Lurk and Linger Longer with A Canva Carousel Post
One of the most common requests on my “Canva Training For Beginner’s Workshops” is how to create a carousel post to use on Linkedin or Instagram. If you have already booked into one of my 18-minute virtual, interactive, and fun sessions, you will have spotted the little video on the Eventbrite link sharing “How I” make them.
Readers generally linger and lurk longer on carousel posts and here’s a simple one I made a few months ago.
I’m just curious to know, if you made a carousel about your mission, what would you write about? Please let me know in the comments area below or else comment on this post over on👉 LinkedIn.
Below is a little video I made when my mum friend, Linda, booked in for a one-to-one session.
And some feedback —
I’ve dabbled with Canva for a little while and I’m pretty tech savvy but I had no idea about all the different elements you could use to be that much more creative with it. I have found it fiddly in the past because I didn’t really know what I was doing and therefore ended up just using the absolute basics to save time. In our one-to-one workshop Jane showed me some great new features and functions and familiarised me with the tool so I can make much better use of Canva now to liven up my images and social media posts. Great workshop for anyone just starting out on Canva or looking to upskill. Thanks Jane! Linda Hopkins
Thanks for a great Canva mini-workshop, by the way — fun and frolics, and a ton of useful content. You should be a Teacher (oh yeah, you are… shoulda lurked before I leapt!) Keith Grover
A fun teach-in on how to use Canva….learnt how to make nice quick videos for attention-getting videos for social media. Ian Moncrieff MacMillan
Look forward to seeing you soon.