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This infographic provides a visual guide and a brief synopsis of different uses for Twitter.
It includes information about how Twitter can be used as a tool for information, customer service, networking, business management and website management.
Via Lauren Moss
Like all new technology, social media changes fast.
Just trying to keep your head around all of the different platforms, how to approach them and, of course, how to design for them can be a full time job.
Social media has proven itself as a crucial component of a brand’s marketing mix, but with the many different platforms, it can be very difficult to put forth a consistent brand image online.
The [Ridiculously Exhausitive] Social Media Design Blueprint features all of the major design dimensions for all of the major platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIN, YouTube, Pinterest and the most recent entry, Instagram.
Via Lauren Moss
A simple guide to understanding how to effectively use Twitter hashtags in marketing and how you shouldn't! [note mg]
Every time we host live webinars (and as this long list suggests, that is quite often), quite a few attendees get confused about what to do with the hashtag we provide. What is it? What does it do? How do you create one? Let me explain!
What is a hashtag?
A Twitter hashtag is simply a keyword phrase, spelled out without spaces, with a pound sign (#) in front of it. For example, #inboundchat and #ILoveChocolate are both hashtags.
What does a hashtag do?
A Twitter hashtag ties the conversations of different users into one stream, which you can find by searching the hastag in Twitter Search or by using a third-party monitoring tool such as HootSuite.
Read more: http://bit.ly/K8LKcQ
Via Martin Gysler