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Yarnit vs. Canva

In the 10 years since its launch, Canva has captivated the market with its user-friendly interface, extensive library of design templates, and exciting design tools. The platform has changed the way people approach graphic design, making it accessible to users of all skill levels. Late last year, Canva revealed that users have created 20 billion designs on the platform, showing its popularity among budding designers.


However, as the digital landscape evolves, the needs of marketers and content creators are becoming more complex, calling for tools that can offer more than just design solutions. Enter Yarnit, a platform that, while serving a distinctly different purpose from Canva, stands out as a formidable creative platform for marketers.


Yarnit's power lies in its ability to take over the entire content creation process for marketers, from ideation, to creation, to design, to repurposing content, to scheduling. This diverse nature makes Yarnit more than just a design tool, but a comprehensive content transformation platform. 


In this blog, we'll uncover how Yarnit's innovative features make it an indispensable asset for content marketers, offering a seamless journey from content creation to repurposing.


Harnessing AI for Design and Efficiency


Yarnit's AI-assisted design feature represents a significant leap forward in reducing the unpredictability and time consumption traditionally associated with design tasks. By offering brand- and trend-aligned suggestion, image recommendations, and other AI-driven suggestions- Yarnit simplifies the design process, enabling marketers to focus more on strategy and less on operational tasks.


The platform uses advanced algorithms to intelligently suggest various forms of media such as images, music, design layouts, font, colors, and copy, all based on the initial prompt and the brand’s unique voice. With a simple input of text, users can instantly access a suite of right images and creatives tailored to their needs. This feature is particularly beneficial for marketers looking to produce high-quality content without the hassle of navigating through countless stock photos or designing creatives from scratch.


Comparatively, Canva, while offering a diverse range of DIY design options, requires users to manually sift through templates and make decisions about every element of their design. This can be overwhelming for users who may not have a background in design or for those looking for quicker, more efficient solutions.


Yarnit's AI-driven approach not only accelerates the design process but also ensures that the final products are visually appealing and aligned with current trends, giving marketers an edge in a competitive digital landscape.


Yarnit's One-Click Content Repurposing


Repurposing content is an integral part of any marketing campaign. Repurposing content ensures brand and message consistency across all platforms, enhancing the overall impact of the marketing strategy. Marketers are well aware of this, with 94% of marketers repurposing their content.


Source: ReferralRock

All marketers also know the necessity of a content calendar and the need to keep it varied between long- and short-form content. Creatives also serve various needs in the content calendar, either promoting other pieces of content or providing information for the brand’s audience to consume in an easy and accessible manner. This varied nature of content today leads to a strong need to repurpose a single piece of content into various formats, extending its lifespan, utility, and brand impact. 


With Yarnit, marketers can easily create social media posts, creatives, and more based on long-form posts already created on the platform. Take for example a main piece of content such as Blog from which other content pieces can be curated..This content can easily be transformed into a captivating social media post, an infographic post, a concise caption, or even a smaller bite-sized post suitable for platforms like Twitter (X) or Instagram. 


What’s more, marketers can rest assured that each of these outputs are brand-aligned, reducing turnaround time while staying relevant to the core content. This can be a game-changer for marketers who often find themselves in the repetitive cycle of creating separate pieces of content for different platforms.


In contrast, while Canva offers an impressive array of creative use cases for various platforms, it falls short in providing a solution for repurposing content. Each project is unique and requires independent creation and base content cannot be provided as a context, leading to marketers spending more resources to create a piece of content. Users also need to manually adjust and redesign content to fit different formats, a process that can be both time-consuming and draining.


Brand Consistency and Context


Repurposing content only works if the content and its accompanying messaging stays creatively consistent and compliant with brand requirements. Yarnit solves for this with the help of technologies such as retrieval-assisted generation and Brand Voice, setting it apart from Canva and other design platforms.


Maintaining creative consistency is no small feat, which is why Yarnit comes with the Brand Kit feature, which allows user to set up brand-specific design templates with their own look and feel. This acts as a guiding hand for the AI to keep it in line and ensure that what is being generated is compliant with brand guidelines while still being creative. While Canva provides use-cases for many individual creatives, where it falls short is a lack of unification in the process. With Yarnit, creating content is a journey, where every step of the process has a brand-focused solution in place. 


Social Media Marketing Automation




While social media marketing automation has been one of the key initiatives of marketing managers, it is far from seamless. An ideal automation flow would mean that the marketer has the ability to generate post ideas, create content and creatives for the post, schedule and publish the post with the right captions and hashtags, and measure the post performance. 


Many design platforms, including Canva, have worked as an alternative choice for social media marketing automation. With multiple templates, DIY design apps, Gen AI apps available they have made creative creation and design easy. Ease of curation makes them a choice but the needs of social media marketing automation outweigh the capabilities of these tools. On the other hand, Yarnit's multi-functional capabilities are purpose-built for social media marketing automation. 


It starts with Yarnit’s idea generator feature, where marketers can get brand-focused and trend-aligned ideas, sparking the flame of creation. Then, this idea can be used to make a creative brief, with Yarnit’s advanced algorithms taking over to design the creative with brand guidelines in mind.


What’s more, marketers can also work in a multi-functional manner by generating copy and creatives together, by rewriting copies within the Canvas to elevate the content. Design creatives post with a single prompt and then edit at will.


This content can then be scheduled with the in-platform social media calendar, allowing for a greater degree of automation within marketing processes. It doesn’t end there, as tracking metrics is an important part of gauging the impact of content. Yarnit also has a solution for this, with an integrated social media analytics hub that can provide marketers with the insights they need in a single glance. 


While Canva excels in providing solutions to creative design for social media, Yarnit excels in simplicity, reproducibility, and for being the all-in-one suite focused on social media marketing automation.


Pre-Built and Pre-Trained Content Use Cases


Yarnit transcends the traditional design platform by offering pre-built content services, with each use case being meticulously pre-trained. This feature is particularly advantageous for marketers, as it allows them to harness the power of AI for content creation, beyond just design. 


Unlike Canva, which focuses primarily on design, Yarnit provides a holistic solution that covers various aspects of content creation and marketing. By integrating these pre-trained services, Yarnit enables marketers to quickly generate content that is not only visually appealing but also strategically aligned with their marketing best practices. This approach not only saves time but also ensures that the content produced is of the highest quality, tailored to engage and convert the target audience effectively.


Yarnit vs. Canva: Conclusion


While Canva has revolutionized the design world with its user-friendly interface and a vast selection of design templates and tools, Yarnit emerges as a comprehensive platform designed specifically for marketers. The main differentiator between the two platforms lies in their core purpose: Canva excels in design, while Yarnit shines in marketing. The unique features of Yarnit, from its one-click content repurposing to its AI-assisted design and multi-functional capabilities, offer a seamless solution for marketers looking to streamline their content creation and distribution process.


Moreover, the synergy between Canva and Yarnit can be harnessed to create an even more powerful content-creation ecosystem. Marketers can leverage Canva to create initial design templates and then use Yarnit to repurpose and distribute this content efficiently across various platforms, ensuring a cohesive and impactful marketing strategy. Ultimately, Yarnit's focus on marketing makes it an invaluable tool for marketers aiming to elevate their content strategy and achieve their business objectives.




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