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How Can Social Media Leverage SEO?

How Can Social Media Leverage SEO? | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it

"In the world of online marketing, there are two main things that every website owner is desperately trying to do.

 

The first is to increase their ranking on search engines through SEO.

 

The second is to create a social media presence and get customers and potential customers talking about them.

 

However in actual fact, these two things should be combined together instead of exclusively as in reality, social media can help to increase search engine presence.

 

In this article we define exactly what SEO and social media marketing are and then look at how they can work together to produce a combined strategy".

 

Find Out More: http://socialmediatoday.com/norman-pongr-cz/1277666/leverage-social-media-seo-strategy


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I'm still waiting for somebody to give specific examples of how curation helps with 'authority', page rank or any other aspect of SEO.  Sure...it's pretty.  But...so what?

 

That's not to say that I wouldn't or don't use Curation....'cause I DO.  But on the other hand, I don't do this for (much) money.

 

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Could somebody give specific example. I suspect that 99.99% of the people who'd be reading this already know what SEO and Social Media is. Let's see some concrete examples. I have yet to see any specific examples from Scoop.it, RebelMouse or any of those others on what the real SEO benefits of using their platforms are....(and I'm assuming curation would be considered a form of social media).
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Rush: How ’bout these ‘high crimes, misdemeanors’?

Rush: How ’bout these ‘high crimes, misdemeanors’? | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it
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I think it's clear that our Great Deceiver doesn't deserve to be where he is.  The issue is how to get him out... and on what grounds.  This article points out that there are at least 1,800 reasons why to kick his ass out into the street (and probably also in jail).  

 

But the real question is, by what process?

 

Frankly I'm not sure congress has enough balls to do it.  But what about the process of 'states conventions' outlined in the Constitution?  I'm not so sure that couldn't be pulled off successfully.

 

If the Great Deceiver starts detaining people (i.e. rather than taking care of them) because they're suspected of having an airborne infectious disease, I think you might see certain states rise up and revolt.  Maybe a LOT of them.  It could literally become the basis for another 'great national contest' of the kind we haven't seen since....1860.

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If You Think Guns Should Be Controlled To Keep Women Safe, This Video Might Change Your Mind

If You Think Guns Should Be Controlled To Keep Women Safe, This Video Might Change Your Mind | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it
Which woman in this video would you rather be?
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The Top 100 Tools to Capture, Edit, Publish and Distribute Video Online

The Top 100 Tools to Capture, Edit, Publish and Distribute Video Online | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it
The best tools and services to capture, edit, publish and distribute video online.

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Thanks Robin.  I like these Zeef pages too.

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Arnaud d'Haen's curator insight, August 1, 7:37 AM

good to know

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Wow!  This is an incredible compilation of video resources. If you're currently using video in your marketing program (or plan to start), I highly recommend you check it out.

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Want to make  the most powerful  medium  even greater? Use these  applications  to help make your videos better.

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Leafit -- Easily Monetize Your Social Content

Leafit -- Easily Monetize Your Social Content | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it
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Imagine if social networks allowed you to get paid for just posting a picture of a good product, at a guaranteed lowest price, on their social site?

 

That's basically what's happening.  Soon to be launched is Leafit, the new social network that allows you to monetize pictures.  Facebook and Pinterest and other social sites just use your content to attract viewers who are exposed to ads that those platforms sell.  But now you can turn the tables and monetize your own 'stuff'.

 

Think about it.  How many times do you think you've put a picture on a social post that somebody somewhere, depending on how viral the post content and the picture was, decided they liked that item and went out and bought it somewhere?

 

It's probably happened at least a few times..... but it won't happen ever again to people who use the soon to be released free ItApp.  Just post a picture, tag it and get paid.  Get more information here:

www.leafit.biz/dancer

 

You can join for free as an affiliate or take advantage of some extended income options by joining as an associate for a small monthly fee.  Either way, it's the direction that social media is going. 

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Read the internet like a newspaper with PaperLater

Read the internet like a newspaper with PaperLater | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it

...Tom Taylor, co-founder of Newspaper Club tells The Verge that tests of the service have so far been positive. PaperLater appears to be a love or hate service, says Taylor. "The reaction [has been] divided between 'OMG I've wanted this all my life' and 'Why on earth would you print out the internet?'"

 

PaperLater will never take the place of services like Pocket — even Taylor admits to using it alongside a similar app. Short articles suitable for a commute go to the app, longer articles get pushed to the weekend for reading with PaperLater. "It's about giving people the choice to take something offline, and making it really easy to do that." As odd a service as it may seem, PaperLater's existence isn't without precedent.  

 

Newspaper Club was founded with similar principles, and has been successfully running for years. Rather than offering an automated service like PaperLater, the site provides simple tools to create custom newspapers, and it's printed over four million newspapers since its formation in 2009....


