-Created by the artist Jackson Thornburg out of Bozeman, Montana.
Content always has coolness potential. Social Den highlights the artists who inspire cool content in this ‘ode to the artist’ blog post. Feel free to use these Twitter birds, blue birds, cool birds, however you wish to view these flying creatures, any way you want. If you really like them, leave a comment for the artist Jackson Thornburg.
Content tip from the Social Den Bear – Don’t think inside the box. Don’t think outside the box. See through the box, and turn yourself into a pyramid. *Jazz music playing in the background*
Who says Facebook and Twitter get to have all of the short-length posting fun! Let your website be another social mainstay of the company. Reach-out and interact with your audience through your blog like you would your Facebook business page. Look at us, we just took a couple minutes to give you guys a shout-out, a quick high-five, and a bomb diggity tip on content strategy! Keep on coming back for more scribbles, bits, and healthy greetings.
Character count: Who cares! Have fun, be creative.
It happens to all of us; we simply get stuck, every step a mucky battle, stopping us in our imaginary tracks. Have you gotten to the point where every idea you generate feels uninspired and dull? Your fingers shake when you try to place them over a keyboard. Leaving you at the point where you are pulling your hair out because the thought of coming up with another creative post for your blog is literally greying you. You keep refilling your coffee till you can’t focus on the computer screen anymore, so you call it quits and post a youtube video that some other company posted a month before.
Establishing one’s online presence can be attributed to a series of steps, however, one of the most important lies in the act of publishing your content. What are the proper elementary steps to take in refining your material so it is “website ready?” While there are constantly changing aspects of online publishing (Google updates, SEO requirements, keyword changes, etc.), there will always be fundamental approaches one can apply. Understanding this, as well as what red flags one should look for when reviewing their material, is crucial in creating a successful product.