and other marketing materials.
I knew about, forgot, and recently rediscovered Canva. So I decided to give it a try and came up with this little Social Media blast letting folks know that I’ve updated my iPhone screen replacement.
I’m sure I will be using Canva going forward to create more marketing imaging, as well as blog post headers, and other social media branding.
If you’re looking for a good deal on an late-model iPhone, you’re in luck. Since the arrival of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, folks (like me) are putting up their slightly-used, mint-condition iPhone 4/4S/5/5C/5S up for sale on sites like eBay and Craigslist, or flooding their social media networks. The phones are in ample supply, and you may come across a seemingly “too good to be true” deal.
Before you make, phone calls, putting in bids, or starting message threads, you might want to make sure you won’t have the cops (or some vigilante owner) hunting you down after you’ve purchased a hot iPhone. Apple has released a quick little tool to help make sure the iPhone you’re interested in buying is legit.
I’d like to think I’m pretty productive on my iPhone or iPad, especially when it comes to performing triage on my email inbox. For the longest, I’ve used the Gmail iOS app because the default Mail app was seriously lacking. Now there are some cool little Mail Multitasking tricks that I have noticed that are getting me to warm up to Apple’s mobile version of email. This one involves writing multiple emails, or referencing other emails without creating an email draft.