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    • Get Started with Social Media volume 1 Meylah’s eBook Series for Creatives Click Here to Subscribe eBooks
    • subscribe to this Table of Contents free eBook series Social Media: How to Create an How to Get Started Event on Facebook Introduction by Ram Dutt How to Get Opening Your Started on Facebook First Flickr Group! by Courtney Dirks by Francis Raymond How to Get How to Find and Source Started on Twitter an Image with Creative by Francis Raymond Commons and Flickr by Jason Dirks eBooks 2
    • Social Media: subscribe to this How to Get Started free eBook series Introduction / by Ram Dutt > s Social media is a process...it's just • Start Slow: Start slow and get like building any great relationship, used to one medium at a time. it takes time and effort. Success is • Inform with Good Content: Use built with dedication and passion social media to be useful to others. and although we may see overnight • Make it Short and Sweet: Summarize success, a long term approach is and get to the point quickly. usually more effective. Several • Promote Others: Find ways to mediums such as Facebook, Twitter share and talk about others that and Flickr have emerged over the provide value. past few years to help us in building • Listen and Respond: Keep the not only professional relationships, channels of communication always Photo credit: Matt Hamm but personal relationships as well. humming. Whether you want to be more • Ensure Consistency and Honesty: Social media is a great medium to efficient in your creative business, Consistency builds networks and help creatives nurture relationships develop new relationships with fellow honesty will always win in the long and become more efficient in their artists, or just share more regularly run. businesses. It can be used for both with your family and friends, let us personal and professional growth as show you a SIMPLE way to build We sincerely hope this information well as a wonderful tool to benefit your social media presence for long will help take some of the edge off the community. term success. the social media confusion. share this view this post this on facebook on meylah on twitter eBooks 3
    • How To Get subscribe to this Started on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Courtney Dirks > s organizations where you may have a Related Articles shared interest. – Get with the Facebook Program! Facebook can be used personally – 7 Smart Ways to Juggle Social Media and professionally. For the creative – 10 Ways to Maximize the Facebook individual who operates on a small Fan Page budget and a limited amount of – Find Your Flock on Facebook: 10 Tips time, you can use Facebook to From a Community Manager communicate to everyone in your friends list as well as the groups you are connected with. For example, Photo credit: escapedtowisconsin Facebook can be used as a great marketing tool to broadcast an Description: upcoming event to everyone you Facebook is a great social know and it costs you nothing. So, networking medium. It allows your let’s get started with registering and friends to be tuned into what’s creating your account on Facebook. going on in your life and vice versa. It also allows you to make new friends and connect with groups and share this view this post this on facebook on meylah on twitter eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 4
    • How To Get subscribe to this Started on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Courtney Dirks > s Step 1: Go to Facebook.com The first step is to go to the Facebook’s website and create your account. Fill in the information required to create your account and then click on the button “Sign Up”. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 5
    • How To Get subscribe to this Started on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Courtney Dirks > s Step 2: Find Your Friends The next screen will prompt you to automatically find friends from your email database. At this time we recommend to skip this step and we will cover it later in Step 10. Click on “skip this step” for now. If you decide you want to find your friends now, just follow the instructions on the screen. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 6
    • How To Get subscribe to this Started on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Courtney Dirks > s Step 3: Your Profile The next screen will prompt you to fill in your profile information. Skip this step for now and we’ll come back to it in Steps 5 and 6 where you will be able to fill in the information. Click on “skip”. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 7
    • How To Get subscribe to this Started on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Courtney Dirks > s Step 4: Upload Your Picture The next step is to upload your profile picture, basically a nice picture to represent you on the site. Either you can upload a photo of yourself or your product if you like. You can do this by clicking on “Upload a Photo” or you can use the webcam on your computer to instantly take a photo of you. Whatever your choice, you can make your selection or as before you can skip this step for now and come back to it later. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 8
    • How To Get subscribe to this Started on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Courtney Dirks > s Step 5: Basic Information This will lead to your main page “Account Page”. There are four sections to this page. You can fill in as much information as you would like and you can choose some information to be confidential as well. You can make this choice under each of the four sections. The first section is “Basic Information”. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 9
