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Social Media 2.Oh how I wish this had a more clever title. Ryan Hill BSA Marketing Team. Nathan Johnson BSA Public Relations. Social Media Guidelines. A Quick Review of the BSA Social Media Guidelines. Keeping it Positive. Digital Community Contract

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ryan hill bsa marketing team
Ryan Hill BSA Marketing Team

Nathan JohnsonBSA Public Relations

social media guidelines
Social Media Guidelines
  • A Quick Review of the BSA Social Media Guidelines
keeping it positive
Keeping it Positive
  • Digital Community Contract
    • For the About section of your Facebook page, you should use the guidelines set forth on the BSA National Council Facebook About section in its Digital Contract.
facebook filters
Facebook Filters
  • You can set filters to block some objectionable content from appearing on your page.
choosing the right photo
Choosing the Right Photo

For all events, take multiple photos

Make sure you have multiple angles of events

Consider the elements of the photo carefully – are all safety regulations being followed? Are uniforms correct? How is the lighting? How is the framing?

Think about how the photo will appear on a laptop screen or a mobile phone screen.

Screengrab a photo from a video.

making the photo the right photo
Making the Photo the Right Photo

Get some type of photo-editing software

Crop, crop, crop

Adjust lighting

Adjust color

Scale the Photo to fit Facebook optimum sizing (currently 403x403 for a normal post and 843x403 for highlighted post)