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Weekly Link Round Up – 11-23-12

November 23rd, 2012 by | No Comments

You don’t need drawing skills to create powerful images that amplify your content (SocialSignal.com)

There’s no doubt that images will surely catch more attention on the social web. Fortunately, there’s no real need to be a professional illustrator or cartoonist to create eye-catching media that inspires audiences to share your creation. The trick is to simply remember that the underlying content trumps everything else.

5 Tips for Creating Pinterest Images That People Love to Share (SocialMediaExaminer.com)

If your company’s keen on getting noticed through Pinterest marketing, it’s a must to create images worth sharing. But aside from employing all kinds of image manipulation tricks and graphic design techniques, there are a few things worth noting to make sure your images are sharable through Pinterest.

3 Ways To Get More Facebook Engagement By Using Photos (SocialMediaToday.com)

With its new photo-friendly layout and instantaneous photo-sharing through Instagram, there’s no better time than now to harness the power of photos for your brand’s Facebook page. Aside from making use of the handy retro photo-creating app, there are other ways to boost engagement with different kinds of graphics you can share.

How You Can Use Infographics to Tell a Story (SocialMediaClub.org)

Among the different kinds of images you can share over the social web, the infographic is perhaps one of the most attractive to audiences. In contrast to memes that provide a good laugh and promo photos that draw attention to your latest offerings, infographics establish expertise and authority.

There’s Gold in Them Thar Hills: Finding Hidden Content Treasures for Your Blog (BlogWorld.com)

Having trouble cooking up new content for your social media feeds? If you’ve been blogging or sharing content for a year or two, chances are you’ll have something worth digging up and sharing once more. In fact, you can stand to benefit from reposting or repurposing some of the older things you’ve created back when your audience was much smaller.


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