Hai mai pensato di usare pinterest per aumentare il traffico del tuo sito o blog?
bene, nell'articolo pubblicato da Sara Turini su webhouseit.com, ci sono alcuni suggerimenti che ritengo molto validi.
Ti dico quelli che reputo i migliori consigli:
- ottima scelta usare la stesso foto su più social, incluso pinterest, in modo da poter essere ricnosciuti.
- crea delle board che abbiano delle parole chiave su cui vuoi posizionarti nei risultati di ricerca, sia nel nome della board che ne la sua descrizione. In questo modo puoi sfruttare delle chiavi meno concorrenziali.
- Usa delle immagini che colpiscano l'attenzione.
- Crea delle board specifiche e tematizzate con la tua nicchia.
- Condividi e usa le infografiche.
- partecipa ai commenti su pinterest e cerca di pinnare le immagini di altri che reputi utili e ben curate.
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After years of relentless growth, Shanghai, China is entering a new phase of environmentally sustainable development, where issues like urban farming are becoming more prominent.
Increasing urban density, competition for land and a rising demand for food from the burgeoning middle class, Shanghai needs to ensure that the opportunity to produce food in the city is possible.
The main challenge facing urban farming in Shanghai remains to be a lack of awareness. Without the proper education and know-how, the urban farming movement is unlikely to take shape on a large scale, and with very little outdoor space available, few options are available to grow food. Many residents have turned to creative land-intensive solutions such as balcony or rooftop farming to produce fresh, organic, healthy and cheap foods...
Ask anyone to name the most popular social media tools used by students, and it’s a safe bet everybody could name the top two: Facebook and Twitter.
But those are far from the only online applications making inroads. As administrators warm to engaging students through social media, the list of potential resources at their disposal grows longer by the day.
Facebook and Twitter are the obvious choices. But there are other options- Tumblr, YouTube and Google+, to name three.
Of course, if naming the latest social media tools seems tough, learning how to use them all is harder still. In an attempt to shorten the learning curve, Flowtown and Column Five published this Social Media Cheat Sheet for your reference...
Ho trovato una video guida in italiano di Tiziano Fogliata, che segnala molte informazioni utili all'uso di questo nuovo social network, che all'estero sta spopolando, ed ha una crescita maggiore di altri servizi più famosi e datati.
Ecco di cosa parla questo video, il link lo trovi a fondo pagina:
- Attualmente, anche se Pinterest è online già da diverso tempo, occorre comunque un invito per usarlo.
- Pin e Board (Puntina e Lavagna) sono i due strumenti messi a disposizione da Pinterest, per condividere immagini e non solo.
- Puoi aggiungere un numero illimitato di board, al cui interno puoi aggiungere i tuoi Pin, caratterizzati da foto, video o contenuti di altro genere.
- Come tutti i social network, puoi seguire altri follower presenti su Pinterest, oppure puoi aggiornarti su un board specifico, e non su tutto il profilo.
- Pinterest può essere usato anche tramite un'applcazione Iphone e il sito è ottimizzato per il mobile.
Per scoprire come iscriversi a Pinterest e creare board o pin, segui il video di Tiziano Fogliata qui sotto:
Writing is almost like meditation. The mind whirrs around a million thoughts, but anyone who has been in the zone will attest to the fact that the calmness enveloping it shuts off the writer from the rest of the world.
SYDNEY, N.S.— An anti-sealing organization says the cancellation of the annual hunt on Hay Island off Cape Breton is another sign the commercial industry is dying.Bridget Curran, director of the Atlantic Canadian Anti-Sealing Coalition, says international...
During Wednesday's Supreme Court oral arguments in Shelby County v. Holder, Justice Antonin Scaliareportedly called the renewal of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act -- which is designed to prevent discriminatory state voting laws by requiring them to be cleared by the Department of Justice— "the perpetuation of racial entitlement."
Well, if by "racial entitlement" he meant the idea that places with histories of racial discrimination should be prohibited from reducing the voting strength of racial minorities, we're not sure what's so wrong with that.
Civil rights groups were quick to give their own takes on the conservative commentary.
“We disagree with Justice Antonin Scalia, who today referred to the renewal of the Voting Rights Act as the 'perpetuation of a racial entitlement,' as if racial discrimination has ended. In the past two years alone, six of the nine states fully covered by Section 5 passed restrictions that would have made it harder for people of color to vote, and many of these were blocked thanks to Section 5. The Voting Rights Act is not an 'entitlement.' It is a critically needed protection for our most fundamental right," the Advancement Project's Judith Browne-Dianis said.
Minister Leslie Watson Malachi, director of People for the American Way Foundation's African American Ministers Leadership Council, responded, "Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act doesn't represent the 'perpetuation of racial entitlement,' as Justice Scalia states. Rather, it is one of the most important tools we have for confronting the entitlement of those who believe some people's votes and voices should matter more than others ... I hope that Scalia's fellow justices will approach this issue more thoughtfully, and with a greater awareness of the reality in their country."
As part of a project focusing on public transportation, Mark Rosales caught this photo of pensive bus passengers and the reflection of a pizzeria on Feb. 19 at the corner of Broadway and 8th Street in downtown L.A. He used a Fujifilm X-Pro 1 with an Olympus OM 24mm Prime Lens.
Rosales typically shoots through the windows of subways and buses, and always asks himself where his subjects are coming from and what their stories are.
"Such a mix of people all coming from different places that led them all to such a confined space and every each one of them going to their own different destinations," he wrote. "You never know what you're going to witness."
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