Photo Sharing

Photo Sharing This discussion of photo sharing, particularly Flickr as a marketing tool, is from a Communications 2.0 presentation. WATCH the next segment on Podcasting: www.youtube.com This presentation was given before a nonprofit communications class at Hamline University in Saint Paul, Minnesota on April 16, 2007. The presentation was given by Ann Treacy of Treacy Information Services and David Erickson of the e-Strategy Internet Marketing Blog at e-StrategyBlog.com. VISIT the eStrategy blog e-StrategyBlog.com AND the eStrategy After Hours blog AfterHours.e-Strategy.com SUBSCRIBE to the Daily Numbers eNewsletter bit.ly LIKE eStrategy on Facebook: facebook.com FOLLOW eStrategy on Twitter: twitter.com

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3 Comments

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  2. This girl did’t succesfuly learn to speak.

  3. Flickr sucks they closed my account and won’t give any reason or refund, they are theifs do not waste your time on them—-

    This is their excuse for stealing my money and wasting my time.

    # Don’t be creepy.
    You know the guy. Don’t be that guy.
    -Terrence

    Hello,
    Flickr policy is that we do not offer refunds.
    -Terrence

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