Are You An Agency Or A Social Media Manager
Who Wants To Use This Service For Your OWN Clients?

Here are special licensing packages, just for YOU!

Brand images with
your own logo
Brand & use images
for Up to 5 clients
Brand & use images for
Unlimited Clients
Go Social!
Share social media images to all your social media accounts, pages, blog or even in your email marketing.


Most frequent questions and answers

Absolutely! We only use commercial free photos, images, elements and fonts so that you can use these images without worrying about copyright issues.
Nope! The content is created with creative commons licensing. You do not own the copyright to the content. You are not allowed to copyright, trademark or sell the images as your own work or use the images for any physical products for sale. You may add your own URL and/or branding to the images.
The basic purchase fee is for personal use for one brand only. If you want to use these images for your clients, you will need to purchase the business pro or agency plus special licensing package based on your needs.
Absolutely – YAASSS! I encourage you to do so and for the same reason that I included a built-in image editor so you can brand the images on the spot with your own logo. Here is a video tutorial on how to use our image editor:

Each collection consists of 20 designs with 4 formats for a total of 200 images per collection.

Each design comes in….

  • For Facebook & Instagram Square -1200x1200px
  • For Facebook Long Form – 705x960px
  • For Pinterest – 1024×512 px
  • For Twitter – 735×1102 px

Each collection of images consist of 4 folders (each size) with a set of PNG files inside it. The collection folder is compressed into a ZIP folder to make it easier for you to download since you will be getting a total of 200 images.

Once you have downloaded the collection folder and extracted the ZIP folder, you will be able to access all PNG images.

You will get instant access to the collections immediately after purchase. If you already have a login to my membership portal, then all you have to do is login. If you are a new member, we will send your login via email to access your purchased collections.

You will just need to go to your My Purchased Collections to download your images.

Unfortunately, no. Once you have received your membership login, you have direct access to the content. Refunds are NOT available for any of our digital subscriptions, memberships and products.

You will have lifetime business access to your purchased collections in the membership portal. Once you download the images to your device, you have access to your purchased collections forever!

All collections have a personal use license (1 business only). If you are an agency or a social media manager who wants to use the images for multiple clients, we have other licenses available based on the number of clients you would like to use the images for. You can find more information about our business and agency licensing options HERE.

Mac: Double-click the Zip file. After several seconds, the file or the folder will decompress using the same folder name. Windows
  1. Open File Explorer and find the zipped folder.
  2. To unzip the entire folder, right-click to select Extract All, and then follow the instructions.

While it is possible to download on mobile devices, we highly recommend that you download the bundles on your PC or laptop for optimal viewing and easy file management.

Also, because iOS and Android do not support the extraction of ZIP folders by default, you will need to download an app if you want to extract the bundle ZIP folder and view its contents on your iOS or Android device.

If you’re using an iOS device (iPhone / iPad), you will need to download an app like Zip Viewer.

If you’re using an Android device, you will need to download an app like AndroZip™.

Your collection folder will automatically go to the “Downloads” folder of your device. If not, check your default save location that’s been set on your computer. You can find your browser’s default save location by checking the settings:

Default download locations
If you didn’t change your default download location, then Google Chrome downloads files to the following locations:

Windows 10, 8, 7 and Vista: \Users\\Downloads
Mac: /Users//Downloads
Linux: /home//Downloads

Click this icon located at the top right corner of the browser
Go to Downloads, then you’ll see the default download location:


Open the Safari browser on your Mac first.
Pull down the Safari’s menu and choose “Preferences”.
Click the “General” tab, find the “File Download Location” section, you’ll then see the default download folder (usually Downloads folder)


Click this icon located at the top right corner of the browser
Click Preferences, then go to Downloads. You’ll see the default download folder. Usually the Downloads folder.


Select “Tools”, then “Options” from the menu at the top of the browser.
Under the “General” tab, look at the “Save files to” option in the Downloads section.
Internet Explorer:
Select “Tools”, then “Options” from the menu at the top of the browser.
Under the “General” tab, look at the “Save files to” option in the Downloads section.

Select the icon that looks like a gear at the top right-hand part of the browser menu bar.
Select “Preferences”.
Under the “General” tab, look at the “Save downloaded files to” option.