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Nov 05 2013
As a follow up to my previous post, “I’m not on Facebook; Perspectives from a College Student,” I want to share the networks that I am on and how you can connect with college students, like me. Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest connect us to our online community in different ways – here’s a list of do’s and don’ts I look for in a business on each network.
Why we follow businesses on Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest…
With over 23.7 million followers YouTube has been named one of Twitter’s top most engaging brands. Youtube’s post are mainly made up of the top rated videos on YouTube and upcoming YouTube events. Their fans find them engaging because they are showing the content that average users have created and giving light on the everyday lives of their fans.
You can see their products being brought to a pumpkin patch or even visiting the white house. Their images aren’t just cups of coffee – they are artistic and unique making them something people would want to see.
You can find their instructional videos or infographics pinned all over Pinterest. Home Depot’s typical target market is men but on Pinterest, made up of mainly women (over 60%), Home Depot pins crafts, design ideas, and “Do-it-Herself” projects.
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