Facebook Pages (Facebook profiles for business and any non-personal accounts) have many options to help you best represent your project. As with Twitter, you have a header image, a profile image, a description, and a pinned post. You can also have a call to action button that can be quite useful. There are also many more options that may be available to you, depending on your particular category of page.
While many social media platforms attempt to be all things to all people, in the end each of these platforms is somewhat unique. Thus, one’s presence on each needs to be tailored to the specific platform. Facebook is fundamentally about individual connections. Twitter functions like a worldwide cocktail party in which you can dip in […]
You have probably heard the cliche “a picture is worth a thousand words.” That concept is pretty relevant when you’re on twitter dealing with 140 character maximums.
Your social media profile is the first thing anyone who cares enough to click will see in their efforts to learn more about you. It’s a relatively easy and painless way to put your best foot forward and present yourself as the person you want people to see.