Small business advice personalized for those who are new to business
You’ve probably heard about Canva, the Australian graphic design platform launched in 2013 that helps you create social media graphics, marketing materials, and other visuals. You probably have even played around with their free plan and created social media posts and other visuals for your small business. But you might be wondering if the Canva Pro subscription is worth the annual fee of $119.99. Here’s 5 pros and cons to weigh when considering Canva Pro as a tool for your business.
For this blog post, I’m focusing on the premium features of Canva Pro. I’m assuming you’re already familiar with Canva’s free plan. You already know it’s an easy to use website that helps you create social media graphics and other visuals in mere minutes without Photoshop or a graphic design background.
Now that that’s out of the way, let’s get into the premium features with Canva Pro.
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