You may on flickr for some times, yet may still feel frustrated about how to get more from this great site. And the tips in last post include some effective tips to help you successful in flickr, and here are some more tips.
Share essential photos
Many beginners on flickr may feel quite disappointed when they see so little views, comments. So they may have the wrong ideas that the more photos they upload, the more views they will get. Actually, you only need to upload your best photos, let me say, Select 10 best (or at least near best) photos of yours and upload them to flickr. By default, flickr uses your filename as the title of your photo â€“ like this one, â€˜DSC4506â€² for a photo that you shot using your Point and Shoot camera.
Write sincere views
We hate those comments like "great, I love it" or "thanks for sharing". So why not spare some time and write what you really think about the photos from your friends. Believe me, if you write more real views, the more you will get, and of course, you will get reputation in flickr.
Spend some time in flickr community.
Make friends in the community will bring you some surprise.
Explore more tools
Flickr is more than uploading photos and then sharing, but something more. There are various tools on flickr, so why not try some, and add some special points for your photos.
Proper size for your photos
Some experienced users will always resize the image so as to protect their pictures. Usually, 800 by 600 pixels will be proper.
You are familiar with blog rss, yet you may feel strange before flickr rss. In fact, with social networks, you can publish your photo feed. Orkut, Tumblr, Facebook and Ziki allows you to add your photo stream as RSS feeds. Just use the RSS feed url at those services and forget it. As you upload new photos, they get updated in these places as well. Cool, huh?