Header 1Tips and guidelines Post Column 2 Flickr is a site for curating and sharing visual content – up to one terabyte, for free. Simply create a profile, upload photos and video and tag the content (add a caption, for example). Use Flickr to: Showcase visual content Generate new and up-to-date content that appeals to target audiences Encourage viewer comments Cross promote photos through Twitter, Facebook, etc. Bigger is better. Flickr is a community for higher-quality photos. Save lower-resolution cell phone photos for Twitter and Facebook. Tag it. Add tags to your photos, including "The University of Findlay" for photos taken on campus. Less can be more. Pick quality over quantity. Get organized. Create photo sets that are associated with specific events. Get permission. Follow licensing rules and get permission from others before you post their photos on Flickr. Credit yourself. Give your photos a Creative Commons license so others can share them while giving you credit. Share! You can promote your albums by sharing links on other social media or embedding links in email. Need help? You can access a Flickr Help Forum here.