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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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Chicadita® is a consulting business offering social media, marketing, and SEO services to small business owners in Paso Robles and the surrounding San Luis Obispo County area. Lacey Clifton, MSEd, a native of California’s central coast, has dedicated her life to what she loves most: Technology, Arts, and Teaching. Today she serves as an Instructional Designer with a focus on educational media technology. She is an expert in social media and the social, co-constructive learning is offers. An ambitious person by nature, Lacey received two Associate’s degrees in 2003 from Ventura College. Soon after in 2005, she earned a Bachelor’s of Arts Summa Cum Laude in Theatre Arts from Old Dominion University, and was awarded the Faculty Award of Excellence and Outstanding Student of the year from her department, along with many other academic honors. In 2007, Lacey completed course work in Early Childhood Education and Teaching from Central Texas College. At Cuesta College, she continued her studies with Business Coursework and Psychology. In 2018, again with Old Dominion University, Lacey completed her Master’s of Science in Education degree in Instructional Design and Educational Technology.

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