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    Hands on YouTube and Flickr Tips Hands on YouTube and Flickr Tips Presentation Transcript

    • Content Leaders: Amy Hissrich Peter Hutchins Connecting Great Ideas and Great People www.asaecenter.org Hands on Module: Flickr & YouTube November 5, 2009 3:00-3:45
    • Why Social Photo and Video?
      • Benefits:
            • Increased member and staff engagement
            • Hosting and asset management
            • Ease of deployment
            • Reach
      • Considerations:
            • Which tool is right for you?
            • Rights
            • Accessibility
            • Vegas rule in reverse
            • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPU4awtuTsk
    • Have a Strategy
          • What business goals are you trying to achieve
          • How will you measure success
          • How will these tools support other efforts
          • What can you reuse
          • What is your exit strategy
    • Video: Effective Practices
      • Length: 3-5 Minutes
      • Audio: To Mic or Not to Mic and Ambient Sound
      • Selecting and working with participants
      • Editing: Taking video to the next level
    • YouTube: Creating an Account
    • Account Considerations
      • Who has access to the account/password?
      • What’s the right Gmail Email
      • Single versus Multiple Account
      • 508 Compliance
    • YouTube: Account Overview
    • YouTube: My Videos
    • YouTube: Upload Video
    • YouTube: Upload Video Entering keywords, title, and descriptions helps with findability
    • YouTube: Upload Video
    • YouTube: Upload Video
    • YouTube: Channel Settings
    • YouTube: Channel Settings
    • YouTube: Channel Settings
    • YouTube:Stats
    • YouTube: Video Library
    • YouTube: Video Library
    • Examples: IEEE
    • Examples: BarackObamadotcom
    • Examples: NRA
    • YouTube: Demos
    • YouTube: Video Blog
    • Flickr: Creating an Account
    • Account Considerations
      • Who has access to the account/password?
      • What’s the right Yahoo! Email
      • Single versus Multiple Account
      • Payment / Do you need a pro account?
    • Flickr Account Overivew Email Upload Contacts Activity/Uploads Stats
    • Flickr: Photo Upload Upload from local networks or memory cards Explore upload tools
      • To resize or not to resize?
    • Flickr: Photo Upload Upload from local networks or memory cards Explore upload tools Entering a title, description and tags Helps others Find your image Tip: Consider adding your URL as a link as part of the description to create inbound links—SEO loves it!
      • Labeling, describing and tagging is key
    • Flickr: Get Organized Upload from local networks or memory cards Explore upload tools Entering a title, description and tags Helps others Find your image Tip: Consider adding your URL as a link as part of the description to create inbound links—SEO loves it!
      • Sets and Collections
      Sets and collections are great for navigation and hierarchy and can be used for your signature events/conferences or different topics your photos may cover. Batch organizing makes it easy to quickly add photos to your sets
    • Flickr: Get Organized
      • Batch Processing
      • Batch organizing lets you:
        • Add tags
        • Set permissions and assign rights
        • Add to sets
        • Add to groups (and more)
      • As a batch without touching
      • each photo
    • Flickr: Get Social
      • Create Groups
    • Flickr: Get Social
      • Create Groups: Setting Privacy for the Group
    • Flickr: Get Social
      • Create Groups: Display to non-group members
    • Flickr: Get Social
      • Create Groups: What’s in a name
    • Flickr: Get Social
      • Create Groups: Deleting a group
      Leaving group as the last member lets you delete the group
    • Flickr: Get Social
      • Create Groups: Pool
    • Flickr: Get Social
      • Contacts
    • Flickr: Mapping
      • Create Groups: Geotag your content
        • By exact location or map it
    • Flickr: Stats
      • Daily Aggregate View
    • Flickr: Stats
      • Referrers and Overall Breakdown
    • Addition Items to Consider
      • Flickr versus Facebook
      • Signage at Events
      • Communicating preferred tags
      • Archiving / Backup [Flickr Downloadr]
    • Reuse Flickr Photos: Badges
    • Examples: Library of Congress
    • Examples: Smithsonian
    • Examples: NASA NASA held a tweetup, using Flickr-to-Twitter feature. People were able to tweet their questions to the STS-125 shuttle mission crew members and see the crew members as they responded on NASA HQ’s photostream, all via tweets to the hashtag,#nasatweetup.
    • Conclusion
      • Content integration/strategy
      • Reusable resources
      • Be open to change as these are evolving tools
      • Keep monitoring according to defined strategy
    • Contact Information Peter Hutchins Vice President, Social Media & Knowledge Initiatives ASAE & The Center for Association Leadership [email_address] @PeterHutchins Amy Hissrich Director, Web Strategy ASAE & The Center for Association Leadership [email_address] @ahissrich