Join Von Glitschka for an in-depth discussion in this video The role of your website in social media, part of Social Media for Graphic Designers.
- [Narrator] Social media is great…in sharing what I like to call…creative hors d'oeuvres,…small bite-sized posts and visuals…that foster curiosity…and invite people to get more information…and view the full project on your website.…Because of this, you wanna make sure…you have your website domain…included in you social media account's profile.…That way, if someone wants to see more,…they can just click on your website link…in your profile and visit your site.…
This is important because not all…of the social media platforms allow you…to put a URL link in a post.…This also brings up something,…what I call the sandwich board effect.…Now, social media is best leveraged…via the sandwich board effect.…In the early days of traditional advertising,…businesses would hire people to wear…what were called sandwich boards,…and walk up and down the sidewalk, near their business,…to let people know about sales or special offerings…that would drive traffic to their place of business…where they could get more information.…
Your website is your business.…
- 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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