In a professional context it often happens that private or corporate clients corder a publication to be made and presented with the actual content still not being ready. Think of a news blog that’s filled with content hourly on the day of going live. However, reviewers tend to be distracted by comprehensible content, say, a random text copied newspaper or the internet. The are to focus on the text, disregarding the layout and its elements. Besides, random text risks to be unintendedly humorous or offensive, an unacceptable risk in corporate environments.
Twitter is an amazing marketing tool. Probably one of the most sociable of all those online as it’s interaction is fast with limited characters per tweet (140) and can quickly grab attention and raise your online profile within your core networks. Who uses it? Anyone and everyone as it’s often used as a quick news […]
Let’s make things simple….here are some of the Twitter basics explained: @: adding this to the beginning of someone’s Twitter name creates a direct link to that person’s profile. Use this whenever you mention or reply to other users. # (hashtag): add this to the beginning of a word or topic which adds your tweet […]