Social Media Shortcuts Infographic!

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Social Media Infographics!

Social Media Shortcuts Infographics by Brad Friedman


This is a great Social Media Shortcut Infographic explaining the shortcuts to use for the key Social Media Networks. This was done by Brad Friedman – a great contributor who has a wealth of information.

The following is an excerpt from his post:

Many people don’t know, Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and YouTube allow you to use a number of social media keyboard shortcuts. With these shortcuts you can move faster and more comfortably through the networks that matter most to you and your business.

For all those who don’t know what a shortcut is:

  • A shortcut is a specific key combination for a command that would otherwise be available only through a menu or an interface. This means a lot of mouse-clicking and it needs some time. Time, that can easily be saved by learning and using shortcuts, especially on social media platforms.
  • Social media shortcuts allow you to get directly to a specific section on those platforms.
  • For example you can get to your messages, photos, friend requests, account settings, or perform a specific commands with just one shortcut and fewer mouse-clicks.
  • To give you an example: You are on Facebook and you want to read a new message, like a photo and check your timeline. This can be done with three easy social media shortcuts.
  • Or imagine you want to watch a YouTube video in full screen. You don’t have to search for the small icon below the video anymore, just press “F” to get it in full screen instantly.

Become A Pro – Use Social Media Shortcuts

You might need some time to get used to the Social Media shortcuts shared in the following Infographic – but you’ll find it’s worth the effort.

(From Judy Musgrove here) Utilizing these shortcuts will help all of us create more posts for our Social Media.

1 thought on “Social Media Shortcuts Infographic!”

  1. Is it worth using meta description on your website?
    Someone told me Matt Cutts said to stop using them a while a go as
    they are no use anymore
    Posted this to Twitter, very useful!

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