Do You Ever Ask For Help On Social Networks?

Some people do. And yes it works, it works, it works!

Twitter conversation

It was a lazy Sunday afternoon when I saw Carl Syc’s tweet. Here was a young rapper from London UK, selling his music on iTunes and looking out for some help. Yes, sir! This is the age we are living in. Carl was in a search of a designer who could play around with his images and put together a cover idea for his future EP. Since I like talented young people, I was in for the challenge. We exchanged a few messages and I got working on the task. I played around with the images and made a few versions – My favorite is this:

Help on social media

Twitter is a popular platform for interesting interaction and a great forum to seek answers to your questions. I for one, try my best to answer all of those who shoot a question to @alexandravezure. Does that mean I will work for free for all queries coming through Twitter? NO! :) But I will definitely answer your questions and share tips whenever I can.

What is your experience with interaction on social networks? Does it work for you?
Tell me. I want to know!

 

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Alexandra Vezure

Mother, wife, friend and confidant. Graphic designer delivering high quality, creative services for over 10 years. Master in Adobe Photoshop (Brainbench License 8036895). Member of Social Psychology Network. Passionate about people and people's images. Read more on the about page and let's connect on Twitter, Facebook or Linkedin.

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  1. says

    Actually, people who ask help on social media are potential customers for businesses. For instance, if I were to ask for some tech help that requires a lot more effort than the next person, the business would approach me after looking up on a keyword and offered me a service to fix the issue. So in this case, as the guy tweeted on Twitter, someone looked up on the feed of any tagged “#photoshop” and wait patiently until a potential customer pops up. And when that happens, BAM! There’s a sale.

    This is pretty normal, hence the encouragement that all businesses must utilize this social medium to find more customers to get more sales.

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