The Art of Twitter

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    Please feel free to use this image under the creative commons license.

    I created the graphic to drive traffic to my marketing blog as part of a buzz-building assignment for a graduate degree.

    Please attribute, link, like and comment -

    Help me explore the concept of online quid pro quo. You get great visual content and I get extra credit in my emerging media class. Or at least that's the cunning plan...

    Also, if you have an idea for a custom graphic you need for your own blog or website, please share with me at I'll give it my best shot to create something for you.

    macromary, ucedaman, Daniel Varo, and 35 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. redbirdqueue 56 months ago | reply

      We used this photo in the following article, "How To Customize Your Twitter Header".

    2. ElectronicAutomaton 55 months ago | reply

      This is great and very eye-catching. I used this in my blog: Thank you!

    3. abby_elaine00 54 months ago | reply

      Thank you! I used it in a flyer to advertise a Twitter Chat about Copyright and Fair Use. Proper attribution used on the flyer. #CopyrightinEd

    4. ljconrad 54 months ago | reply

      thank you ... used in a presentation on Twitter in the Classroom.

    5. massimopaolini 50 months ago | reply

      Great image. I used it on our post - Tweets in Google Search Results Return. The post will be published on February 10, 2015. (please read my profile for the link)

    6. lauren.simonis 49 months ago | reply

      Absolutely love this image. I used on my blog post here:

    7. jackiekearns14 42 months ago | reply

      Thank you! used it for the blog, "top tips for new twitter users".

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