Leap Day Adapalooza – Twitter Ads

ClockManZappShootEric is the person I got inspiration to return to Twitter, but this time with ideas of how to use images, which, as an artist since itty bitty, I love!

Presented are 32 examples of how to combine images and text in creative ways, in image sizes for Twitter.

Included is a short commentary about the image / text ad.

I hope you’ll pop over to his site & catch the rest 🙂

Eric Lahti

A couple months ago I put up a post on designing Twitter ads for writers. Hopefully a few people got something useful out of it, even if it was just a few ideas about things you can do. To celebrate Leap Day – which isn’t even a National Holiday, go figure – I figured I’d show off some of the ads I’ve come up with over the past couple months. If anyone’s interested in getting some ads done, please feel free to contact me.

For the most part the ads I’ve done have been created with open source software and licensed images. Always make sure to use licensed images; they’re not that expensive and, if you get good ones, can be reused in a variety of ways.

Software:

  • Inkscape (Free vector image editor. I use it for text work and layout)
  • GIMP (Free bitmap editor. I use it for…

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About Felipe Adan Lerma

A beginner's view : integrating interests in yoga, fitness, and the arts - work in fiction, poetry, and images.
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7 Responses to Leap Day Adapalooza – Twitter Ads

  1. A great article. Thank you.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Some great ideas for Twitter. It’s always a reinventing experience.

    Liked by 1 person

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