Everybody likes to quote: there are phrases that are too good to be shared with anyone. Sometimes you need to refer to the source to confirm what you are saying. Anyway, if you work in the field of content creation, then you probably have to quote a lot and often.
This approach has a number of obvious advantages:
And not only are you laughing, but sharing links.
Here are some good software for this purpose:
One of the best options if you want to make beautiful quotes without spending much time on it . It works through the browser bookmarklet: you need to select the text and click on the bookmarklet. After that, the system will provide you with a large selection of themes (backgrounds and fonts).
Both the process and the result are very interesting.
(Here you can get a similar program, but it is paid. I did not use it myself, but it looks great).
Another interesting software: Quotescover. com
An interesting application, I really like it. You can take a picture, add text to it and post the result within one minute. For text you can:
Tags Maker is a free alternative, but I never managed to achieve a quality comparable to Over HD;
It is only necessary to think that lolkots went out of fashion, as another selection appears, and again everyone is delighted with them.
So yes, lolkots, most likely, do not become outdated and are not going to become obsolete. And Roflbot can help interestingly use a quote (especially when a particularly ridiculous cat is combined with a deliberately serious quote):
Another good design option for short quotes is demotivators (there is a good generator here) .
I don’t remember that I ever kept a blog WITHOUT screenshots. A screenshot can replace a thousand words, and since I have never been able to boast with a particularly literary style, I often use them a lot and