You can have a Facebook page, a Twitter account, and even a LinkedIn business profile, but there’s no point in running a social media campaign if it’s not designed to drive leads to your business. Learn more in the eBook.Download now!
Should you tweet, like, snap, or comment? This infographic breaks down the most popular social networks into digestible snippets, describing how they can be utilized, as well as highlighting their pros and cons. Learn how to best leverage each platform & start socializing!
Before a project starts, it's important for the whole team, including the designer, to understand exactly what's needed in order to complete a successful project. Designers are problem solvers. So, present them with a problem to solve, not the solution to implement.
Design plays a major part of any web or social media presence. Even though you may not have been schooled in the Visual Arts, these resources can help turn your Social Media content from mediocre to professional. Once you have chosen your network and know the correct specs, read on to discover seven resources.
With Twitter’s announcement last week about the new photo tagging and collage features and Facebook’s implementation of the 20% rule, image-centric marketing is overtaking traditional text media. Twitter reports that tweets with a photo are 35 percent more likely to get retweeted than one without.