    • How To Get subscribe to this Started on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Courtney Dirks > s Step 6: Detailed Information Once you complete the basic information, click on “Save Changes”. Then click on the arrow next to “Personal Information” which will give you more fields to fill in. Once you are done with this, click on “Save Changes”. Proceed with the other sections labeled “Contact Information” and “Education and Work”. By giving as much information as possible, Facebook will connect you to family, old pals, and colleagues. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 10
    • How To Get subscribe to this Started on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Courtney Dirks > s Step 7: Your Account Settings Now, you’re done with giving your information. The next step I would highly recommend is to set up your account settings to manage who can view your information and some safe practices. To do this, click on “Settings” on the top right side of the screen and choose “Account Settings”. Verify the information on each section titled “Name”, “Username”, “Email”, “Password”, “Linked Accounts”, “Security Question”, and “Privacy”. Make sure all the information is correct and edit any information that will help you with navigating in and out of the account. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 11
    • How To Get subscribe to this Started on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Courtney Dirks > s Step 8: Notifications from Facebook Now, click on the “Notification” tab and make sure that Facebook will communicate with you the way you prefer. Just check the boxes for your preference. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 12
    • How To Get subscribe to this Started on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Courtney Dirks > s Step 9: Your Privacy The next important step is to decide on your Privacy Settings that will allow Facebook to show you in various searches. For this step, click on “Settings” on the top right side of the page and select “Privacy Settings”. This will open a page with four sections. Click on each section and choose how you want to be found or seen on Facebook searches. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 13
    • How To Get subscribe to this Started on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Courtney Dirks > s Step 10: Now, Find Your Friends The next step is to find friends that you can invite to create your group of friends. To do this, click on “Friends”. There are three ways you can search for friends. The first one is the automated way by asking Facebook to go through your email list on outlook or you can upload a contact list. To do this, click on “Upload Contact File”. The other way is the let Facebook find all the people you email from an account such as “Yahoo” or “Gmail”. To do this, fill out your email address and password and click on “Find Friends”. The last one is to find friends one at a time by entering individual email addresses. To do this enter the email address in the field and click on the search icons. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 14
    • How to Get subscribe to this Started on Twitter free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s are valid concerns, but let's stop for an amazing venue to meet new worrying and get you started. prospective customers or exchange/ follow-up with existing ones! We Description: won't cover everything Twitter-related, Twitter is a micro-blogging platform. though. Let's start with the basics: It asks users to share thoughts, 140 registration. characters at a time. Everybody can find and read your tweets (that's what Related Articles a message is called on Twitter) and – Twitter what! you can do the same. It's not unlike sending a SMS to a friend, though – Community Building series – 5 Twitter Photo credit: ~ilse with Twitter everybody can receive Search Engines that message. It's like texting on a – 5 Social Media Mistakes You’re Probably Everyone I know (myself included) has global scale! Making had twit-fright at one point or another. – Get your Creative Business Started by You're not alone if you're wondering, Twitter is great to meet and connect Focusing on 3 Areas "What the heck is this Twit-thing?" with other individuals or businesses. "Am I gonna sound dumb?" or "Who There are a number of ways to find cares what I am doing now? I was just like-minded people, and if you sell making tea. Hello, adrenaline!" These your craft or art online, Twitter makes share this view this post this on facebook on meylah on twitter eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 15
    • How to Get subscribe to this Started on Twitter free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s Step 1: Go to Twitter.com First things first, to get started on Twitter you need an account. Go to twitter.com to get the process started. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 16
    • How to Get subscribe to this Started on Twitter free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s Step 2: Sign Up Now Click on the "Sign Up Now" button to open up your account. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 17
    • How to Get subscribe to this Started on Twitter free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s Step 3: Enter your Credentials Now fill in the blanks. As you can see, Twitter asks for a minimum of information about you. This speeds up the registration process. Once you're done, press "Create my Account." eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 18
    • How to Get subscribe to this Started on Twitter free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s Step 4: Find your Friends Twitter now lets you find friends that are already on the network, by using your email address book! Whether you're with Gmail, Yahoo! or AOL, it can find who's already on Twitter so that you can connect with them right away. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 19
