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El Centro de Agricultura Biológica 'examina' al sector insular sobre técnicas de ... - eldiario.es

El Centro de Agricultura Biológica 'examina' al sector insular sobre técnicas de ... - eldiario.es | Agrobrokercommunitymanager | Scoop.it
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Los retos de la industria alimentaria en un mundo de excesos y escasez

Los retos de la industria alimentaria en un mundo de excesos y escasez | Agrobrokercommunitymanager | Scoop.it
La industria alimentaria tiene que afrontar en pleno siglo XXI el reto de dar soluciones al aumento de la población que en el horizonte del 2050 demandará un 70 % más alimentos, a los problemas de s...

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Los retos industriales y nuestra capacidad de superarlos constituyen la base del planteamiento para el futuro de la ganaderia y la agricultura que son la fuente de la industria. 

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Las nuevas profesiones que revolucionan el mercado laboral

Las nuevas profesiones que revolucionan el mercado laboral | Agrobrokercommunitymanager | Scoop.it
Quizá la profesión de especialista en big data, que no para de reclamarse en el mundo financiero y de la consultoría, te empiece
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Qué es un Community Manager y cuáles son sus principales funciones en la empresa

Qué es un Community Manager y cuáles son sus principales funciones en la empresa | Agrobrokercommunitymanager | Scoop.it
Descubre qué es un Community Manager, cuáles son sus principales Funciones y cómo sería el Perfil perfecto del Community Manager o Responsable de Comunidad.
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Qué es un test A/B: 8 claves y 5 herramientas para aprender de tus errores - Marketing 4 eCommerce

Te explicamos qué es un test A/B, qué pasos hay que seguir para plantearlos y 5 herramientas que puedes utilizar para llevarlos a cabo. ¡Con consejos!
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El cerdo y 5 de sus mejores recetas saludables - Cuba en Noticias

El cerdo y 5 de sus mejores recetas saludables - Cuba en Noticias | Agrobrokercommunitymanager | Scoop.it
Es importante seleccionar y controlar la cantidad de carne a consumir y la manera cómo se cocina, para evitar que se convierta en un problema de salud...
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Infographic: Hidden Facts About How Facebook Is Moderated

Infographic: Hidden Facts About How Facebook Is Moderated | Agrobrokercommunitymanager | Scoop.it

Have you ever wondered how Facebook is moderated? And with the global nature of Facebook, who are these moderators? 
The following infographic by Who Is Hosting This reveals the details about Facebook traffic, showing how Facebook moderators play a huge role in making sure that our newsfeeds are safe from offensive content. 
Other details include a look at the 800 to 1,000 Facebook moderators worldwide, the types of content that are subject to moderation, as well as the reporting process that the flagged content goes through before any decision is made about it.


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Where Will Social Media Users Go In 2016? (Infographic)

Where Will Social Media Users Go In 2016? (Infographic) | Agrobrokercommunitymanager | Scoop.it

A new infographic produced by AdWeek draws off data to break down 2015/2016 social network demographics. The data is reposted in its entirety.

Social Network Demographics: Key Takeaways
Embedded in these six pie charts is some very valuable information. If you’re not a data-person, we’ve got a few observations of our own for you to chew over. Find key takeaways from this chart at the article link.


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Where Will Social Media Users Go In 2016? (Infographic) | @scoopit via @MYDstudio http://sco.lt/...

