Understanding the Ins and Outs of Flickr

Do you really understand Flickr? For an example, do you know what happens after you upload photos to Flickr?

Understanding the Ins and Outs of Flickr

Yesterday, I blogged about blogging to give you folks some clues on the unknown outer workings of a blog post. What about Flickr, one of the world’s best online photo sharing sites?

Do you really know the ins and outs of Flickr?

If you are one of those self-proclaimed social media experts, your expertise means nothing if you failed to grasp the inner and outer workings of online photo sharing sites such as Flickr. Now, I’m not going to waste my time blogging about the ins and outs of Flickr here today, not when you have a great infographic as shown down below to help you understand the inner and outer workings of Flickr in one go. Take a look and learn. :)


I have to admit that the above infographic is wonderful to look at. It is quite big, so don’t just save it to your hard disk. Print it to a plotter, put it inside a big picture frame and hang it on your wall somewhere. Give your workspace a little Web 2.0 wall deco. By the way, if you like to collect stuffs such as the above infographic, check out Google SEO/Authority mind map. :)
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Meerkating said...

good post, i love flickr!

Saidul A Shaari said...


Everybody loves Flickr! :)

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