We decided to record the episode “Would You Share This Photo with Your Kids” because of another question that Lee and I discussed among ourselves lately. Are people sharing their adult photos in the right places? Looking at my feed on Instagram and Facebook lately, I think the answer is that a lot of people […]
If you wonder why nobody sees your social media posts, it isn’t because you’re doing something wrong. It’s because social media promotion is a rigged game. Social media sites are rich with people who have the potential to like what you’re doing. It’s very tempting to want to promote your photos or business on social […]
Our 5 Tips to Improve Your Social Media Engagement Chasing followers on social media is a lame strategy. What you need to do instead is improve your social media engagement. It’s better to have a smaller number of followers who are really interested in you than having tons of followers who aren’t really paying attention. […]
Make Instagram Work for You by Building an Engaged Audience Thank you for listening to The Photo Flunky Show. We hope you enjoy this show about Instagram. I’ll be honest, my own Instagram feed is going hungry. That’s because I’ve neglected the service, and I neglected it because I didn’t quite get it. Imagine my […]
Create Social Media Photos With These Four Apps Thank you for listening to The Photo Flunky Show, episode 35. We discuss four of the most popular mobile apps for editing and creating social media photos. Word Swag Typorama Font Candy Adobe Spark Post All of these apps are available for free, but most of them […]
If you want to know how to use Pinterest the wrong way, I’ll show you some of the mistakes I made and what I learned after making them. If you’re willing to put in some time planning, Pinterest can be a great way to share your message. Tweet12PinShare+1113 Shares
Photo etiquette seems to be on the decline lately. Essentially, some people think that posting a photo online is a request for advice or critique. They don’t seem to understand that unsolicited critiques are inherently rude and arrogant behavior. It’s as unwelcome as stealing someone else’s photo to use as an example. Tweet7Pin3Share38+1553 Shares
Which is more important in the education vs experience debate? Does the question even enter your mind when you view a photo?