When I first started blogging, I didn’t watermark my photos. At that point, it probably didn’t matter because my photos weren’t very good anyway. Now, however, my photography has improved and I like to put a watermark on my photos so that people know where the photo came from. If for some reason it gets posted somewhere other than my blog, people see the watermark and can search for my blog, Domestic Superhero, because they see the watermark. Some people prefer to put watermarks in the middle of photos, or places where they can’t be cropped off (because trust me, shady people do crop off watermarks), but I still keep mine off to the side because I just don’t like the way they look in the middle of a picture. You can decide where you want to put your watermark, but I am going to show you an easy way to create the watermark in PicMonkey. Once you design your watermark, you can save it and then it’s easy to add it to your photos during the editing process.