17 Ways Fotojet Will Quickly Help You Blog Better

By: | December 31, 2016 | Tags: , , , ,

#Bloggers can quickly turn #photos into graphics

Eye candy.

That’s really what you’re striving for when you make your blog graphic– a feast for the eyes.

A worthy goal it is.

FotoJet is a free graphic design tool that helps you design graphics so engaging, readers will click and bring traffic to your blog.

The news gets even better. FotoJet is not only free, it is fast, fun, and easy to use.

Consider these comments which show the importance of your content being accompanied by graphics:

Tyler, from VizualIntelligenceConsulting.comobserved,

Visualizing raw data is a very important part of a business because it presents business-related information in an appealing, graceful and descriptive way. It not only assists in the hike of business but is associated with each and every form of human exercises. 

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 to https://www.fotojet.com/.

There is no need to log in. You have the option of signing in with your Facebook or your email information. Premium accounts are also available.

FotoJet is a free photo editor that helps #bloggers

You will have three choices: Edit, Design, or Collage. This tutorial will cover editing a photo and designing a graphic.

How to Edit a Photo:

#Bloggers can use FotoJet, a free #graphicdesign tool

As you can see, you have a great many choices when you edit a photo.

Click “Edit” and “open” a photo you want to edit.

#Bloggers can use FotoJet for free #GraphicDesign

As you see from the screenshot, you have many choices available to you.

Instructions for making the featured image:

#Bloggers can quickly turn #photos into graphics

(Note: I am not an affiliate of FotoJet, and I am not profiting in any way from this review. However, in order to provide a more comprehensive review, FotoJet has provided me with a paid account. This image was made with many of FotoJet’s premium features. However, some of them do come with a free account.)

  • There was a garbage can behind the camera, so I cropped it out.
  • I resized the photo to ensure it would fit on both Twitter and Pinterest. I am confident it will if the length is 900 pixels.
  • I sharpened the camera. When I changed the size, it got blurry.
  • When I increased the highlights and shadows, the camera got brighter.
  • Notice the shadows around the camera. I used the vignette effect. I wanted the red to stand out, so I made the vignette around red camera black. You can change the color.
  • I used focus, radial, and blur, so only the camera is in focus.
  • I intensified the exposure.
  • When I used contrast, I saw a glow around the camera. This was perfect since I wanted the emphasis to be on the camera.
  • I increased saturation and temperature. When I increased the temperature, the glow around the camera turned red.
  • I added a frame with shadows and changed the color of the shadow to red.

Instructions for editing this photo:

#Bloggers can use FotoJet for free #GraphicDesign

  • I uploaded my photo. I have a post coming up on how to increase blog traffic, so I thought the buses would make a relevant image.
  • I chose to resize my image. I wanted to ensure my graphic would fit on Twitter. I know 900 x 600 pixels will work on both Twitter and Pinterest, so I resized the photo to close to those dimensions.
  • The color red does well on Pinterest since it’s eye-catching, but I had an opportunity to make the red really stand out.
  • I chose “Lomo 5” which made the red even more obvious.
  • I clicked “Text”, but the font didn’t show up on the dark bus, so I clicked “Glow.” “Outline” will be a choice for you too. Those choices will come up under “Effects” when you click “Font”. You have many choices for colors of the font and the effects.
  • I moved the text to fit in the windshield of the bus and resized the text. I changed the font of the number so it would stand out.
  • I added a border and resized the width of the inner and outer frames.
  • I clicked “Save” to save the graphic to my computer.

#Bloggers can use Foto Jet, a free photo design tool

This is another example of a graphic I made with FotoJet’s Editor.

This time, I applied the “Vintage 1” effect and a Polaroid-style frame.

I made “looking” the enlarged word since it matched the subject of the photo– the glasses.

FotoJet is a free #graphicdesign tool for #bloggers

I call this graphic my “Money Tree”. I used it for a post about making money on the Internet.

(Note: My money tree graphic was made with FotoJet’s premium features.)

Here is the original photo:

FotoJet helps #bloggers with #graphicdesign

  1. I Auto Enhanced the photo.
  2. I used the “Color Splash” feature so only the dollar bill would have color. Since the post is about making money, I only wanted the money to have color to draw attention to it.
  3. I really wanted the money to glow, so I increased both the saturation and the temperature.
  4. I had fun using features like Sharpen, Vignette, and Noise.
  5. I used different fonts. Did you notice my blog’s name is outlined in white?
  6. I used a frame that emphasized the stark nature of the photo. Again, I wanted the money alone to stand out.

#Bloggers and #Marketers can make money online

How to Use FotoJet’s Design Tab

For my blog graphics, I scrolled down to Social Media Post and chose the Pinterest graphic.