drula eric's curator insight, February 16, 11:04 PM

De tous les moyens de promotion, il est probablement mieux adapté aux petites entreprises par son coût et surtout son efficacité.
Nous sommes tous inscrits sur les réseaux sociaux comme Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, ... nous avons tous des relations liées (amis, abonnés) avec des gens en harmonie avec notre entreprise. Ces relations probablement lu vos messages et à tour de rôle au prorata de leurs amis. . Dans le temps nous l'avons appelé le bouche à oreille, il a très bien fonctionné, même si le nombre d'épis était limitée
Aujourd'hui, il est ce qu'on appelle «faire du marketing viral."
Avec l'apanage des réseaux sociaux du nombre d'épis est immense.
Les obstacles et les difficultés:
Le nombre d'abonnés pour être significative (de l'expérience promu 20.000 abonnés génère des dizaines de consultations. Moduler la figure en fonction de l'industrie)
l'extension rapide du mur ou de nouvelles RSS rend votre communication éphémère. Il est rare que votre abonné dépasse les 10 premiers postes. Tu vas avoir ?? poster ?? promotions à des moments adaptés à vos abonnés. Pour surmonter ces obstacles, vous devrez investir du temps.
Par contre cette méthode présente plusieurs avantages:
. Un coût de pas de communication
. L'assurance, même si vous êtes dans un secteur très concurrentiel
Le retweet, je voudrais le ou l'un qui transforme votre abonné prescripteur.

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Unos gráficos para echarles un rato...

 

La tendencia general hacia arriba en número de usuarios ratifica el poder de las redes en la comunicación social, pero su distribucion aconseja un análisis detallado de cada caso y una aplicación estratégica de cada acción que se acometa sobre estos canales.

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10 Tasks Small Businesses can Outsource

10 Tasks Small Businesses can Outsource | Agrobrokercommunitymanager | Scoop.it
As a business owner, your day is pretty packed Monday through Friday, the
only thing that can make it harder is if you have other tasks that get
added to your queue, things that require time and expertise. While it's
good to keep tabs on everything that goes on in your business, you'll burn
yourself out trying to do everything. This is where outsourcing your small
business tasks makes sense. As the owner, you should do things you love,
things you do best, and since your budget doesn’t always allow you to hire
in-house, here's a list of tasks you can easily outsource.

Social Media

Social media has been getting an ever growing focus by larger companies, as
it is another avenue for them to interact with their current and
prospective customers, especially since it is a place people spend a great
amount of their free time. While social media is important, this is one
task that you can easily outsource for a low monthly fee. An alternative to
outsourcing it is to use a tool like Hootsuite and schedule out your social
posts throughout the week. Better yet, use Hootsuite and outsource the
planning and scheduling out piece. Use Google Analytics or another
analytics program to keep track of social visitor numbers before and after
you start this strategy so you can compare where things stand.

Blogging

Blogging is another piece that has potential benefits for your users, your
SEO presence and your brand-building objectives.However, this skill does
not come natural to everyone, so an easy way to solve it is to outsource
the blogging to someone that writes professionally. One strategy is to
search for a freelance writer, ask for some writing samples, industry
experience and rates, then compare 4-5 writers submissions that you would
plan to use on your site. It might not be cheaper than doing it yourself,
but you will ideally have someone that can publish an article on your site
in addition to your content that is well researched and well written.
Another option is to keep it local, and to look for a writer from your
local university or college, this way you can keep things local and have
more interaction with the person doing the work.

Graphics

Creativity might come easy to business types, but for others, their
strength might be in managing others. Majority of people either know the
technical side of using designing software but no creativity, or they have
the creativity side but don’t really know how to make things with software.
Instead of spending hours and hours on this, outsource quick mockups for a
professional to do in a lot less time.

Receptionists

Do you need someone to be in the office answering your business calls at
all times? If you only get calls occasionally, or even if you don’t want to
pay someone who is only needed for a few minutes out of the day, consider
outsourcing your receptionist needs to a virtual receptionist service.
Virtual service companies like Davinci Virtual provide your customers with
a ready and lively person to answer your calls, assist customers, and
perform other duties which can be done remotely.

Website updates

Coding is in high-demand right now, mainly because it's hard to learn and
do. Unless you are a tech startup, you might not have the interest or the
time to know how the code on your web properties works. You might have a
son, brother, cousin or nephew that is familiar with the process, but
unless they do stellar work, consider outsourcing your website coding
updates to someone that does this on a more regular basis. Having family to
help with things is great, but they can also be unreliable or it might take
a long time for them to do it since there is no major urgency on things
from their end.

Outsourcing to a professional that charges a decent amount to get the
changes done is a great idea. For this, look around locally and on
freelance websites to get some quotes, references and examples of work,
also make sure you know what language your site is using and that the
person you choose has experience with this. It would be good to know how to
do simple changes, but you can also hire someone to teach you to make those
changes yourself.

