Showing posts with label media. Show all posts
Showing posts with label media. Show all posts

Friday, September 25, 2020

RyPul Media Delivers High Quality Digital Media at Every Budget Tier

Set Your Company Up For Success Every Time With Highly Engaging Content Delivered By RyPul Media That You Can Count On.

RyPul Media provides the perfect freelance services for all of your business needs in one place.  Our digital media content creators deliver high-quality content for every budget tier without cutting the “wow factor” corners.

RyPul Media creates memorable logo’s, animation, web design, website content, marketing strategy, whiteboard explainer video, news articles, blog posts, visually stunning images, video intro, video promotion, commercial video editing, public relation content, catalog design, book covers, gamer graphics, SEO analytics and more!

Have a tight deadline? Contact RyPul Media today!

Our high-quality work is done quickly, professionally, and always within budget, visit our website at or find us on Fivver 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at to set your company up for success every time with highly engaging, shareable, and polished media you can be proud to post.

RyPul Media is the business solution you have been looking for as our digital media specialists have the proven experience necessary to help bring your personal or professional vision to life with high engaging video and image production.

Boost consumer engagement, online sharing, ROI, and productivity with RyPul Media powerful results-driven media content products.

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Saturday, September 12, 2020

A Surprising Review of Pix Teller by RyPul Media

You’ve probably been hearing a lot about the online image editing tool Pix Teller and wondering: does it really work as advertised?

Well, our digital media staff and social media content managers put Pix Teller to the test, and yes, the answer might surprise you. Read on to discover the good, the bad, and the ugly as we take a close look at Pix Teller

HOWEVER, before we go any further, we must state unequivocally, that this is NOT a paid advertisement for Pix Teller, and RyPul Media is not promoting Pix Teller over any other online image editing service, as RyPul Media periodically reviews video and image edit products on the market in order to provide our blog readers and the general public information on media software which may or may not be of benefit to them.   Now for the review…

So, What Exactly Does Pix Teller Do?

If you’re not familiar with this Pix Teller, let me quickly run down the various options Pix Teller offers and explain what it can do for you. Pix Teller is an online image editing and animated video building platform which allows the end-user the ability to edit graphics, images, and animations with relative ease.  

Pix Teller allows the end-user to download their images in either PNG, JPG, GIF, MP4, or PDF formats, which can then be used on either your blog, website, or social media sites for any purpose you choose.

Here at RyPul Media, we have found each one of these download formats to be very useful since not all sites and end-users respond to one style of media.

  image by RyPul Media created with PixTeller

Pix Teller like most online media resources has a free and paid version, although we have paid for the Pro version which provides us with all of the graphics and design functions we could ever want, however, we suggest that if you’re a novice seeking to edit single images one at a time, or if you are not an agency requiring tons of image edits daily, then the free version should work well for your individual purposes.

At any rate both paid versions, the Pro and Diamond version, we find really to have no more functionality and would recommend you save the roughly $5 dollars per month in upgraded cost from the Pro to Diamond version.

Pix Teller Boasts:

  • Pix Bot which automatically creates an image and animated video based on your needs 
  • Over 100,000 + image templates which you can personalize
  • More than 1,500,000 images and illustrations to use with the paid version
  • Personalized gradient color selections
  • In excess of 100,000 shapes which can be placed in your editor tool
  • As well as 5,000 + animations to add pop to your images and video edits

The Good

The best part about Pix Teller is that you can personalize an image, save the image, then come back and edit or tweak your original image for later repost or resharing images that garner great social media engagement on your sites.

While not a perfect image editing product, we have found Pix Teller ease of use, editing functions, graphics database, and online image search and use available to be major selling points.  

The Bad:

There is one thing about Pix Teller that was very disappointing. Is that it does not appear to allow the end-user the ability to edit an image and save it to your resource file within the same window, currently in requires you to edit the images, save the image, then return to your save images and make an edit to what essentially is a new image.

A great fix to this would be if Pix Teller simply allowed you to edit the same image in the same window and save it by simply changing the name of the image all within the same window, such a simple fix would be a great time saver.

  image by RyPul Media created with PixTeller

The Verdict:

You’ve probably already figured out the verdict by now.

Do we recommend Pix Teller?

The answer is yes, and that’s because although the in-screen image edits and saves function slows down your creative flow slightly, overall, the ease of use, large image and graphics database, and low cost, make Pix Teller one of our go-to media creation resources. 

