How To Use Canva For Curated Content Images

By Melissa Brown, MD

Jennifer E. Burke

I’ve been focusing on content curation recently to bring you great content that I’ve found around the net. You might be wondering how you can create images from others’ sites when you share curated content with your community. My pal, Jennifer Burke, from Mighty Marketing Mojo, created a tutorial about how to use Canva to create these types of images when you’re curating content.


If you’d like to learn more from Jennifer, hop on over to Mighty Marketing Mojo. Jennifer, a self-confessed tech geek, is a fabulous resource for all things techy. If you’ve got a techy challenge, chances are there’s something on Jennifer’s site to help you out get untangled from that challenge!

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About the author

Dr. Melissa Brown's career journey has always had an element of teaching. After retirement from clinical pediatric practice, Dr. Brown has taught and mentored as a healthy lifestyle coach, author, and speaker. She currently teaches solopreneurs and coaches how to stop being the world's best-kept secret. Her mission is to help you: Create great content. Impact people. Change the world.

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