However, often times on Twitter you’ll want to also give credit to the Twitter user behind the work. That can be done following the above @username standard. Best of all, when composing a Tweet, simply typing the “@” and then starting to type the name will give you a dropdown where you can select them.
The most common way to cite your sources on social media is by reposting original content. When you repost, all of the details should carry over (including the author’s name or username), so there’s little or no additional information you’ll need to provide to give proper credit.
How do you give credit to a post?
When posting a photo on Instagram, you must give credit where credit is due. Giving credit can be as simple as mentioning the photographer, hair and makeup artist, model, or anybody else who helped create the image in your post.
How do you give photo credit examples?
The format should be something like this: “Photo by [artist name with their website hyperlinked]” or “Image by [artist name] via [website hyperlinked].” For example, with this image from Flickr Creative Commons, it should be credited as “Image by Shawn Arron via Flickr.”
How do I give credit to someone else?
- Always cite your sources to give the author credit for their work or ideas.
- Whenever you include a direct quote, you must place it in quotation marks and give the author credit.
How do you credit memes?
To cite a meme properly, you must identify the following pieces of information:
- Title of meme. …
- Title of the website where the meme was published.
- URL of the website the meme was published.
- Date the meme was published (if known)
- Date you accessed/retrieved the meme.
- Publisher of the site.