Use consistent fonts and colors and your existing branding to extend your recognition beyond the usual places. No matter where you post, make sure your audience can recognize you immediately.
The point of creating highly shareable social media graphics is to drive people back to your site. Unfortunately, I come across untraceable graphics all the time. There’s nothing worse than finding an informative graphic, and wanting to get more information from the publisher, but not knowing where it came from.
Don’t let this happen to you.
Whether you’re making a visual post for Twitter, Facebook, or Pinterest, don’t allow the words to crowd out the image.
For graphics that support your blogpost, I’m a big fan of using the text to reiterate title of your blogpost. Then, pin that graphic to the top of your blogpost. This will give your readers a hint that they can share your visuals on their social media platforms. Plus, since you have the title on the graphic, it’s even more enticing.