    • How to Get subscribe to this Started on Twitter free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s Step 5: Follow New People Next Twitter asks if you'd like to follow popular Twitterers (yes, there's a name for people who Tweet, too!) If someone from that list inspires you, add them to your follow list right away. You can also add them later. Not inspired? Click "Skip this Step" underneath the "Finish" button. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 20
    • How to Get subscribe to this Started on Twitter free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s Step 6: Twitter's Interface Here we are, you now have a Twitter profile! You will get used to this interface, since this is where most of Twitter's activity takes place. Next steps will explain it in more detail. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 21
    • How to Get subscribe to this Started on Twitter free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s Step 7: Following, Followers On Twitter, you can follow people and be followed. You will have direct access to Tweets from the people you follow, and your followers will have direct access to your Tweets. Clicking on "Following" or "Followers" will bring up a list of profiles. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 22
    • How to Get subscribe to this Started on Twitter free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s Step 8: Direct Messages and Replies You can send simple tweets, reply to a tweet (@ username) or send someone a direct message (DM username). The main difference between a reply and a direct message is its privacy - a direct message can only be seen by the person it is addressed to. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 23
    • How to Get subscribe to this Started on Twitter free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s Step 9: Tweet! Twitter asks "What are you doing now?", but you can talk about anything you want. The best advice we can give you is to engage with people, and have discussions with them. Spend some time researching cool twitterers and then start replying to their tweets. This is how you will get the most value out of Twitter! eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 24
    • Download This eBook! > > s If you enjoy this eBook, please You Can: consider sending it to your – Download This eBook friends and network! – Share This eBook by Email – Post or Embed This eBook on Your Blog with Slideshare – Post to Twitter Pssssst! Go to next page for more content! > eBooks 25
    • How to Create an subscribe to this Event on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Ram Dutt > s give them an opportunity to listen print multiple flyers or invitations. when they have time. Related Articles Description – 6 Basic Principles for Organizing an We will walk you through the steps Art and Craft Event for creating an event on Facebook and the various activities to invite – Creative Ways to Increase Your Fan your friends and utilize their network Base of friends to spread the word. – Community Building Series – Your Facebook Community It doesn’t cost anything, it’s very – Working your network: 5 Ways Photo credit: Benstein effective and it’s easy to use! Budget Networking Can Boost Business is important and today we have Facebook provides a great platform access to several online mediums to leverage your network and that effectively communicate communicate with them on their our messages to a wide reaching schedule and at no cost to you. audience at a minimal cost. And Instead of interrupting your friends don’t forget, there is a great to let them know what’s happening environmental benefit to using these in your life, this format allows you to online mediums by not having to share this view this post this on facebook on meylah on twitter eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 26
    • How to Create an subscribe to this Event on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Ram Dutt > s Step 1: Go to facebook.com Log into your account. If you do not have an account, we have a Byte-Syze Learning on How To Get Started on Facebook. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 27
    • How to Create an subscribe to this Event on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Ram Dutt > s Step 2: Navigating to the Events Calendar Click on Settings on the top right corner of the page and choose “Application Settings”. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 28
    • How to Create an subscribe to this Event on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Ram Dutt > s Step 3: Where are Your Events Along with several other things that you can do such as join “Groups”, upload “Photos” and “Video”, there is a place where you can create an event and see a list of events that you’ve been invited to. Click on the “Event” icon. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 29
    • How to Create an subscribe to this Event on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Ram Dutt > s Step 4: Creating a New Event Click on the “Create an Event” button to get started creating the new event you are planning. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 30
    • How to Create an subscribe to this Event on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Ram Dutt > s Step 5: Scheduling the Event On this page, you will fill out the “Title”, “Location” and “Date & Time” of the event. You can also choose who can view this event. There are three choices: Open, Close or Secret. Anyone can see an “Open” event and join. A “Closed” event can be seen by everyone but only invitees can join. A “Secret” event does not show up on searches and if you stumble upon one you can view information only if you get invited. Click on “Create Event”. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 31