Live Web Chat Support

Live web chat is a new method of getting in touch with your customers that
visit your website. Basically you have software that you can install on
your site which will let users know that you can communicate with them and
answer any questions they might have. Instead of waiting on your computer,
and missing some of these, you can outsource live web chat to a service
that has agents waiting to answer as they come in. This is another service
offered by Davinci Virtual, where you can use their agents to outsource
your webchat services.

IT support/Helpdesk

Another technology related task that can be outsourced – IT
support/helpdesk. Computers can go down at any time, including business
hours, the worst thing is when you need them to do your work, make a sale
or just to run your business. If you are not techy enough, or have any
resource in your company that can help with this, you can outsource IT
related tasks to either local or remote companies. You can have a monthly
support subscription that includes on site technicians, by having a remote
service, they will have to patch into your computer to solve the issue –
which can be hard if you don’t have any computers to do this on. The better
IT outsource choice is to go with local if you can, if you need to do
remote only, make sure that you read reviews about the company and what
they can help with.

Cleaning

You should not have to do your own cleaning, whether it is around the
office or the actual office. Outsource this easy but time consuming task to
a local cleaning agency that will do it either on a bi-weekly or on demand.

Document security

Shredding is one way to get rid of documents, digital can usually be
deleted and would take someone with knowledge to get it back, but shredding
is usually still there in either the garbage or your own bin. There are now
third party services that are popping up that will provide you and your
employees a secure box where they can drop off sensitive information, and
the company comes by bi-weekly or monthly to pick it up and shred it. The
idea is that they have high quality shredders that can do cans worth of
stuff at the same time.

Bookkeeping

Bookkeeping is one of the hardest/most time consuming tasks that small
businesses have to perform. It also carries legal ramifications, so keeping
things up to date is of upmost importance. Luckily enough, this task can
also be outsourced to yours truly – Bookly. With Bookly, you are able to
outsource your bookkeeping and not have to worry about doing it correctly
or dedicating valuable time to figure out the nuances. With hundreds of
small businesses already serviced by our online solution, we can help you
with this task to save you time and money. See our powerful online
bookkeeping solution and get in touch with us to learn more about how we
can take this headache away from you.

 

Nenad Ćuk is the SEO Specialist for Davinci Virtual in Salt Lake City and
works on SEO & all its secrets. Having an extensive background in
technology and website optimization, he finds the little gems that are
diamonds in the rough. When he isn't doing SEO audits & optimization
reports, he is usually catching up on industry news, writing his own
content and researching the latest trends in technology.

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How to Successfully Generate B2B Leads Using Social Media

How to Successfully Generate B2B Leads Using Social Media | Agrobrokercommunitymanager | Scoop.it

We are in an era where almost everyone and everything is on social media. Savvy marketers are taking note of this and are doing their best to connect with their target market on every social media platform that they are in.


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If your business is in the business of selling its products or services to other businesses, then using social media to generate your B2B leads, is something that you will need to wrap your head around sooner than you might expect (unless you are already up to speed).  Given the steep learning curve that social media entails, anything that can assist a business owner to dip their toe into the social media pond, is most welcome. This excellent collection of articles relevant to such business owners, is a great starting point for taking the first step, towards generating future leads via low cost social media means.

Kimberly Kline's curator insight, February 2, 1:44 PM

As a B2B company myself, I recognize the value of using social media to reach my clients.  It has been important for building my brand, especially when it comes to my blog and relevant post sharing!

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If your business is in the business of selling its products or services to other businesses, then using social media to generate your B2B leads, is something that you will need to wrap your head around sooner than you might expect (unless you are already up to speed).  Given the steep learning curve that social media entails, anything that can assist a business owner to dip their toe into the social media pond, is most welcome. This excellent collection of articles relevant to such business owners, is a great starting point for taking the first step, towards generating future leads via low cost social media means.

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Struggling with Content Marketing? Here’s How to Make it Work!

