I’m so thrilled, nervous, excited, and relieved to get to share this e-book with you! If you’ve been following my blog, you’ll know how crazy in love I am of Canva. If you’re new to this blog (Welcome!), check out my most popular post here.
It’s been an interesting journey creating my first e-book, which I do plan to elaborate on a different post. Today is a time of celebration! The e-book contains what I have blogged about before, using Canva for business solutions such as: presentations, social media posts, and blog posts. It also has some great troubleshooting tips that I learned of along the way to creating awesome images. I’m just so happy to share this with you because it’s a start of something official for Tigerlily Virtual Assistance.
Some of you may know, I’m not one to be on camera much but I’m getting out of my shell to start a new phase of my business.
Canva presentation training and more! Woohoo! I’ll be offering FREE video training. Check back soon and you’ll find a whole page dedicated to it.
I’ve had a number of people come to me for one-on-one sessions and training on Canva. I love to train and help people as much as possible. This is an absolute dream come true for me to offer this to you. This is a great opportunity for Social Media Managers, Bloggers, Entrepreneurs, and Small Non-Profit Organizations.
Without further ado, the e-book is published on Amazon Kindle and if you do get a chance to read it, it would be wonderful to get a review listed there. Click on the book cover below!
If you’re not into Kindle, subscribe to my newsletter HERE and you’ll get the PDF version for FREE (which is the prettier version, I think).
Melanie Perkins, Co-Founder and CEO of Canva thought is was excellent and Hazel Gascon, Canva Customer Happiness!
“A very helpful, straight to the point e-book which helps Canva users understand all basic functions and features!” – Hazel Gascon, Canva Customer Happiness – TWEET THIS!
I hope you enjoy the book! When you do read it let me know what you think of it. I would love to hear from you.
Lillian De Jesus