The large amount of templates FotoJet has to choose from is amazing.

I chose a free template. Premium templates have a crown on them.

I clicked Add Photo, computer.

I dragged and dropped my photo into the template.

Click on the font to modify the size, format, and style.

If you make a mistake, there is a back arrow at the bottom of the screen.

These are some of the blog graphics I’ve made using FotoJet’s free templates:

#Bloggers and #writers can engage readers with stories

#Bloggers can improve graphic design with FotoJet #blogging

Scoop.It gets #bloggers traffic

I made this graphic with FotoJet’s premium template:

I included a glow on the letters at the top and an outline on the letters underneath.

Adzbuzz pays #website publishers #MakeMoneyOnline

Advantages to Using FotoJet

  • The photo-editing and graphic design tool is free.
  • You can choose to pay for a premium account.
  • Free trials are offered so you can try the paid version for free.
  • You won’t waste your time trying to apply premium features since there is a crown icon above the premium feature options.
  • The tool saves you time since many of the effects are already on the fonts.
  • Stock photos are available if you would prefer not to use your own photo.
  • FotoJet helps you. When my graphic was too big, the tool resized it for me!
  • You can see your original photo at the bottom of the screen while you work which I found helpful.
  • The vast array of font choices seems greater than any other photo editing tool I’ve seen.
  • FotoJet is user-friendly.
  • YouTube videos exist you can watch if you need help.
  • The back arrow enables you to fix any mistakes as soon as you make them.
  • The extensive amount of template choices, over 90, is amazing.
  • FotoJet has graphic templates for almost every social media site.
  • FotoJet is available in six languages.
  • The staff over at FotoJet is friendly, supportive, and reply immediately to questions.
  • If you need further help, an online tutorial exists.

Testimonials

  • Brooke, a blogger and YouTube creator, feels, “FotoJet is different from any other graphic design tool out there.” She also recommends FotoJet since it’s quicker than PhotoShop.
  • According to Barbara, “If you are a blogger, this photo editing program will probably be all you need.” She also emphasizes how easy using FotoJet is.
  • Blogger CarolAnn also recommends FotoJet. According to CarolAnn, “You will love it.”

Conclusion

Have you ever heard of FotoJet? If not, that won’t last long. This relatively new tool is already the buzz all over the Internet.

Bloggers are busy; we all know that. Any tool that saves you time is valuable to you. FotoJet will save you time transforming photos into graphics since it’s so easy to use.

In closing, your creativity will know no limits with FotoJet’s selections. Have fun, and help your readers understand your content better. Add blog traffic to the mix, and you have a winning situation.

Go explore FotoJet. Before you go, please share this post, so other bloggers know about this photo editing tool.

Which photo editing tool do you use? How does it compare to FotoJet? I look forward to your answer in the comments section.

Readers, FotoJet is a free tool. Would you like more free tools?

Click here to get your own downloadable PDF of my free blogging tools list.

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How to Easily Use a Free, Popular Photo Editing Site: PicMonkey

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  1. Donna DeGuglielmo

    you are so good Janice and colleagues here at mostly blogging. I think you read my mind (just kidding) but you find all these wonderful things and share so good to do. #Sharingiscaring. as they say on #twitter. Yeap going to tweet this out. Lovig in need to study more of it. To get my brain around it. You know what I mean Janice right sistah 🙂 blessings Happy New Year and Hopes your Christmas Season is going well. Donna maria

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Donna,
      I so enjoy the memes I see you posting on Twitter each day. They bring a smile to my face.
      Thanks for the kind words about my FotoJet post. Thanks for sharing it out for me.
      Janice

  2. John Doe

    I would like to take one more opportunity in 2016 to thank you for the blogging community. No matter how big and influential you have become over this past year you never forgot or ignored the people in YOUR blogging community. We all appreciate what you have done and the sacrifices you have made. Being a full time English and History teacher I do not know where you found the time to always be there for YOUR blogging community. I know there must be thousands more that feel the same way be just don’t express it. I hope you exceed your own personal goals that you set for 2017.

    • Janice Wald

      You are sweet. I don’t know how I found the time either, LOL. I have a supportive husband.
      Janice

  3. Natalija Cameron

    I’ve never used this before (using another online photo editor at the moment) but the features here even the free ones look much better. I’ll definitely give this a try. ?