Struggling with Content Marketing? Here’s How to Make it Work! | Agrobrokercommunitymanager | Scoop.it

A lot of businesses are starting to take content marketing seriously. However, just because more people are using content marketing as a means of obtaining customers, doesn’t mean that everyone knows what they’re doing.  In this post, we’re going to take a look at some of the common struggles that people face when it comes to content marketing.

 

We’ll look at each aspect of content marketing and what matters most.

 

By the end of this post, you’ll have a clear sense of what can be done in order to overcome the content marketing obstacles that your business is facing....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, February 10, 2:08 AM

Neil Patel shares content marketing tips.

Monica S Mcfeeters's curator insight, February 10, 5:03 AM

This presents some ideas on how to improve the content of your message.

eChatter's curator insight, February 10, 8:46 AM

This is a great post with solid suggestions on how to use social media marketing as part of your SEO strategy. 

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¿Qué es una nube de palabras y como crearla? 

¿Qué es una nube de palabras y como crearla?  | Agrobrokercommunitymanager | Scoop.it
Reblogueado en WordPress.com

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What Are The Best Social Media Platforms For Your Business?

What Are The Best Social Media Platforms For Your Business? | Agrobrokercommunitymanager | Scoop.it
One of the most common business dilemmas is figuring our where to start with social media marketing. Today, I would like to introduce a few high level ideas to help you decide where to put your time for the best results for your business. As with anything in life, there is often a trade-off between effort and business benefits and social media is no different.

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15 MARAVILLOSOS JARDINES VERTICALES ALREDEDOR DEL MUNDO

15 MARAVILLOSOS JARDINES VERTICALES ALREDEDOR DEL MUNDO | Agrobrokercommunitymanager | Scoop.it
El botánico francés Patrick Blanc (París, 1953) es conocido como el inventor de los jardines verticales. Este hombre ha recorrido el mundo instalando estos bellos monumentos de botánica.

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25 Mejores Bancos de Imágenes Gratis de Alta Resolución �

25 Mejores Bancos de Imágenes Gratis de Alta Resolución �� | Agrobrokercommunitymanager | Scoop.it
Bancos de imágenes gratis para descargar las mejores imágenes de alta resolución y calidad, y de forma gratuita. ¡Encuentra la imagen que buscas!
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Climbing The Marketing Success Ladder With Data

Climbing The Marketing Success Ladder With Data | Agrobrokercommunitymanager | Scoop.it
It is the fine art of marketing success. Without measuring what you are getting out of what you are doing, you are flying blind. Data is not for bragging.
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Los datos nos dicen en qué acertamos y en qué corregir!
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Genetically Engineered Crops: Past Experience and Future Prospects - National Academies of Sciences (2016)

Genetically Engineered Crops: Past Experience and Future Prospects - National Academies of Sciences (2016) | Agrobrokercommunitymanager | Scoop.it

Genetically engineered (GE) crops were first introduced commercially in the 1990s. After two decades of production, some groups and individuals remain critical of the technology based on their concerns about possible adverse effects on human health, the environment, and ethical considerations. At the same time, others are concerned that the technology is not reaching its potential to improve human health and the environment because of stringent regulations and reduced public funding to develop products offering more benefits to society. While the debate about these and other questions related to the genetic engineering techniques of the first 20 years goes on, emerging genetic-engineering technologies are adding new complexities to the conversation. 


“Genetically Engineered Crops” builds on previous… reports… by undertaking a retrospective examination of the purported positive and adverse effects of GE crops and to anticipate what emerging genetic-engineering technologies hold for the future. This report indicates where there are uncertainties about the economic, agronomic, health, safety, or other impacts of GE crops and food, and makes recommendations to fill gaps in safety assessments, increase regulatory clarity, and improve innovations in and access to GE technology.  


http://www.nap.edu/catalog/23395/genetically-engineered-crops-experiences-and-prospects


[And in the following a summary of summaries of the report from the Grist, New York Times, NPR, and National Geographic websites.] 


