For photographers, bloggers and just about anyone with a camera, flickr has been a reliable, helpful photo-sharing service for over a decade. The Yahoo-owned platform has become know for their ease of use and awesome creative commons image collection that helps publishers find free, attributable images for articles and helps photographers get their work seen by millions.
Here is an interesting infographic that looks at the state of content marketing, why it is important and what to think about in setting up a content marketing plan.
Here is a handy infographic that offers all of the (current) social media image sizes for Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube. I hope you find this helpful.
You may have missed the announcement, but if you had a MySpace account, the odds are good that your old content has been deleted.
Facebook cover photos are all about first impressions.The first thing prospective fans see when they visit your page is your cover photo.
So will they be impressed? They won’t be if your cover photo is low-quality, random or out-of-date!
The Disney Story app is a photo and video sharing app that groups all of your stored phone photos by location/date and creates a scrapbook-like presentation out of them.
Thanks to Facebook’s news feed changes today, the images your business shares will now be like downtown window displays for your brand. Make them look good and engaging and more people will like and engage with your page content.
Instagram has created a cool way for everyone to view New Year’s Eve pictures from across the globe as users celebrate the clock striking midnight.
Twitter announced on their blog a few minutes ago that they have added photo filters to their iOS (iPhone) and Android apps.
Here is a super-handy post and infographic that list and show all of the various Facebook image placements and the proper sizes for each.