    • Janice Wald

      Thanks for writing to let me know, Natalie. Once you’ve tried FotoJet, let me know what you think.
      Janice

  4. Marcy

    I’ve been looking for a new tool to use. I used Photoshop for many years, but the computer I used it on is old and no longer working properly, and my new computer doesn’t have a disc drive. This looks like it might be perfect for me.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Marcy,
      I highly recommend FotoJet. It’s easy, fast, and free. I also had fun trying to make creative graphics knowing this post was coming up.
      I can see your headline due to having CommentLuv on my site. My Year in Review post is this Sunday.
      Janice

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Renee,
      Thaks for writing me. I’m glad I could introduce you to a new resource. Let me know what you think of FotoJet once you try it.
      Janice

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Debby,
      I’m sorry I got busy while my daughters were in town from college.
      Did you get my message that I prefer the free version of Canva to the free version of FotoJet but prefer the premium version of FotoJet to Canva.
      Janice

      • dgkaye

        Thanks a bunch Janice. I thought perhaps you missed seeing my question. I haven’t joined the premium of either, but I like the ease of Fotojet, but their are more options on Canva. 🙂

        • Janice Wald

          Possibly. I lost my free account after the review, but still made what I consider to be a decent graphic for this Sunday’s post, so we’ll see.
          Janice

        • Janice Wald

          Hey Debby,
          Can you tell me if you get an email notifying you of this reply? I want to see if my new comment plug in works. Thanks!
          Janice

          • dgkaye

            Yupper, I just got it. But what a drag having to keep filling in my name, email and website with every consequent comment.

  5. Sheila Jo

    I haven’t heard of this particular service for creating graphics. This is certainly one area I would like to improve on my blog for 2017!

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Sheila Jo,
      It is certainly a goal I share with you. I would also like to improve my blog graphics in 2017. Thanks for writing me about my FotoJet article. Happy New Year to you.
      Janice

  6. Kim Smith

    This is a great option to use. I will look into it. You have great instructions there for getting a “look.” I can certainly use that!

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Kim,
      I am glad you enjoyed my FotoJet article. Thank you for writing to tell me. Happy new year.
      Janice

  7. Bill Kasman

    I don’t have a lot of need for image editing but I used Picasa until Google discontinued it and I then began using PicMonkey. FotoJet gives me another way to edit my images. Very useful information. Thanks!

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Bill,
      I just learned something from your comments. I did not know that Picasa was discontinued. Disappointing news. Thanks for letting me know. I’m glad you enjoyed my FotoJet article. Happy new year!

  8. Melinda Mitchell

    Dear BBFFJ, faster and easy are my 2 middle names! Well, ok, not really..
    Thanks for this new program! I’m excited to try it! I especially appreciate the insturctions on how you changed your shots!!
    Happy New Year!
    BBFFM

    • Janice Wald

      Hi BBFFM,
      Thanks for writing me. You know I also love to hear from you, and all the way from Florida no less. However, I don’t understand your comment. What are your two middle names?
      BBFFJ

      • Janice Wald

        I forgot to add that you should check out FotoJet. You can make a lot of purple graphics to go with your articles!
        BBFFJ

  9. Barbara Radisavljevic

    I had been using a paid PicMonkey plan when I started playing with FotoJet to do my review. Both programs are easy and have free plans that work for most people. I’m still not sure which I will renew as a paid plan. I’m getting quite used to FotoJet now, but some things are easier in PicMonkey’s text editor. Other things, though, are easier in FotoJet’s text editor. thanks for linking to my review.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Barbara,
      It was my pleasure to link to you. Do you mind sending me a link to an article in which you placed a graphic you made with PicMonkey?
      I just use it with quotes, and I don’t have too many quotes in my articles. I appreciate the help. Thanks for writing.
      Janice

  10. dgkaye

    Hi Janice. I left you a question here a few days ago. Perhaps you didn’t see it, but I wanted to know your opinion on Fotojet versus Canva. Thanks.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Debby,
      So sorry. I prefer Fotojet’s premium features to Canva. However the free version of Canva is better than the free version of FotoJet.
      Janice

  11. Julie Sylvia K

    I am slowly getting back into the mix of Blog hopping and Your Blogs always feature n my hop list. FotoJet sounds like a great resource. How is it different from PicMonkey, Canva or Relay?

    I would love to learn these differences. As a new resource in my arsenal, I would love to know if its worth adding to my list and then go right ahead and utilize it 🙂 #Thanks for sharing at the Pit stop!

  12. Janice Wald

    Hi Julie,
    I feel Canva and FotoJet are comparable. With FotoJet, the lettering is easier. You can add glow or outlines. Some fonts already come with outlines on them.
    As far as everything else, dropping and dragging into a template and changing the lettering already there is the same for both.
    I am not familiar with Relay.
    By the way, I finished your ebook. Impressive! Can you please provide the link, so I can upload my review to Amazon? Thanks.
    Janice

  13. Marsha Ingrao

    I love Canva, but I also think your graphics are so much more vibrant. I will definitely try this. Thanks for writing about this topic. Thanks to Debby for sharing. 🙂

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