There are certainly enough memes there already, but I have to admit I usually read them. Apparently, they must be popular.
The ones with long messages I usually skip over. After all, they're not a book. They're just supposed to be a saying, not an elaboration.
You can use your own pictures, quotes from your books, or tried and true sayings. It's up to you. However, if you use a picture not yours, make sure it's legal to share it, or you could run into all sorts of trouble.
Picmonkey.com is a free program, which can start you off with some basic tools to put a meme together. Lots of different fonts, backgrounds, and colors to choose from.
There's also a $33 charge for one year of more elaborate stuff. I found their site handy to put together my recent Facebook cover.
Memes are kind of fun, so you might like to try one sometime. Here are a few of mine:
|This picture was from vacation in Wisconsin|
|Another one from vacation|
Memes are a great way to get noticed,and in our business every little bit helps.
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