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The Social Media Dimensions Blueprint (Infographic)

The Social Media Dimensions Blueprint (Infographic) | da vida da Ni | Scoop.it

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.


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MESODEV's curator insight, May 31, 2013 4:01 AM

Voilà une infographie utile plutôt que de rechercher sans cesse les bonnes dimensions !

Therese Matthys's curator insight, June 6, 2013 10:05 AM

Is your company consistent with its brand image online across all channels?

John Thomas's curator insight, February 12, 2014 12:39 PM
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Mobli, a rede social que pretende acabar com o Instagram | Mídia ...

Mobli, a rede social que pretende acabar com o Instagram | Mídia ... | da vida da Ni | Scoop.it
Fundador de Editor do Blog Mídia Boom. Sócio e Gestor Operacional na Agência Social Tag, agência referência em Social Media em SP. Empreendedor inquieto, falador nato e sonhador. Uma meta? Ser feliz todos os dias ...
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Paul Krugman: Nightmare in Portugal

Paul Krugman: Nightmare in Portugal | da vida da Ni | Scoop.it

Don’t tell me that Portugal has had bad policies in the past and has deep structural problems. Of course it has; so does everyone, and while arguably Portugal’s are worse than those of some other countries, how can it possibly make sense to 'deal' with these problems by condemning vast numbers of willing workers to unemployment?

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