    • How to Create an subscribe to this Event on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Ram Dutt > s Step 6: Add Details of Your Event On this page you can add an image to represent your event. This could be pictures of products, a flyer, etc. You can choose the type of the event and the event theme. If this is an open event then the event will be found in appropriate searches. Add a description of the event and think about what will attract attendees. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 32
    • How to Create an subscribe to this Event on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Ram Dutt > s Step 7: More Details of Your Event Select the options on how you would like the event to be seen to someone coming to the event page. Click “Save and Continue” after you make your selection. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 33
    • How to Create an subscribe to this Event on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Ram Dutt > s Step 8: Confirmation Click on “Skip” so that you can select your friends to invite to the Event. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 34
    • How to Create an subscribe to this Event on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Ram Dutt > s Step 9: Invitee List There are two ways you can invite people to your event. First, add them from your friends list. Go through the many pages of the friends list and keep adding them by clicking on each individual friend you would like to invite. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 35
    • How to Create an subscribe to this Event on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Ram Dutt > s Step 10: Personal Touch The second way to add others is by listing their email addresses in the box titled “Invite People via Email”. Below this box you can add a personal note to all the guests you want to invite. Once you are done click on “Send Invitation” and magically the invitations are sent. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 36
    • How to Create an subscribe to this Event on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Ram Dutt > s Step 11: Your Event This is your event page. You can add “Photos” to show more images which could be products of all the artists and crafters who will be showcasing at the event or any other photo you would like to share. Similarly you can add “Video” content or list any links as a reference. You can also manage the event by inviting others, sending messages to invitees, and much more on the right hand pane of the screen. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 37
    • How to Create an subscribe to this Event on Facebook free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Ram Dutt > s Step 12: Making changes to your Event Congratulations! You have created the event and sent your invitations. If you need to make any changes, it can easily be done by clicking on “Settings” and choose “Application Settings”. Then click on the “Events” button as described in steps 2 & 3 above. Here you can make changes, edit information, send messages and just about anything else you want to do as the event coordinator. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 38
    • Opening Your subscribe to this First Flickr Group! free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s social network, it is time to have effort into it, it will do great things a closer look at starting your own for you. Flickr Group. Without further ado, let's start the next installment of the Related Articles Byte-Syze Learning tutorial series! – How to Get Started on Flickr: Registering! Description A Flickr group is a fantastic tool to – Flickr Groups – Crafting, Blogging and meet likeminded folks and promote Promoting your art and craft. Setting up your – Community Building Strategy Series: own group is also dead easy! Connecting Inside Flickr Photo credit: ~BostonBill~ – The Benefits of Hooking Up With An Well, opening and managing your Online Craft Community Part 1 I have some more Flickr love to own Flickr Group can give your – The Benefits of Hooking Up With An spread around today. Remember business some much needed Online Craft Community Part 2 the last Byte-Syze Learning on visibility. Of course, you will how to register on Flickr and the need to get in touch with fellow Flickr Groups overview? Well, now Flickr members and get them to that you are acquainted with the participate in your group for it to basics of sharing photos on this work, but if you put some time and share this view this post this on facebook on meylah on twitter eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 39
    • Opening Your subscribe to this First Flickr Group! free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s Step 1: Your Interface Start by logging into your Flickr account. If you don't have one yet, check out this tutorial to get you started on Flickr. Once you're in, look for the "Groups" item in the top menu. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 40
    • Opening Your subscribe to this First Flickr Group! free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s Step 2: Create a New Group From that same menu, select the last item: "Create a New Group." eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 41
    • Opening Your subscribe to this First Flickr Group! free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s Step 3: Public VS. Private The next page will prompt you to choose whether your new group will be a public, a semi-public or a private one. If you intend to share your photos with a select few, choose "private group". If you're opening a group to help boost your business, go for a public one. Semi-public groups are visible to anyone, but photo contributions are by invitation only. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 42
