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Understanding Social Media Platforms & Posting

Like toppings. You can use every kind poorly, or you can choose a few themes and make them amazing.

Flow Chart for Finding a Platform

Now that you know what decorations to use, let's talk about how to make them shine:

Facebook

What to Post

How to Post

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Instagram

What to Post

How to Post

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Twitter

What to Tweet

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How to Post

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LinkedIn

What to Post

How to Post

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Pinterest

What to Post

How to Post

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SnapChat

What to Post

How to Post

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Keep the Website Current

“Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” — Steve Jobs

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Website design is adapting to new devices and in ways users interact with websites on those devices. As mobile devices, tablets, laptops, and desktops meld into hybrid devices, websites that are responsive to touch and have flexible design options will become more popular.

If your website was designed more than 3 years ago, you should probably start budgeting for a new design for the next couple years to adapt to responsive screen sizes.

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