One of our favourite freemium products is Adobe Spark. It’s wonderful for creating images and video quickly and effectively. Up until now although you could remove branding on images, you could not on video. Adobe Spark is now opening up the ability to remove branding and add your own. It’s free for now but eventually will be a paid service, so if you do accept their offer, be aware of that. They are rolling out the offers to active users, so if you don’t have it yet, it shouldn’t be far away.
The fantastic news however is that if you are already a subscriber to Adobe Creative then this is part of your subscription as long as your subscription is current! Yay for that.
This is great news for social media and content managers.
So if you haven’t jumped on board the Adobe Spark train, why not give it a try.
There is an app version of both Adobe Post (for images) and Spark Video too although at this stage the branding may still be on videos created via the app.
One of the best things about Spark is it’s ability to help you get inspired. With lots of shared content you can look at for ideas and a vast collection of images on hand (and of course you can upload your own images as well).
We created this little video on the topic of inspiration because like many working in the field of social media, sometimes we have to remember just to stop and breathe, and take in our day and inspiration and content ideas will come.
It also serves as a lovely example of how Spark helps you to create simple and memorable video.
We hope you enjoy. Please share your experiences with Adobe Spark with us in the comments
Inspiration is all around us
Fiona Lucas is the founder of iRespectOnline. She is passionate about helping small businesses to grow, thrive and build reputation online. Fiona is an ethical marketer providing bespoke online marketing strategies to enable businesses to leverage social media for growth. Underpinning everything she does, as Australia’s first online reputation evangelist she is passionate about driving social change towards a more respectful online environment.
She was named in Mamamia’s Top 50 women to watch online 2013, Finalist Geelong Small Business Awards 2017 – Social Media Influencer and is a virtual community manager for Social Media Marketing World. Fiona presents on digital futures, cybersafety and digital marketing.
Fiona is the author of Futureproof Your Kids – a parents guide to the social media playground.