    • Opening Your subscribe to this First Flickr Group! free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s Step 4: Naming your Group Great, now it is time to name and describe your group! Try finding a catchy name for it or simply use the name of your shop or website. Make sure though that people will feel compelled to participate in your group, so if its name is all about you, try to open it up a little by also using some keywords related to your business such as craft, art, knitting, etc. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 43
    • Opening Your subscribe to this First Flickr Group! free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s Step 5: Your Group's Features The next screen will ask you to choose the type of features you want for your group. You can enable "Group discussion" and "Group photo pool." You probably want to enable both of these features, especially the photo pool! eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 44
    • Opening Your subscribe to this First Flickr Group! free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s Step 6: The Craft Police It is now time to attribute titles to your group members. There are 3 types of members: Admins, Moderators and Members. The admin is you and/or anyone you will name as an admin. These guys have access to all your group's settings, so make sure your admins are trustworthy. Moderators are named by admins and will moderate discussions and the photo pool. Members are users who participate within the group. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 45
    • Opening Your subscribe to this First Flickr Group! free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s Step 7: Your Setting Page This is your setting page. I won't cover all of it today, but we will have a look at adding an icon for your group and changing your group's URL. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 46
    • Opening Your subscribe to this First Flickr Group! free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s Step 8: Adding a Flickr Group Icon To add an icon to your group, press on "Your Group Icon" to get started. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 47
    • Opening Your subscribe to this First Flickr Group! free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s Step 9: Uploading the Icon Almost done! Flickr handles images in a square format, ideally 48px by 48px. You can actually upload any image format, though Flickr will automatically resize it (and not always for the best). For your own sake, crop the icon in your favorite image editor first (Gimp and Photoshop come to mind), so you stay in control of how it is rendered! Once you're done, press "Upload" to set your group's icon. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 48
    • Opening Your subscribe to this First Flickr Group! free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s Step 10: Setting your Group's URL By default, a URL will be assigned to your group. In order to make it easier for people to find your group in search engines, it would be a good idea to give it a specific, descriptive URL. Press on "Flickr Web Address" from the setting menu to change it. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 49
    • Opening Your subscribe to this First Flickr Group! free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s Step 11: Choosing your Alias Here you can set your own alias. Your group's name or descriptive keywords for your groups would be ideal. Remember that once your URL has been set you can't change it, so choose wisely! eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 50
    • Opening Your subscribe to this First Flickr Group! free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Francis Raymond > s Step 12: Your Group! Ta-da! You are now the admin of a new Flickr group! Now start inviting members to share in it and spend some time curating your new community! eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 51
    • How to Find and Source an Image subscribe to this with Creative Commons and Flickr free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Jason Dirks > s Description awareness and visibility which can Creative Commons is a nonprofit lead to future business. So, let's get organization that allows people to started on finding and sourcing a license or grant permission for their Creative Commons image through work (like images, video and blogs) Flickr. for others to use. In this Byte-Syze Learning, you will learn step by step Related Articles how to find and source a Creative – Create Your Blog: The Nuts and Bolts Commons licensed image through of a Good Blog Post Flickr. – Creative Commons: The What, Why Utilizing images through Creative and How Photo credit: c.fuentes2007 Commons is free and allows you Have you ever wanted to improve your to improve the look and feel of blog posts or publications with great your blog or another publication images and didn't know how to do if you don't have the photography it? Today, we want to share with you resources that may be required. a Byte-Syze Learning on how to find And, for those that share their work and source Creative Commons images through Creative Commons, it opens on Flickr to do just that. up a place to have their work gain share this view this post this on facebook on meylah on twitter eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 52
    • How to Find and Source an Image subscribe to this with Creative Commons and Flickr free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Jason Dirks > s Step 1: Sign into Flickr Go to Flickr and sign into your account. If you don't have an account, sign up for an account to get a username and password. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 53
