Tools to speed up content creation


Lumen5 can automatically produce a video storyboard for you based on the content of your blog post. It even suggests related photos and movies that you can use by simply dragging and dropping them into the appropriate frames.

BIGVU Teleprompter

You’ll appreciate BIGVU Teleprompter if you frequently retake videos because you forget what to say. It shows you your script while you record your video, so you can refer to it simply. You may also add captions and change the background of your video using its web video editor.


Animoto makes it simple to turn your photos and video clips into video presentations. It’s also one of the few video editing programmes that allows you to quickly produce square videos. Many of our social videos have been created with Animoto (you can check out some of them here).

Animatron Wave

Animatron Wave is a new online video creation tool aimed at creating social media videos. It gives you access to a database of 2.5 million professional stock footage clips.


Rocketium allows you to quickly make films for social media or advertising. You may effortlessly choose between landscape, portrait, or square video orientations, and Rocketium will automatically adjust your media files and captions.


Animaker makes it feasible (and simple) to produce animated videos with stunning effects without any prior experience with animation. Anchor


For producing social media visuals, Canva is one of our favourite design tools. Even on the free plan, you can easily produce high-quality graphics utilizing the templates, layouts, and design elements.


Crello is a new graphic design app that looks a lot like Canva. It has the advantage of having over 10,000 free design templates, 11,000 design elements, and 65 million stock pictures to choose from.

Adobe Creative Cloud Express

We’re growing to appreciate Adobe Creative Cloud Express as a design tool, and it works well with Canva. Resizing, colour palettes, and design ideas are just a few of the distinctive features.


You can instantly grab an image or text and convert it into a gorgeous graphic to share on social media using Stencil’s browser extension.


One of the most popular design tools for making infographics is Piktochart. You can create an endless number of designs and choose from over 4,000 icons and images with the free plan.


Infogram has over 35 different types of charts, 500 different types of maps, and a million images and icons to help you visually represent your data.

Google Sheets

Use Google Sheets to quickly create simple graphs and charts. It’s best for me when I only need a simple graph or chart.

GIPHY Capture

With GIPHY Capture, you can capture anything on your screen in just a few clicks — video, demos, and more.


CloudApp is my go-to app for taking screenshots (and annotating them), recording videos of screens, and making GIFs. not only allows you to rapidly generate GIFs, but it also allows you to add a variety of effects to your GIFs, such as captions, stickers, padding, and more.


You can use Studio to tap from the community’s design skills. You can remix current designs from the community in addition to generating unique creations.


Typorama makes creating amazing-looking graphics on the fly a breeze. You may make images in a variety of sizes for Instagram stories, Facebook cover photos, Twitter posts, and other applications.


Placeit enables you to present your digital products and designs in realistic settings. You can save time and money by not having to pay for a photo shoot only to receive these photographs.



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