Join Von Glitschka for an in-depth discussion in this video Using conversation threads and retweeting, part of Social Media for Graphic Designers.
- [Narrator] In this movie, I want to show you…how to access and use conversation threads and retweeting.…Both are great ways to converse, share…and discover via Twitter.…So when I'm using Twitter,…I'm always fascinated with how I can discover…somebody I wasn't aware of…or new work I wasn't aware of…or any information that I wasn't aware of…and it comes about just because of interactions on Twitter.…
And a lot of this happens through…what are called, Conversation Threads.…And what I mean by that is any post…that you make on Twitter,…any tweet you make on Twitter, that is,…when people respond to that,…Twitter, kind of, catalogs that into a thread…so you can go back and see who responded to it,…who retweeted it,…who responded to that retweet,…and it's kind of cool because you can go in…and do some data-mining on your own and discover things.…
And I just want to show you one example of that…and that is this tweet I made.…It's about a fake notification, kind of PSD file…I put together where people can type in…their own Adobe Illustrator error message,…
- 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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