    • How to Find and Source an Image subscribe to this with Creative Commons and Flickr free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Jason Dirks > s Step 2: Search Click on the drop-down list for Search and select "Everyone's Uploads". eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 54
    • How to Find and Source an Image subscribe to this with Creative Commons and Flickr free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Jason Dirks > s Step 3: Advanced Search Click on the Advanced Search button to begin your search for Creative Commons images. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 55
    • How to Find and Source an Image subscribe to this with Creative Commons and Flickr free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Jason Dirks > s Step 4: Enter Keyword(s) and Select Creative Commons Enter the keyword(s) for your search. In this case, I've chosen to search for an image with a "sunset". At the bottom of this window, check the box that is titled "Only search within Creative Commons-licensed content" and then I've also checked the box "Find content to modify, adapt or build upon" so if we want, we can ensure it's going to be ok to modify the original image. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 56
    • How to Find and Source an Image subscribe to this with Creative Commons and Flickr free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Jason Dirks > s Step 5: Find an Image Find an image from the selection available and click on that image. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 57
    • How to Find and Source an Image subscribe to this with Creative Commons and Flickr free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Jason Dirks > s Step 6: Confirm Creative Commons Licensing Once you select your preferred image, scroll down on the right and view the section for Additional Information. Click on the link "Some rights reserved" to see the licensing for the image. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 58
    • How to Find and Source an Image subscribe to this with Creative Commons and Flickr free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Jason Dirks > s Step 7: Creative Commons Licensing This will show you the licensing of the image and what you are free to do. As you can see, we can share the image on our blog as well as remix or adapt the image as we have done by adding the Byte-Syze Learning logo above. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 59
    • How to Find and Source an Image subscribe to this with Creative Commons and Flickr free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Jason Dirks > s Step 8: Select the Image Size Once you have selected your image, select the "All Sizes" button above the image in order to select the size you want to download. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 60
    • How to Find and Source an Image subscribe to this with Creative Commons and Flickr free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Jason Dirks > s Step 9: Download the Image Click the "Download the Original size" link to download your image. It is always best to download the image onto your desktop in order to use the image from your own files rather than link to it as the owner may move or replace the original image and if that happens, your blog or publication may be impacted. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 61
    • How to Find and Source an Image subscribe to this with Creative Commons and Flickr free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Jason Dirks > s Step 10: Save the Image Select "Save File" and then click the "OK" button to download the image. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 62
    • How to Find and Source an Image subscribe to this with Creative Commons and Flickr free eBook series Byte-Syze Learning / by Jason Dirks > s Step 11: Add a Comment on Flickr After you use the image, make sure you add a comment where you found the image so the owner can see that you have used their work. eBooks Byte-Syze Learning 63
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    • subscribe to this free eBook series > s Contributors wildlife and nature, travel, sports and pursue a career in interaction design Ram Dutt, an engineer by profession adventure. and enjoy all the great art and culture who comes from a family of this city has to offer. musicians and artists. He sees his Courtney Dirks, a recent escapee own passion for music and art in his of the corporate world with a Stay Tuned… nine year old son, who has already background in commercial real As part of the Meylah Byte-Syze inspired many with his art and estate, communications, and sales. Learning eBook Series, we will be has led Ram to foster creativity in She began alleviating her stress at releasing our next eBook in the series many others. Ram and his family work through creating handmade on Branding this Summer 2010. live in Seattle, which is full of life, jewelry. After bouncing around the We will share topics like designing energy and an enthusiastic creative west coast for years, she settled your logo, creating your business community. in Seattle and has found great cards and product tags, and all joy traveling, playing sports and the important things that go into Jason Dirks, a business interacting with the local creative building your brand so stay tuned! management consultant by day and community. a passionate outdoor photographer by night (or any other hour he can Francis Raymond, a jack-of-all-trades get outside and take pictures)! He with a background in fine arts and an and his wife live in beautiful Seattle, acute sense for user-centered design. which provides the ideal landscape Curious and well traveled, he has for his photographic interests: settled for now in Montreal, Canada to eBooks 65
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