Social Studio FX Review – How to Make Images for Social Media
Welcome to my Social Studio FX Review. This product's release date is February 9th 2017. I decided to check it out on your behalf to find out if it's worth the money before you part with your hard earned cash. We're going to cover what it is, what it does, who created it, the cost and whether or not it's worth it.
Social Studio FX Review: What is Social Studio FX?
Social Studio FX is a social media marketing graphics tool to create images for many social media platforms. Social media platforms all use different sized images. And some social media sites use multiple sizes for different things. For example, Facebook has different sizes depending on where you're posting an image to within that social media network.
Twitter has a certain size of 1024 pixels wide by 512 pixels high. Each social media network has its own preset sizes and this can become a complicated affair if you're into social media marketing.My Top Recommended Training Course To Make Money Revealed
Social Studio FX Demo Video
Who Created Social Studio FX?
Internet marketer Jimmy Kim, behind a lot of other successful products, created Social Studio FX. It was born by taking the best bits (the user interface and the engine) of a software called Pixel Studio FX. If you've heard of that one you'll know it's a good one.
Who is this Software for?
Anyone needing a way to create images quickly and easily with no fuss who is in the realm of social media marketing, make money online, affiliate marketing, blogging, or anyone else with “other” descriptions who want to generate more traffic to a website from social media. Social Studio FX is also targeted at those who aren't good at creating their own graphics for social media such as Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, and others.
If you're not feeling competent enough to design and upload your own images to social media then this would be ideal for you. Outsourcing the creation of images can cost heaps of money, so why not get a one-time priced piece of software that helps you to save in the long run? Social Studio FX will make the job easier, faster and a lot cheaper.
There are 3 pricing points of Social Studio FX and the cheapest will set you back a one-time $49 fee. This price could change at any time, however, as the product at the time of writing hasn't been released. See the image to the right for a description of the different price points gets you. The price points are…
Regular Package: $49 (at time of writing)
Pro Package: $99 (at time of writing)
Enterprise Package: $98 (at time of writing)
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What are the Pros and Cons of Social Studio FX?
It has a nice interface that's user-friendly and simple to operate. The user interface is designed off the similar interface of Pixel Studio FX. All image sizes are there in the plain to see numbers. It takes seconds to make an image and there are 200+ templates to choose from.
You could do all of this stuff for free if you took the time to learn it.
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Is Social Studio FX a Scam or Legit?
Jimmy Kim is a well-known creator of internet marketing products and that's legitimate enough to me. Although that doesn't mean I'd buy the software myself because I do all of my own graphics with free tools online.
My Final Opinion of this Software – Should You Buy it?
If you're not competent with graphics for social media, then absolutely, you should go for it, because it'll make life simpler for you. If, however, you're a graphics wizard, I wouldn't bother. I like to make my own images and it only takes me a minute or two and is mostly free of charge. I use things like Canva, Fotojet, and Snappa. If you'd like to see how I do that, I made a video which you can see here.
If you'd like to know about a tool I use for management of my social media marketing efforts read my Mass Planner 2 review.
Thanks for reading my Social Studio FX review today. What tools do you use for creating graphics for your website? I'd love to hear about them. What do you think of the software we've talked about today? If you have any questions, let me know below. I'll give you some brownie points if you share this with your friends on social media. Thanks!