If you’ve been holding out any hope that there is an objective reality and that evidence of this reality might change minds and shape policy, then the National Academies of Sciences is here for you. Abraham Lincoln set up this organization to provide independent scientific guidance, and it has been the gold standard ever since. So, it’s worth paying attention to its latest report assessing all the science on genetically engineered crops… It’s really good. If you want to know what the deal is with GMO crops – whether you are interested in safety, environmental effects, or social impacts – go read it. It’s clear and accessible… 


You just want to know if GMOs are good or bad? The team of researchers that assembled the report knew you would say that… But instead of drawing sweeping conclusions, the report keeps coming back to the fact that every crop is different. The main generalization we can take from it is that we shouldn’t make generalizations about GMOs… The National Academies wants us to stop obsessing over whether something is a GMO, and ask instead if a given crop makes the world better or worse… Instead of applying special scrutiny to how crops are bred, regulators would focus on which new foods pose the greatest risks. The researchers recommended regulation “that is based not on the breeding process but on considerations of novelty, potential hazard, and exposure as criteria”… 


Are GMOs safe? … The researchers identified “no differences that would implicate a higher risk to human health” from eating GMOs. And they noted that their previous reports have found “no strict dichotomy between genetic engineering and other forms of plant breeding with respect to risk”… Are GMOs hurting ecosystems? Food production is the single biggest cause of environmental degradation… But when researchers tried to find evidence to pin some of these problems on GMOs specifically, they found “no evidence of cause-and-effect relationships between GE crops and environmental problems.” In other words, they’re no more guilty than regular crops. 


Do we need GMOs to feed the world? To feed the world’s growing population, we need to increase food production and decrease food waste. The researchers noted that some GMOs would help with both challenges, but cautioned… “Treating genetic engineering and conventional breeding as competing approaches is a false dichotomy; more progress in crop improvement could be brought about by using both conventional breeding and genetic engineering than by using either alone”…  


https://grist.org/food/heres-where-the-science-on-gmos-stands/


The National Academy of Sciences – probably the country's most prestigious scientific group – has reaffirmed its judgment that GMOs are safe to eat… The report marks an anniversary. Twenty years ago, farmers started growing soybeans that had been genetically… Even before this report came out, an anti-GMO group… accused some members of the committee that prepared the report of… having… ties to the industry… The preemptive attack frustrates Fred Gould… who chaired the committee. Gould has been known in the past as a GMO critic. He has pushed for restrictions on the planting of some GMO crops. "I have not been a darling of the industry. As a matter of fact, they denied me seeds and plants to do my experiments"… Gould says that over the two years that… members of this committee worked on this report, they had one important rule: "If you had an opinion, you had to back it up with data. If you didn't have the data, it didn't go into the report"… 


The most basic conclusion: There's no evidence that GMOs are risky to eat. The committee also found that GMOs… have allowed farmers of some crops to spray less insecticide to protect their crops… Also, there's no evidence that GMOs have reduced the amount of wild plant and insect life on farms… The report urges federal agencies to change the way they regulate GMOs. Up to now, companies have introduced just a small number of different kinds of genetically modified crops. That could change very soon, because there's new technology, called gene editing, that isn't exactly genetic engineering, but it's not traditional plant breeding, either. The report urges regulators to look at all new crops, no matter how they're created, if they "have novelty and the possibility of some kind of risk associated with them"… Many scientists who got their first look at the report Tuesday praised it. Some called it the most comprehensive review of GMOs that anyone… has carried out.  


http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2016/05/17/478415310/top-scientists-say-gmos-are-safe-but-dont-always-deliver-on-promises


Genetically engineered crops appear to be safe to eat and do not harm the environment, according to a comprehensive new analysis by… the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine… The report also says that new techniques, like a way to make small genetic changes in plants using genome-editing, are blurring the distinction between genetic engineering and conventional plant breeding, making the existing regulatory system untenable. It calls for a new system that pays more attention to the attributes of the crop, as opposed to the way in which it was created… 


