The Grand Social Media Experiment. We learn by doing.


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Look to your communication plan , mission statements , visions,  or goals for your organization for content quality, These elements guide the dialogue between your organization and the public you want to engage.

Develop a poster for your Pinterest board by using previously successful PowerPoint presentations for content. (http://pinterest.com/pin/295971006731732646/)

Save a copy of  an original PP presentation as a JPEG, that will generate a JPEG file for every slide.
You can edit the files as you place them in the new poster file and add additional text boxes as you need them

I created a 22” x 7.5”  PP master slide. Save it as  a single slide file, JPEG or PNG when finished.

I used 11 of the original 22 PP slides, that were converted to JPEGs. Tailor the contents to the message you want to send on your Pinterest account, no need to use all the slides.

Establish size standards for the infographics on one board for your organizations site. This will increase the ‘readability’ factor.  Remember the elements used to brand your organization, color, logo and unique type face.


Check our the next edition of PRACTICAL PR – Zan

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We're a class learning about the ins and outs of social media. We learn by doing.

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