We think you’ll really enjoy using Pix Teller as an ongoing tool for image and graphic edits. Check it out here to learn more about Pix Teller – you’ll be glad you did! 

Again, this is not a paid advertisement, we do not own the Pix Teller image or any of its proprietary information, our review is for information purposes only.

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Wednesday, September 9, 2020

How to Create a Social Media Content Strategy in 2020

To make your strategy successful, you should tell a story with your social media content, be ambitious, use automation as your invisible friend, and creativity as your magic wand. 

Now that you know your personas, have identified your existing content, and have defined the themes that should be present in your social media marketing strategy, it’s time to take a step back and look at the big picture. 

Social media teams who have their finger on the pulse, who abound with creativity, who detect every competitor move, and who constantly optimize their presence on the various platforms are the most likely to generate success.

Content is at the heart of social media. “Content is king,” they say, and it takes many forms: text, images, photos, videos, and emojis.

But it’s not the individual components that give content a royal stance, it’s the story it tells and the emotions it generates in its audience. That’s why you need a content strategy to define your brand’s storyline and ensure you fully reap the benefits of social media. When building your social content strategy, remember that engagement is an integral part of how social media platforms work: The more your content resonates with your audience, the further it will be distributed on the social platform to be seen by more people — and if you’re lucky, it might even go viral.

There’s never a guarantee your content will go viral, but a structured approach to building your strategy will increase your chances. Let’s look at the steps for defining a social media content strategy. Here are 7 steps to develop a social media content strategy: Define your audience Audit your consent define your themes and topics Map out your hashtags create the story and the content mixed publication frequencies and goals build your social media content calendar how to create a social media content strategy for your small business make your strategy successful, you should tell a story with your social media content, be ambitious, use automation as your invisible friend and creativity as your magic wand. And above all, maintain your rhythm and consistency throughout the entire process.

Step 1: Define your audience before we look at the content itself, we need to consider who it’s for. Your social media audience should correspond to your target market, but it doesn’t have to be limited to just individuals in that market. Adjacent audiences, or those who can exert an influence on your target market, can serve as an entry point to your audience and shouldn’t be overlooked. 

Step 2: Audit your existing content keeping your audience in mind, it’s time to look at your existing content. This can be quite a challenging and time-consuming process as it involves identifying all of the articles on your blog, any historical publications on social media, and even content you’ve created for using offline. If you plan to reuse some of this content, it would be a great idea to organize the content in a repository or a digital asset management tool.

3: Define your content themes, topics, and channels while auditing your content, you may have realized that most of it fell into natural categories corresponding to the themes you most often communicate about. In this step, take the time to define the full range of themes you want to cover. Keep an open mind; you may discover content gaps between what you have and what you need, which will help you in the process of developing content. You also need to define what social media channels you want to use in your content strategy and what their function will be. 

Step 4: Map out your hashtags with your themes in mind, do some hashtags research. Hashtags are an essential component of social media navigation on Twitter and Instagram, and they have a secondary role on most other social media networks, too. The four roles of hashtags: Drive discovery. When hashtags are used to drive discovery, as it is the case on Instagram, Twitter, and increasingly, LinkedIn, it’s important to choose related hashtags that are already being used by other social media profiles, as these hashtags can start to trend. 

Step 5: Create the story and the content mix now that you know your personas, have identified your existing content, and have defined the themes that should be present in your social media marketing strategy, it’s time to take a step back and look at the big picture. What’s the story for your brand in that context? Perhaps you need some inspiration for outstanding content? Use your newly defined content themes and hashtags to look at content that has stood out for the theme in the past using BuzzSumo, which is a database of articles that appear on blogs and social media sorted by popularity. 

Step 6: Define publication frequencies and goals to make it all come together, you need to define a more detailed plan. Identify a top storyline and a list of themes to cover in your communications. Also, be sure to insert the calls-to-actions and promotional elements required for this strategy to serve your marketing plan as well. 

Step 7: Outline your social media content calendar you've now put all of the components of your content strategy together. In order to further materialize it, consider building a detailed content calendar of individual posts, themes, hashtags, and publication dates. A content calendar helps you organize when and where each of your posts will publish, allowing you to optimize your content as well as each social media platform you use. 

Social media teams who have their finger on the pulse, who abound with creativity, who detect every competitor move, and who constantly optimize their presence on the various platforms are the most likely to generate success. And at the very foundation of a social media presence lies a well-researched and documented content strategy, which will guarantee that your content resonates with its target audience so you can meet your business objectives.

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