Wouldn’t it be great if there was a tool that could help you get your social and traditional marketing done quickly, easily, and inexpensively? If you said ‘yes’ (which surely you did), then today is a happy day indeed.

Over on the Pagemodo blog this week, we announced the latest release of the Post Designer tool, which is jam-packed with new features that make creating and sharing pro-quality graphics even easier – and it’s free! In addition to great enhancements like a newly designed interface, new themes, vector shapes and text, and the capacity to save drafts, this latest version includes a feature that really speaks to small business owners and marketers. That is, the ability to download your designs for use in other media.

Since it first launched last fall, Pagemodo Post Designer has given marketers a great alternative to pricey design software and professional designers when it comes to creating graphics and images to post on social networks. The easy-to-use tools and professionally designed themes make it quick and simple to create promotions for sales, events, or just for fun, and seamlessly post them to Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Now in the second phase of its beta release, Post Designer keeps all of that functionality and adds a whole new dimension. Being able to download the designs that you create for your social promotions is a big benefit for your marketing efforts. It means you can create one design and use it to promote your business on social media, email marketing, your website, and even printed materials. That’s a big time and money saver, and it is also great for showing a consistent branded message that will make your business look professional and polished.

For the most tech-savvy users out there, it’s worth noting that since these graphics are intended for digital use, printed versions will not be 100% high-resolution quality when printed at larger sizes. However, on small postcards or flyers, the designs look great and will be a great fit for small businesses in need of inexpensive graphics.

Take Pagemodo Post Designer for a spin and let us know what you think!

About the Author: Sarah Matista is the resident blogger at Webs, where she also manages marketing for Pagemodo – a suite of social marketing tools. Loves marketing, small businesses, and whales. Get more from Sarah on the Webs Blog and Google+.

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