Great blog post from the folks at Social Fish.
With all these ways to use Twitter why is “promote” the default for most associations?
How professional associations (especially Texas Medical Association) can best use social media (especially Facebook) as part of their communication strategies.
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As promised, I'm catching up with Avectra's recommendations on how associations can better use Facebook.
The good news is that if your association is already up and running on Facebook, you’re on the right track. However, if you’re experiencing a case of “What Now?”, then you’ve come to the right place. We have some best practices that can help you grow your social audience and improve member participation.
Second in their series. I have to catch back up to see the Facebook post.
Here's Avectra's how-to tips:
Which social media network to use, why? Those are some frequent questions association communicators ask these days.
BrandLoveLLC shared this infographic:
Here’s how SDL SM2 ranked the Top 9 Social Networks for Small and Medium-sized Businesses based on the following criteria:
What's the right size for the banner on your Twitter page? How about a video on Facebook?
The good folks at LunaMetrics have composed a very useful and useable infographic they call "The Ultimate Complete Final Social Media Sizing Cheat Sheet."
So, without further ado, here it is – the ultimate, complete, final social media sizing cheat sheet. As before, you can find a simple text list of the pixel dimensions at the bottom. Save this sucker on your hard drive and never Google ‘Facebook cover photo size’ again.