Post answers to these questions here on the public class blog in a post titled “[Your flickr ID] Photo Message.”
1) What is the title or tag line of your photo?
2) What action links will you use? What concrete, specific, measurable actions do you want people to take after seeing your message? For example, visiting a website, volunteering, donating money, buying a product. Did I already mention be specific?
3) What is your specific, focused message? (One or two sentences.) Do not post this to flickr. This will strongly inform how your photo message is graded however. How well does your image live up to its intended message and effect?
“While [a brand] needn’t be aggressively polarizing and may be popular with a huge global audience, it is never for everyone.” –JDK
4) What kinds of people or audiences do you intend to reach? Who are some of the people that your message won’t appeal to? Again, do not post this to flickr. This will also inform how your photo message is graded.
Post answers to these questions here on the public class blog with your image and on flickr with your title/caption, action links, and a full list of relevant key words.
I would also urge you to try promoting your image using flickr groups– or any other means of online promotion. The success with which you promote your image will be the primary grading criteria (measured by flickr views and Google rank).