This is the latest of several reports on genetically modified crops by the National Academies, which are… set up by Congress to give advice on issues related to science, technology and medicine. A previous report by the groups, released in 2010, found that genetic engineering had provided environmental and economic benefits to American farmers. The new report was written by a committee of 20, almost all of them from academia. There was no one from crop biotechnology companies like Monsanto or DuPont on the committee… The committee examined more than 1,000 studies, heard testimony from 80 witnesses in a series of public meetings and webinars, and analyzed 700 comments submitted by the public… 


The committee concentrated its review on the genetically engineered crops that account for the vast bulk of such plants grown in the United States… The report says that foods made from such crops do not appear to pose health risks… Several other regulatory, scientific and health organizations have previously also concluded that the foods are safe. The committee also looked at the incidence of certain diseases… It said it found no evidence that the crops had contributed to an increase in the incidence of cancer, obesity, diabetes, kidney disease, autism, celiac disease or food allergies. 


The document also says the regulatory system should be tiered, with potentially riskier products receiving greater scrutiny before they can be marketed, whether those products are made using genetic engineering or not. Other new products, regardless of how they are made, might need virtually no scrutiny… Regarding environmental effects, the report says there is “no conclusive evidence of a cause-and-effect relationship ship between G.E. crops and environmental problems… The report says use of the insect-resistant crops has clearly led to a decrease in the spraying of chemical insecticides. Conversely, the use of herbicide-resistant crops might have led to an increase in the spraying of chemical weed killers in some cases… However, looking only at the pounds of chemicals sprayed per acre is misleading because different chemicals have different toxicities… 


The committee concludes that the use of crops has generally provided economic benefits for the farmers and can increase their output in certain cases, for instance, by protecting crops from insect damage. Nonetheless… “G.E. crops are pretty much just crops. They are not the panacea that some proponents claim, nor the dreaded monsters that others claim.”


http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/18/business/genetically-engineered-crops-are-safe-analysis-finds.html


Genetically-engineered crops are as safe to eat as their non-GE counterparts, they have no adverse environmental impacts, and they have reduced the use of pesticides. That’s according to a comprehensive report released by the National Academy of Sciences today -- a group founded by the U.S. Congress to provide expert scientifically-based advice on a wide variety of issues… The report acknowledges that beyond safety, other issues need to be addressed, including earning the public’s trust. It recommends a more transparent and inclusive conversation about GE crops going forward… 


The assessment is generally positive, but there are many caveats… here’s the nutshell version… GE crops are safe to eat… They have… helped farmer protect yields from insects and weeds… The report found no adverse affects on biodiversity or danger from interbreeding between GE crops and wild relatives… The economic benefits to farmers have been well-documented… Regulation should be based on the characteristics of the crop, rather than the technique used to develop it, whether GE or non-GE… Both genetic engineering and conventional breeding are important to crop improvement… 


The report sees an important role for genetic engineering, and “the committee expects that its potential use in crop improvement in the coming decades will be substantial.” Increased nutrition, better nutrient use, decreased greenhouse gas emissions, and pathogen resistance are just some of the ways GE crops can improve human and environmental health, farmer well-being, and agriculture’s sustainability… 


http://theplate.nationalgeographic.com/2016/05/17/scientists-say-gmo-foods-are-safe-public-skepticism-remains/



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40 abreviaturas de Twitter para tu diccionario profesional de redes sociales [Infografía]

40 abreviaturas de Twitter para tu diccionario profesional de redes sociales [Infografía] | Agrobrokercommunitymanager | Scoop.it
Consulta esta estupenda guía con 40 abreviaturas de twitter que te ayudaran a entender los conceptos de esta red social.Tu diccionario profesional.

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Should I Post This? Your Guide to Social Media [Infographic]

Should I Post This? Your Guide to Social Media [Infographic] | Agrobrokercommunitymanager | Scoop.it

Social media is often used for personal expression; to show special interests, proud moments, something informative, and personal statements. Social media accounts can be an extension of who were are. We live in a time where we can reach more people than in person. It can be tempting to tell everyone everything...


