I’ve joined Steemit!!

Hey everyone, just wanted y’all to know I’m on Steemit now. Here’s my profile: https://steemit.com/@rayshiuimages If you’re on Steemit, come check me out so I can follow ya back. If you’re not on Steemit, I encourage you to check it out, especially if you’re a content producer! Here’s the link to check ’em out: https://steemit.com

If you don’t know what Steemit is, it’s a social media platform like Facebook the difference being Facebook keeps all the revenue generated through YOUR data and has the power to censor/remove your content. Steemit shares at least some of it back to its users and your content is stored on a blockchain so it can’t be censored or deleted. It’s best if you check it out yourself as this subject could be touchy for some folks…

Peace y’all!!



Handy tools for content creation

As a photographer with blog or such, sometimes creating content can be difficult. Check out this article on Linkedin by Isabella Barbato entitled “A handy set of tools for content creation” Go on, check it out.



Get Your Photos Out There!: How To Promote Your Work Online And Through Social Media | Shutterbug

Source: Get Your Photos Out There!: How To Promote Your Work Online And Through Social Media | Shutterbug



Social Media Widget and linkedin

If you’re using the “Social Media Icons (jetpack)” widget and you’re trying to enter your username in the field but you can’t find your Linkedin username you can usually find it when you navigate to your Linkedin “public profile” page and look in the address bar. Your username comes after “Linkedin.com/in”.

If you’re like me who had a string of number separated by slashes and have “/pub/” in front of those numbers, you may have difficulties getting the Linkedin button to navigate to your page (after entering your username into the Linkedin field of the widget). The only way I could get the button navigate to my Linkedin profile page was to change my username.

I changed my username in my Linkedin Public Profile page. On the right side of the page, there’s an option to “customize your public profile url”. Change yours to something memorable and your username will become that.

For example, my url now is: http://sg.linkedin.com/in/RayShiuPhotography. Prior to that it was something like http://www.sg.linkedin.com/pub/86/988/654 (I can’t remember what the numbers were exactly). Now to get the Linkedin button of the Social Media Icons (jetpack) widget to get to my linked in page, I enter RayShiuPhotography into the Linkedin field, click Save, and voila…everything works.