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Social networking sites change at a rapid pace, and for social media marketers it's essential to keep up data themselves with the latest trends and tactics. But if you are new to social landscape it could be a bit overwhelming to understand the lingo of several social sites.
Well, we cannot wave a magic wand and give you top-notch engagement across all your social platforms – we're old fashioned and believe you have to work at it – but we have tried to make it easier for you.
This infographic from mycleveragency helps you to understand on what you can do to create "perfect post on social sites" like Tumblr, Vine, Instagram, Pinterest, Googleplus, Twitter and Facebook.
How To Create Perfect Social Media Posts - infographic
Tumblr has seen quite a few changes over the past year – not all of them received lightly. But most brands now have their own presence on the platform and some are even taking the plunge to entirely replace their website with a Tumblr. It’s definitely the next platform to tackle, or at least be aware of, if you haven't already.
Tumblr Posting Guide
Know Your Post Types - You've got 7 options to choose from, make sure it's the right one for the type of content you wish to share.
Follow People - Not only will you be more aware of the latest viral post and what other are talking about, it will also encourage other to follow you.
Know Your Tumblr Speak - Or at least be aware of it. You don't want to be in the middle of a great conversation and show you have no idea that CRYING doesn't necessarily mean someone is upset...
Choose A Good Theme - A pretty Tumblr is a successful Tumblr, there are plenty of free themes to choose from when you're first starting. Usually the simpler the them the nicer it looks.
Tagging - Tumblr uses hashtags like most other platforms - make sure to utilize them so your posts are easy to find.
Like And Reblog - This will ensure you are more visible, Tumblr is a very interactive platform - make sure you show some love! (and remember to always reblog, never steal posts!)
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