We integrate our work into the social space. Our sites, print, and video are the signals which deliver your message; you know your audience, we make the signal visible.
Facebook: Oh great, now a movie about a computer program! Well I have my students to thank for introducing me to Facebook. They created an account for me when I was teaching at James Madison University in ’05. When FB began, it required an .edu email address, so I got a bit of a leap on the game. I had to cancel my initial account to keep from seeing photos of their drunken shenanigans; I didn’t want their potential colored by their freaky kinetics. Maybe a movie about PowerpointÂ®Â next?
Note, the population of Facebook is now larger than that of every country on the planet except for India and China.
Twitter: We know what Twitter is for and we know how you can use it (and how not to). Concision my friend.
YouTube and Flickr: These are special media spaces requiring special execution. We are lovers of all image types, so we have a strong affinity for integrating these networks. Hey, did you know the #2 search engine is now YouTube? More searches are performed on YouTube than Yahooâ€”think about that! Needless to say, we incorporate all our video work into social media.
What about the other social media? Oh, like:
Orkut, MySpace, Digg, Reddit, Ping, etc?
Not so much.