Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Saving time by having all of your tweets update to your Facebook status might sound fabulous, but sometimes your tweets make no sense out of context. Here's an example of a reply I made that would not belong on Facebook: @macaroniandglue I like the part-how many redshirts did they lose-can't be many left.
If you made more than, let's say two tweets a day like this, it would quickly become annoying to Facebook friends/fans and even more so for those who were not on Twitter.
Thanks to a Facebook application by Andy Young, called Selective Twitter Status, you are allowed to selectively update your Facebook status from Twitter. You choose which tweets to allow by ending your post with #fb.
Here's how to set it up.
1) Log in to Facebook, enter "Selective Twitter Status" into the search box on the top right and click on the search icon.
2) When you get to the page, click on "Go to application"
3) Enter your Twitter user name and click "Save"
4) Now, simply add #fb when you want to update your Facebook status.
1) If you're currently using the Twitter application or other app to update your status, remember to remove or disable it so that it doesn't keep updating with all your tweets.
2) In your Twitter "settings", make sure "Protect my Tweets" box is unchecked.
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Your brand is what your consumers and employees think of your services and company. Brand makes an emotional connection to them about your company. Being remembered is essential and a companys brand, or recognition is considered one of the most valuable company assets.
You may be hearing, bzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.
Really, design is like a conductor of an orchestra for your audience. Like music, design has an intangible quality like this:
The silence is pure energy as the audience awaits the beautiful flow of sound and emotion. It begins with one instrument, the core of the piece, the flautist. As the invisible power is built up with more instruments, your heart flutters with the passion of the music passing through you. The speed of the first movement keeps increasing and has the precision of a sailboat cutting through the water. It ends leaving everyone’s breath taken away, wanting more.
Did you hear that? That’s the invisible power that coordinates thousands of decisions and shapes behavior of a well thought out idea. Image by Anti-Ink conveys this idea perfectly.