How to use PicMonkey, Powerpoint, and SlideShare to Make a Crochet Portfolio

Today, as I sit in an antibiotic-steroid-codeine fog, I am so so grateful to Sara Duggan, blogger at Crochet Business and author of several ebooks, for putting together this fabulous guest post for Moogly! Great stuff here, I always learn something from Sara’s posts!

Do you use PicMonkey? Do you have access to Office Powerpoint or OpenOffice? If so, you can use SlideShare.   What is Slideshare? It is the world’s largest community for sharing presentations, infographics and documents. It’s not just for Wall Street you as a Crochet Business or Blogger can use it too.

Step 1: Visit PicMonkey and Design Your Slide Background

How to Create a #Crochet Portfolio!

Step 2: Open Powerpoint or OpenOffice and select Presentation

How to Create a #Crochet Portfolio!

Step 3: Visit Slideshare.net and Upload your Presentation

How to Create a #Crochet Portfolio!

Step 4: Grab your Embed Code & Share the Love

How to Create a #Crochet Portfolio!

Sample Crochet Portfolio: MooglyBlog

This presentation can also be shared via Youtube as another way to reach your customers or readers. Some ideas might be:

  • Tutorial
  • Gift Guide
  • Catalog
  • Year in Review
  • Top 10 Designs

How will you use Picmonkey, Powerpoint, and Slideshare to Showcase Your Crochet?

About Sara

Sara DugganSara Duggan loves crochet and writing. She joined the crochet blogging community in 2007 as Momwithahook. In 2008 she toyed with designing patterns and shares her creations on Squidoo – Momwithahook Patterns. Want to challenge yourself? Register for Hooking for Cash 101, an eCourse that will transform your blog in 31 days.

Thank you so much Sara! Be sure to check out Sara’s special BOGO holiday sale! Create Crochet Patterns + Hooking for Cash together for $7.99 until December 31, 2013!

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    says

    This is a great idea for sharing your crochet masterpieces. I’m going to have to bookmark this article for future reference. Thanks for sharing, Sara!

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