Social Media Shortcut: Share your photos across multiple networks with 1 upload

Sharing photos online is a great way to engage others in conversation.  But – should you share to Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Picasa, or somewhere else?  The answer is: YES!  I’m all in favor of sharing the same photos across multiple platforms at once.  By doing so, you share the image with different connections, no matter where they are connecting with you.  To make it easier, you can use Pixelpipe to send your photos to several places at once, even to your Facebook Fan Page.

Pixelpipe: Bulk upload photos to many placesA quick word of caution: upload just a few pictures at a time.  Save those entire photo albums from your hiking trip for just one destination.  Twitter users will only want to see one or two pictures  at a time.

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