Time to tell you about BannerSnack. With this app, you can easily construct banners and ads for your author site. You’re going to love it.
This is a free tech tool I picked up at the Chrome Store. I just started playing with it, but I’m already very impressed. Not being comfortable with HTML often holds us back from doing more with our websites. There are several ways to work around that problem without learning programming language. BannerSnack makes it easy (even if you just go for the free options with watermarks). If you’re going to use it a lot, premium options aren’t unreasonably priced.
Here’s an ad I created for a book promotion on my author site, AllThatChazz.com:
You can start from scratch or choose to start from a wide variety of templates and sizes to get your unique message out.
If you want to make your website more spiffy, I suggest you play with BannerSnack. The interface is intuitive so you’ll have a banner, ad or button up and running quickly.
In Part II, I’ll show you an even cooler and easier tool to make presentation of your books,
and your author site, beautiful and inviting.
- Why your interviews don’t work and how to fix the problem (chazzwrites.com)
- How to Increase your site’s Adsense Income (itmashable.com)