Category: Tutorial Tuesdays

Tutorial Tuesdays

HOW TO: Bring Out a Photo’s Best with VSCO

Welcome back, Tappers! Today, we’re continuing to introduce you to the best new photo editing apps out there to make sure the memories you’re capturing (for Crowdtap and for your own purposes) are as vivid and beautiful on-screen as they are in your mind. Now…we can all freely admit that our phones have become a… Read More

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HOW TO: Add Some Oomph with Boomerang

Social media has made huge strides in allowing users to create compelling and creative original content. You can make and share collages, add filters and stickers to your photos, and even make mini videos. With so many different apps available, it can be tough to find the time to master them all. Fear not though, Tappers, we’ll… Read More

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HOW TO: Create Collages with Instagram

Brands love seeing before-and-after pictures, showing how their products work their magic for you, their consumers, in everyday life. Unfortunately, creating a before-and-after collage isn’t always as simple as it sounds. To help with the process, we set out to find an easy solution for creating before-and-after photos — or any combination of pictures — in… Read More

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HOW TO: Be a Social Influencer

Today’s tutorial is the final post in our pro-blogger series! We hope you’ve enjoyed learning from these web mavens as much as we’ve enjoyed featuring their wise words. In this post, bloggers Chelsea and Nate Day of Someday I’ll Learn (www.somedayilllearn.com) tell us how being social influencers affects their lives.   We hope these parting sentiments, along with… Read More

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HOW TO: Think Outside the Box With Your Sampling

Whether it’s your first or your fifteenth sampling mission, getting that Crowdtap box in the mail is always an exciting time. Not only do you get to try out an awesome product, you also get a wealth of opportunities to show off your creative side. The photos and feedback we ask in return for your sample… Read More

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HOW TO: Develop Recipes from Sampling Ingredients

So you log onto Crowdtap, see there’s a sampling for that awesome new variety of snack cracker or plastic wrap, quickly fill out the pre-selection form while keeping your non-typing fingers crossed, and soon get a notification that you were selected to participate. Your first thought: Awesome!! I knew crossing my fingers for luck was full-proof! Your… Read More

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HOW TO: Maximize Engagement on Pinterest

Today’s tutorial is a guest post from pro-blogger Shell Roush of Things I Can’t Say and is meant to serve as a follow-up to last week’s post about growing your social following. Check Shell’s  blog at http://thingsicantsay.com/ or her Pinterest at https://www.pinterest.com/shellthings/. As a professional blogger, I can be a bit obsessed with numbers. I’m often asked… Read More

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HOW TO: Grow Your Social Following

Today’s tutorial is a guest post from pro-blogger Laura Franklin of Food Fun Family. Check out her blog at http://foodfunfamily.com/welcome-guests! I’ve been blogging since 2007 – so long, in fact, that several of the social media sites that I’ve come to rely on, like Pinterest and Google Plus, didn’t even exist when I started my… Read More

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HOW TO: Use Twitter Like a Pro

Okay, Tappers. We’ve told you about hashtags, and we’ve taught you about Twitter Parties. Now, it’s time to dig in to the source: Twitter. Twitter is made up of short bursts of text that show up in a scrolling feed. Each tweet holds 140 characters, including spaces, punctuations, usernames and hashtags. It’s short and it’s quick, and it can be a great… Read More

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