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I Provide services for clients to manage and optimize their image on Social Networks.especially on FACEBOOK to begin, then TWITTER, LINKED IN, FOURSQUARE, FLICK'R, SCOOP.IT, and at least G+.This presence represents a major stake today for any organization, profit-seeking or not, and requires a very good expertise of the social networks. It also require a pad of consequent and contacts multi channels, hours spent to stay up the net, and to lead groups or communities. It is thus crucial to become attached to it and, so that it is assured in optimal conditions of success, to outsource it to an expert. At least, it require to be multi lingual. Concerning me, it's : French, of course, then English, and Spanish. Philippe TREBAUL - 06 42 97 88 47 - @a_z_CM2 - FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/CommunityManager2
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The Anatomy of a Highly Shareable Infographic

The Anatomy of a Highly Shareable Infographic | COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT - CM2 | Scoop.it
Make sure your infographics don't fall flat. Learn what essential elements you need to increasing sharing.

The hard truth about creating content online is the amount of time you put into it isn't always proportional to what you get out of it. We all hope that everything we do is a grand slam resulting in traffic, leads, and reporters clamoring to talk to you. 

But that's not always what happens.

Luckily, there are few things we can do to infographics to hedge our bets a bit. So, we put together the following infographic on making highly shareable infographics -- helping you rake in more views and conversion opportunities. Follow these tips, and your infographic will be much more likely to get shared. 


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massimo scalzo's curator insight, July 4, 2014 3:11 AM

The Essentila Elements of Infographic, piece by piece...

ManufacturingStories's curator insight, September 23, 2014 11:47 AM

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Social Media Best Practices for Infographics

Social Media Best Practices for Infographics | COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT - CM2 | Scoop.it

Sharing your infographic that’s hosted on your website/blog and engaging the social sharing potential is key to maximizing the work you put in to creating your infographics.  

Each social network has different image display requirements.

For example, tall infographics do not present well on Facebook. Facebook outlines horizontal images and a ratio of 1200 w x 627 h, meaning you may need to create some sharing images to drive social viewers to the main infographic.


The team at Lemonly put together a great infographic covering keys for social sharing on:

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Pinterest
  • LinkedIn

Have a look and bookmark for future reference...


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, September 1, 2014 11:35 PM

Helpful infographics reference and great tips for social media utilization.

ManufacturingStories's curator insight, October 9, 2014 9:30 AM

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Infographic: How To Get Your Content Shared

Infographic: How To Get Your Content Shared | COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT - CM2 | Scoop.it

If you’ve ever wondered exactly how sites like Mashable get some much social traction, this might just help give you a little insight into it, and to be honest, it’s not an art, it’s a science, knowing post by post exactly what gets the most sharability per post…


From this Infographic, you’ll see that your optimal time to post new content, is when both the US and Europe are awake, that human interest/watercooler type content is by far the most popular content to share, with Images and Video being key, but it’s value depends on the social network.


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, October 3, 2013 4:47 PM

This infographic is a useful exploration of content and timing for best results in your social media programs. Tthehanks to Lauren Moss for sharing.

Paul Reichman's curator insight, October 3, 2013 8:47 PM

fascinating insights into driving virality

Phil Lauterjung's curator insight, October 4, 2013 2:35 PM

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6 Myths of Social Sharing (infographic)

6 Myths of Social Sharing (infographic) | COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT - CM2 | Scoop.it

Social sharing buttons on websites account for less than 30 percent of all sharing, and links shared on Thursday get peak engagement and the longest-lasting traffic.

Those are only two of the results of a RadiumOne study focusing on sharing behavior. RadiumOne is an enterprise advertising platform that operates the Po.st social sharing and URL-shortening platform — which naturally generates a lot of data on what people share, how they share, and what kind of sharing is the most effective.


More information at the link...


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Nine0Media's curator insight, June 7, 2014 2:45 PM

#DIYSEO #SocialMediaTools 

successmakers's curator insight, September 5, 2014 1:20 PM

I have seen this in action and found it to be true and a good representation.

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This Is the World on Flickr: A Photo Documentation Map

This Is the World on Flickr: A Photo Documentation Map | COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT - CM2 | Scoop.it
A map from the Oxford Internet Institute reveals the geographical distribution of billions of photos uploaded to the popular image-sharing site.

Individually, each of those photos shows us something, some flash of a moment on this Earth. All together, they show us something else, a planet pulsing—unevenly—with photo documentation...


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matthew keenan's curator insight, November 24, 2014 8:03 PM

As both a photographer and a student of geography this map is highly interesting.  With each dot representing locations on the planet that have corresponding images in Flickr.  The map is significant for two main reasons, firstly it is a great example of population density and human patters.  Secondly, this image is telling of the ability to capture the earth and share its people and cultures across the globe.  The accompanying story raising an interesting point, "Individually, each of those photos shows us something, some flash of a moment on this Earth. All together, they show us something else, a planet pulsing—unevenly—with photo documentation."  This photo documentation is the writing of art works and the documenting and curation of global cultures.  Being able to access these images allows one to not only read art, and read images, but also read and access different cultures and people.  


The images one posts can be viewed as singular works of art for people to read and interpret and engage with as they may.  However, when taken as a whole set of images, Flickr is the story of the planet being written daily by thousands of authors in the form of billions of images.  Flickr is a giant curated book of visual history and a visual story of shared cultural experience.


When thought of from that context digital tools like Instagram and Flickr are an important cultural and historical resource that allows us to read the world through the visual but also allows us to add to the content and write our own stories within a larger one.