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Chris Gower's curator insight, March 5, 2015 11:06 AM

Some valuable e-safety thoughts :) 

Owen Kim's curator insight, March 7, 2015 4:48 AM

Social media is something that almost everyone uses and can give significant impact to people. Some people cannot differentiate what is and what is not appropriate to upload or publish hence it is good that everyone knows what and when to upload. Some people now days leave negative comments because of inappropriate posts which may lead to conflicts between people or hurting one's emotion. I feel that people should be sensitive when uploading a post so that negative impacts of social media will not worsen.

Sze Min's curator insight, March 8, 2015 6:20 AM

Almost everyone has social media accounts nowadays. But it stills narrow down to whether you are using it appropriately or not. Especially when the social medias are linked together, you would have to be careful on how you use it, as once the photos or status are online, everybody in the world would be able to see it.

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How the World Uses Twitter [Infographic]

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A staggering 500 million tweets are sent per day, and 80% of active users are on mobile.

Some 302 million people actively use Twitter—in myriad ways. Here are some stats about Twitter use around the globe, according to HubSpot.


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David W. Deeds's curator insight, May 2, 8:22 PM

Geeky-cool stuff! Thanks to Philippe Trebaul.

donhornsby's curator insight, May 3, 10:48 AM
Interesting infographic...
Craig Broadbent's curator insight, May 3, 8:12 PM
If you are looking to use twitter to drive business then this info is important!
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Content Marketing 101: Stop Being Useless & you Might Manage to Win more Customers

Content Marketing 101: Stop Being Useless & you Might Manage to Win more Customers | Agrobrokercommunitymanager | Scoop.it
We’ve all heard about how to out-tech the competition right? Well this episode with 10x founder Hew Leith is another little reminder to anyone pumping out useless blog content, to stop doing it, and focus on the customer instead. Hew was an early guest on Breaking Biz, teaching us about the value of helping people …

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Here are 10 Steps to Starting a Business

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A Video featuring 10 Steps to Starting a Business

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33 Free Social Media Marketing Tools for Small Businesses

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Small business owners may find it challenging navigating through the fast-paced world of social media.


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Dielle Web e Grafica's curator insight, March 28, 10:30 AM

 

Business owners who have embraced social media, know that the task of doing your own social media marketing, is made much more difficult if you don't have access to the right tools. Cash strapped businesses need to identify the tools that will do the job for them and are preferably free and easy to deploy. This large collection of free social media marketing tools provides a great time saving resource for anyone searching for the right tools to help them to embrace low cost social media marketing.

Kate Marsh's curator insight, March 28, 11:23 AM

 

Business owners who have embraced social media, know that the task of doing your own social media marketing, is made much more difficult if you don't have access to the right tools. Cash strapped businesses need to identify the tools that will do the job for them and are preferably free and easy to deploy. This large collection of free social media marketing tools provides a great time saving resource for anyone searching for the right tools to help them to embrace low cost social media marketing.

Connie Butcher's curator insight, March 28, 1:37 PM

 

Business owners who have embraced social media, know that the task of doing your own social media marketing, is made much more difficult if you don't have access to the right tools. Cash strapped businesses need to identify the tools that will do the job for them and are preferably free and easy to deploy. This large collection of free social media marketing tools provides a great time saving resource for anyone searching for the right tools to help them to embrace low cost social media marketing.

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10 consejos para potenciar tu Marca en Redes Sociales

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Origen: 10 consejos para potenciar tu Marca en Redes Sociales #infografia #marketing #socialmedia


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Aplicación de realidad aumentada de formación interactiva

Aplicación de realidad aumentada para la formación en protocolos de seguridad y emergencias en vehiculos híbridos Virtualware ha desarrollado un apk para ...
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Directo Paladar Mex on Twitter

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Costillas de cerdo a la BBQ. Receta http://directoalpaladar.com.mx/p/6271 pic.twitter.com/X0I1cpl8Ip
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Designing A Social Media Program That Generates Retail Sales

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Social media is the engagement tool of choice when you try to reach your consumer base.  We often overlook using engagement marketing to target and promote to e-tailers and retailers.

Cross-platform promotions reap significant benefits for vendors that carry your brand. It helps brands communicate with their partners by driving traffic to their online properties. This action increases sales and ROI.


Here is a 3-step online strategy to reach your consumers and encourage them to shop




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