The Weekly Social Media Share!

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Happy Tuesday!

I hope you’re having a great week so far. It’s been fun choosing which things to share with you this week. I hope they are super helpful for you.

Okay, let’s cut right to the chase!

Do you spend a lot of time looking for photos that you can use on your website, blog and social media?

Stock photos are SO boring and generic. That’s why I use:

#1: Death to the Stock Photo

I love them. Every single photo on Social Bloom came from this site. I love their modern, clean photos and the quality is top notch.

They are a little different than most places. When you sign up (for free) with your email, you get a new photo pack each month. So the amount of photography is limited. However, you can pay the very minimal $15 a month to receive two new photo packs each month and unlimited access to the entire site library. Totally worth it. Just download with a click and use however you want.

→ This isn’t the only place to get beautiful, free photos. I also came across this article written in 2015 that has quite a few sources for gorgeous, free photos!

 
 

Do you ever listen to podcasts? Are you interested in learning some incredible Facebook ad tips?

It’s long (but it’s fantastic) and to help you out, I’ve cut out the first 10 minutes of advertising. The podcast starts 10 minutes in, when Amy shows up:

#2 Social Media Examiner Podcast: Facebook Advertising 101 with Amy Porterfield

Social Media Examiner’s Podcast with Amy Porterfield about Facebook Advertising is AMAZING and will help you SO much with your Facebook Ads. Amy is an incredible Facebook Ad Expert and her tips will take you to a whole new level.

And lastly, do you love Instagram but really wish you could schedule posts on your desktop and not have to do everything on your phone?

You’re in luck! This is the best Instagram scheduler I’ve ever tried — and I’ve tried a few!

#3 Onlypult

The plans start at only $12/mo. for the management of 1–3 accounts. It is invaluable — you can sit at your desk and upload photos and videos, use photo filters, write longer posts, find the best hashtags, re-gram others posts, create a content calendar and even get analytics to see which posts are performing best.

And there ya go! This week’s ‘Social Media Share’! What did you think? Learn anything new?

What are your favorite social media finds? I’d love to know! Share them in the comments below!

Originally published at www.socialbloom.com.