Canva is known as one of the most popular graphics design platforms for creating visual content including pictures, presentations, posters, and much more. It is basically a tool that people use to create content using various templates.
Almost everyone is familiar with Canva and has used it at some point. Social media posts, banners, and presentations are just some of the ways that people utilize this. It’s natural that Canva takes their business to the next step. With that in mind, they’ve announced their partnership with Pinterest.
Creating impressive content
Canva’s Product Partnerships Lead Mike Williams shared that becoming a Pinterest Partner is a great milestone for Canva as an organization. Apparently, many Pinterest users use their platform to create their designs. Of course, this partnership comes as no surprise as this will allow users to have more access to their tools.
The partnership also proves that Canva is one of the best and most used tools for creating Pinterest content. With all the tools in Canva features available to Pinterest users, they will be able to create even more impressive content for their audiences.
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Williams also mentioned that the creative partnership will encourage more people to easily design content. Ultimately, this will bring in more users to both Pinterest and Canva.
As you’ve probably garnered, Pinterest is a visual discovery platform where people can post photos and share them with their friends. Many businesses also often use it as a great marketing tool. For that reason, it constantly works on improving the platform and providing new features to the users.
The team at Pinterest announced that to make it easier for users to create better content, they’ve added Canva to the Pinterest Partners program. Canva as a partner has been carefully chosen and is a trusted service for tools such as creating, designing, editing, and publishing Pins.
Working with Canva will give Pinterest businesses access to in-depth platform expertise, as well as to tools that are specifically designed to comply with key Pin formats. With this new partnership, we can anticipate how these platforms work together to improve the whole user experience.
Photo credit: The featured image is owned by Pinterest and has been provided for press usage.
Source: Canva Newsroom