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Flickr social media guidelines! How to use Flickr? Flickr social media guidelines! How to use Flickr? Presentation Transcript

  • FLICKR SOCIAL MEDIA GUIDELINES
  • WHAT IS Flickr?
    • Flickr is a free site for storing, organizing and sharing photos
    • To use Flickr you must have a Yahoo account
    • Once your account is created, you can sign in and start uploading photos and videos
    • You can either go for free membership or pro membership
  • Flickr BASICS: WHAT CAN BE DONE?
    • Sharing Photos and Videos
    • Discussions and Groups participation
    • Images sharing to groups pool
    • Commenting and requesting comments and favs
    • Tagging images with the keywords
    • Community Building
  • FREE Flickr ACCOUNT DETAILS
    • Monthly photo upload limit upto 100 MB
    • 2 videos upload monthly
    • 3 Photosets can be created
    • Photostreams views limited to 200 most recent images
    • Storage of smaller (resized) images.
    • Add photos to maximum of 10 groups pool
  • PRO Flickr ACCOUNT
    • Price $24.95/Year
    • Unlimited photos upload
    • Ad free browsing and sharing
    • Statistics and demographics
    • Unlimited photosets and storage
    • Add photos to 60 groups pools.
    • Permanent archiving of high-resolution original images
  • Flickr: GETTING STARTED Create a Yahoo login, if you don’t have one
  • Flickr: GETTING STARTED Login and choose a Flickr Username
  • Flickr: GETTING STARTED Ready to go
  • Flickr: GETTING STARTED Upload images and videos
  • Flickr: GETTING STARTED Add Title, description and tags
  • Flickr: GETTING STARTED/ . `````````````````````` Create and add photos to the set
  • Flickr: GETTING STARTED Set up your Flickr custom URL
  • Flickr: GETTING STARTED Create profile and fill information
  • Flickr: UPLOADING PHOTOS
    • There are 5 ways to upload your photos to Flickr
    • Via upload webpage
    • via the Flickr Uploader (available for both PC and Mac)
    • via iPhoto, Aperture, or Windows XP plug-ins
    • via email
    • via various free third-party desktop programs
  • Flickr: Flickr SETS
    • Sets-- a grouping of photos that you can organize around a certain theme, such as Our Get Together . You can use them to highlight your favorite photos, or make an album that is only pictures of your employees in the party, or of photos you've taken with a particular camera.
  • Flickr: ORGANIZE
    • The Organizer is where both Collections and Sets are created. It also allows you to perform common tasks on large batches of photos, such as tagging, changing permissions, or editing timestamps etc.
  • Flickr: COLLECTIONS
    • Collections are a grouping of Sets (or other Collections) so you can organize around grander themes, such as People , Trips , Events or by Month and Year.
  • Flickr: EXPLORING Flickr
    • Tags
    • Favorites
    • Contacts
    • Groups
    • Maps and Location
  • Flickr: TAGS
  • Flickr: FAVORITES
  • Flickr: CONTACTS
  • Flickr: CONTACTS IMAGES
  • Flickr: GROUPS
    • Groups are a way for people to come together around a common interest or a topic.
    • If you can’t find a group which interests you , start your own.
    • Groups can either be public, public (invite only), or completely private. Every group has a pool for sharing photos and a discussion board for talking and conversation.
  • Flickr: CREATE YOUR OWN GROUP
  • Flickr: ADDING IMAGES TO GROUP POOL
  • Flickr: ADDING IMAGES TO A LOCATION
  • Flickr: INFORMATION DISPLAY
  • Flickr: PRIVACY SETTINGS
    • Privacy is a common area for concern on the web, but on Flickr it’s easy to control who you share your images with. For each of your photos on Flickr you can set:
      • privacy level , which determines who can see your image
      • usage license , so your copyrights are protected
      • content type , flag your photos as either photos, artwork/illustrations, or screenshots
      • safety level , so other members only see images within their specified comfort zones
    • You can choose who can see your photos, add tags, notes, favs and comments
  • Flickr: PRIVACY & PERMISSION
  • Flickr: EMAILS & NOTIFICATIONS
  • Flickr: INTEGRATION & EXTENDING
  • Flickr: BEST PRACTICES
    • Be relevant, and avoid uploading rubbish and nonsense photos
    • Organize all your collection
    • Converse with your friends on Flickr
    • Avoid spam of any kind (to gain excitement and exposure)
    • Post product images with suitable title and notes
    • Be responsive and participate in the group conversations
    • Don’t promote yourself on groups
    • Post images of events, parties and get-together of your company
    Getting most out of flickr
  • Flickr: USAGE GUIDELINES Some Do’s of using Flickr
    • Building a community of people on Flickr
    • Joining a cause, event or interest through groups
    • Developing client specific guidelines for employees on flickr
    • Integrating (Flickr) with other social media activities
    • Generating engaging conversations in your group
    • Make Flickr as your important social media tool
  • Flickr: USAGE GUIDELINES Some Don'ts of using Flickr
    • Advertising your products and services
    • Behaving in an unethical or otherwise defamatory manner
    • Spamming messages on other’s groups
    • Replacing existing advertising and PR department
    • Wasting time engaging with people
    • Using abusive language while responding to a comment
  • THANK YOU!