Meet the Social Media Platforms and Share a Cookie

This infographic is to help you understand what makes Twitter different than LinkedIn and also show you how to create content that is appropriate for each one.  The example here is how to share a cookie on Facebook, YouTube, Google+, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Snapchat, Pinterest, and Houzz.

 

It’s hard to understand how a post on Facebook is different from Google+, or how a pin on Pinterest is going to elicit a different response than a photo on Instagram, but each social media platform has a unique audience and fills a niche in a different way.  After all, if they were all the same, we wouldn’t have a need for so many!  This infographic is to help you understand what makes Twitter different than LinkedIn and also show you how to create content that is appropriate for each one.  The example here is how to share a cookie on Facebook, YouTube, Google+, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Snapchat, Pinterest, and Houzz.

 

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About Lacey Clifton

Social Media Marketing Expert, Lacey Clifton, specializes in leveraging dynamic media platforms for organic, customer-centric marketing. She has been working with surgeons and specialty medical practitioners since 2009, providing training, coaching, and full-service marketing for lead generation, but has been marketing through online social media platforms since their first adoption by small businesses. Lacey received her Bachelor’s Degree from Old Dominion University in Virginia, where she graduated with Summa Cum Laude and Phi Kappa Phi Honors. Additionally, she was recognized as the Communications Department Graduate of the Year and received a Faculty Award of Excellence for her performance at the university. She greatly enjoys learning environments, as both a student and a teacher, keeping her ahead of changes in social media platforms and fueling her passion to teach others.

Posted on August 11, 2016, in Social Media and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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