Why URLs and Thumbnails are Important. #internet101

In this day and age of sharing content, attention to URLs and thumbnails are pertinent. 1. there is an average of 50+ million shares on your Twitter and Facebook streams. Every piece of content you take the time to share, only has one shot. Don’t muck it up. 2. Content aggregated to Facebook and Twitter does not contain searchable meta data. Think about keywords.

Oh Yahoo, you sadden me.

ps: Separately, am I the only one who still can’t get over how UPS drivers make $74k?? Seriously, still in awe.

4 thoughts on “Why URLs and Thumbnails are Important. #internet101

  1. Hey, it takes financial incentive for people to resist the urge to open all those mystery boxes with labels from: Amazon, Zappos, eBags, Overstock, Apple etc.

    I wonder if it feels like you got left off of the Christmas list every single day if you work as the UPS driver… cuz none of the boxes are for you :D

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