Advertise your images with Hootsuite. - Dreamstime
Sponsor the web their images is essential to allow the world to know and to increase, consequently, sales.
There are several ways to sponsor our images, but the quickest is to sponsor them through social networks.
However it stands, an organizational problem, in sponsorship with these resources: time. How to sponsor the pictures on social networks without going mad? I am convinced that many of you will click on the image and then use the arrow keys sharing provided by Dreamstime.
Very good but very expensive in terms of time.
Today I want to advise you a platform that some of you surely know: HootSuite.
Hootsuite is a web site from which you can manage multiple social networks simultaneously: through this site, in fact, we can post content on social networks and more important, but not least, the option with publishers, we can post the publication of contents any time, without having to do it time to time, day to day.
It is really simple: you access the web site of HootSuite, you sign up, you add the social network that you prefer (up to 5 in the free version, but there is the possibility to handle multiple pages or profiles of the same social network) and then you start to edit as you wish, on one or all social network.
I found this site very useful and there are many famous companies that are using it. Managing, I, an activity that includes three blogs, microstock and graphics on demand, you realize how important it's for me to have an efficient way to help me attend to these practices, but I think that is comfortable for everyone.
If you have trouble using, contact me: if I can help you.
Photo credits: Gheburaseye.
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