Some people write complete and utter rubbish about copyright on social media.
Beware that you are NOT sucked in with the sentiments and falsehoods they share.
Here's one such....
Like I said! not worth the paper it's written on or typed on a keyboard! You lose the right to any copyright if you share it on any social media site. Look at Facebooks acknowledgement clause! You have to be careful what ever you show. I'm not saying it's right! but like the song says "It's like that, it's just the way it is!" If anyone is daft enough to share, works of art on any social media site, before they have made enough money themselves out of it. Is a fool!
and here's my response
re. "You lose the right to any copyright if you share it on any social media site. "
What to do if you see copyright infringement on Facebook
For the record:
Do you struggle with getting image sites right in terms of:
This morning I came across an incredibly helpful infographic which has now been imported into this site - see my new page Image Sizes for Social Media Sites in the Marketing section
The social media sites it covers include:
The infographic provides the precise dimensions for each specfic image.
TIPS AND TECHNIQUES: The post also provides detailed and very helpful notes about:
In summary I recommend this Infographic. I suggest your save the original post to your bookmarks - but if you lose it any time you now know you can find it again on this site.
Is it fair for Facebook to allow somebody to give a 1* review rating to an arts organisation - like an art society - when that individual has based their assessment on 3rd party comments by other people made some time ago? I've seen this happen on the Facebook Page of an art society.
How to tackle a 1* Facebook Review
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