Join Von Glitschka for an in-depth discussion in this video How to say a lot in 140 characters, part of Social Media for Graphic Designers.
- [Voiceover] Shakespeare had a great quote:…"Brevity is the soul of wit."…I think that statement suits Twitter perfectly.…You have a finite amount of characters…to say what you wanna say,…and you need to choose your words wisely.…So let me show you how I go about crafting my tweets.…When you're on your Facebook page, you can go here…and just click on Tweet, this'll bring up…the authoring window to compose your tweet,…and it's gonna count down the characters.…Remember, you only have 140 so you wanna…pick your words wisely.…
I'm gonna be announcing a new product here…and I wanna share it with people so they can see it,…they can enjoy it, and I can interact with them.…So I'm just gonna write up, based off of what I've created,…we'll go ahead and type this out...…And, yes, I'm gonna get a little geeky, that's okay.…Lots of (laughs) sci-fi references here.…
And, almost done here and I'm gonna add another hashtag.…Once again, I use hashtags as reinforcement…for what I'm posting about,…sometimes in a humorous fashion such as this.…
- Understanding social media for business
- Branding yourself on social media
- The role of your website in social media
- Social media image sizes
- Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram strategies for designers
- Understanding Behance
- Using LinkedIn
Skill Level Intermediate
Personal Branding on Social Mediawith Karen Leland1h 8m Appropriate for all
1. Getting Started
2. Facebook Strategy for Designers
3. Twitter Strategy for Designers
4. Instagram Strategy for Designers
5. Exploring Other Social Networks
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