Think social media is strictly online-only? Think again! Here are a few creative examples of how your digital presence can find its way onto some fabulous print materials.
This amusing notepad from Knock Knock has taken the messaging medium of Twitter and transformed it into a more old school format. Use it to ease your less than social media savvy friends into the idea of becoming @newtweeters.
Sabrina Saccoccio found career success with this innovative, Facebook-style resume. She even included a “wall” of recommendations. And while the company she applied to wasn’t able to take her on, the interviewer was so impressed he posted her CV on his blog in the hopes someone else would snap her up.
Hungry? The Guac Truck is a sustainable mobile eatery that serves up burritos, nacho bowls and more around the Philippines. They’ve made the most of their “on the road” state by subtly promoting their Twitter, website and email handles to drivers behind them.
Designer Ross Moody’s fun social stickers are a great way to slap a little positivity around, whether they’re used on secondary students’ assignments or to decorate your laptop.
Twitter Business Cards
One of many iterations of social business cards, this version features a distinctly Twitterific style, including the verification check mark. Others have been styled to look like miniature Instagram, Facebook or Google Plus accounts.
Facebook Save The Date Cards
What would a wedding in 2014 be without a little Facebook tie-in? Print your social media with these sweet save the date cards that celebrate your updated relationship status.
Social Wedding Photo Cards
You can’t be everywhere at once on your big day, and these cards are a great way to ensure you don’t miss anything. Encourage your wedding guests to share their snaps on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram with your chosen #hashtag and you can have fun reminiscing.
Other great ways to print your social media include turning pivotal Facebook moments into styled coffee table books and creating fridge magnets out of your Instagram snaps – so why not create paper versions of your social sites?