Join Von Glitschka for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding Twitter, part of Social Media for Graphic Designers.
- [Instructor] Full accessibility to Twitter's features…is only available if you have an account,…and you're logged in.…That said, you can visit anyone's Twitter page,…and scroll through their tweets without having an account,…which means it's a lot easier…to share your content posted on Twitter…than it is Facebook, for example.…Twitter by far is my personal favorite…social media platform.…It's not bogged down with a user interface…that is always trying to sell you something…or boost something, or recommending that you do something…that you really haven't thought of yourself,…unlike Facebook, and for that reason alone, I love it.…
I also tend to like it because it's more cerebral,…in terms of content shared,…since most of the content is text-driven.…People can't get verbose with their tweets,…since its very premise is to limit characters to 140.…Although that may change, at some point.…This, that you see in front of me, is my Twitter page.…This is where I go…to access all the various functionalities of Twitter,…
- 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
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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