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JJ Abrams is known for many things, but one legacy follows him into each new project: the lens flare. WAIT, before you go watch The Force Awakens for the 14th time, let’s examine why JJ’s lens flare is important here. Create Your Consistency on Snapchat While I certainly do not suggest incorporating lens flares into your video and image efforts (unless they would really add to the overall result), JJ’s use of them has a valuable takeaway for all of us. When you are consistent in any medium, you generate a few valuable characteristics for your audience: Credibility. Your audience will see you as an authority on whatever topic you wish to share because you share it every day (or at least very regularly). Reliability. Whatever else happens in the world, your “lens flare” – wherever you share it – forms a foundation for your audience. That may seem sappy, […]
Over the weekend, Hootsuite shared out their blog post, Why We Sent a Single Tweet 44 Times. (Great headline, right? My neck involuntarily pitched my head sideways when I spotted it.) Mission accomplished, because I clicked to read the blog. Hootsuite discusses the practice of repeating (duplicating) content because “how people use social media, particularly Twitter, has changed. It has developed into a discovery channel where audiences come to find content.” They refer to Guy Kawasaki, a social media monolith who supports repetitive content sharing in his social practice. (I encourage you to read the Hootsuite blog, in spite of what I’m about to type; they have great tools and insights for social media marketers.) Don’t Dupe Just Yet I don’t think everyone should take to their social media plan and hone their Ctrl+C/Ctrl+V speeds – at least not yet. Here’s why: both Hootsuite and Guy Kawasaki have no shortage of followers: […]
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