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I think this is a great idea.  People like having something to hold in their hands and read.  A lot of people, like me, get tired of squinting to read content on a computer screen or, even worse, a mobile device.

 

Also, something you can hold in your hand and carry around with you has the potential go go viral in a way that online stuff simply doesn't.

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What if you could publish your own newspaper? Now you can with PaperLater.

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A Scientific Guide to Hashtags: How Many, Which Ones, and Where to Use Them | Social Media Today

A Scientific Guide to Hashtags: How Many, Which Ones, and Where to Use Them | Social Media Today | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it

Internet language has evolved considerably over the past few years as social media has taken off. Hashtags are a huge part of this evolution. What once was a telephone button is now a social media phenomenon.  No wonder people are curious.

 

When they ask, I tell them that hashtags are a pound sign immediately followed by a keyword. They're used for categorization on social media. Yes, they can be annoying if overused. And yes, I've seen the hashtag video of Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake.

 

Hashtags also have the potential to be truly valuable. The stats and info below make a pretty clear case that we should be understanding, using, and appreciating hashtags....


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wanderingsalsero's insight:

Most people don't really use hashtags because it sounds too confusing.  I'll admit I don't use them either but I know I should.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, June 20, 12:45 AM

Kevan Lee says hashtags rule and it's time you learned how to use them effectively.

Two Pens's curator insight, June 20, 10:29 AM

Good  explanation and. Tips on #tags. 

Deanna Dahlsad's curator insight, June 20, 1:22 PM

Important for readers & writers, researchers & marketers

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Congressmen: Obama using ‘Cloward-Piven maneuver’

Congressmen: Obama using ‘Cloward-Piven maneuver’ | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it
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I agree with this but I never consciously realized that one of the immediate objectives would be to turn Texas into a Democratic state.  Texas needs to 'push back'.  

 

Will Perry do it?

 

I doubt it.  But regardless, this is a good example of how the southern states felt pre-Civil War when the north was simply pushing them too fast to change their economy by freeing all the slave immediately.....and look what chaos that created in the southern economy for many years after that.

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Videos may make up 84 percent of internet traffic by 2018: Cisco

Videos may make up 84 percent of internet traffic by 2018: Cisco | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it
By Marina Lopes WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Video consumption of the World Cup alone will generate nearly as much Internet traffic as occurred in all of Australia in 2013, according to a new Cisco Systems Inc report that shows growth in Internet traffic is fueled by video. The report, which says video is expected to grow to 84 percent of Internet traffic in the United States by 2018 from 78 percent currently, raises questions about whether Internet service providers should prioritize traffic, which has become a controversial issue. "In the future at some point every month is going to look like the world cup month because the consumption just keeps getting bigger and bigger," said Robert Pepper, Cisco's vice president of global technology policy. Cisco, one of the leading makers of networking equipment, studies the use and speed of devices, connections and data for an annual forecast of Internet traffic growth.
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The implications of this are very clear but it's too bad that most business owners don't realize that even a mediocre video is better than none.  They don't have to beat the 'guy' on the top.  They just have to beat the person who's doing little or nothing.

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7 Quick Ways to Curate Industry Content for Your Blog

7 Quick Ways to Curate Industry Content for Your Blog | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it

ThisLearn how to keep your blog going through the help of curation -- and where the heck to find that content when you need it.

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This is an interesting amalgamation of information sources but I've always said the nowadays the biggest challenge isn't just about finding information.  It's also about determining what that information means (if anything at all) and being able to express that (or those) points to your own unique audience.  

 

In other words..."OK.  More information.  So what?!"  But of course some people already pointed out that curation IS about more than just the raw information itself, right?  I've always said that a few wise words, well spoken softly and slowly, are worth a lot more than gigs of info 'dumped' on somebody's head.

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Why LinkedIn is morphing from a social network into an online newspaper

Why LinkedIn is morphing from a social network into an online newspaper | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it

On May 5th, LinkedIn will celebrate its 11th birthday.It announced last month that 300 million people had signed up for the professional social network. This evening, LinkedIn will report earnings for first quarter of this year, which analysts expect to surpass the company’s own guidance.

 

Despite all these positive signs, there is one question that has dogged the network for the majority of its history: What is LinkedIn actually for?Establishing a clearer identity is crucial to LinkedIn’s future. 

 

While more than 300 million people have joined, LinkedIn’s most recent filings suggest that the number of people who log in at least once a month is probably closer to 200 million. Growth in US monthly desktop users and desktop pageviews both slipped into negative territory last year (though visitors from mobile are climbing)....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, May 6, 11:39 AM

This is a very thorough business overview of LinkedIn, its challenges and its future.

Marilyn Moran's curator insight, May 6, 8:43 PM

Definitely becoming more of a content platform.

Raise the Roof Marketing's curator insight, May 7, 3:34 AM

What do you think about the changes being made to LinkedIn.

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Google Is Reportedly Set To Carve Up Its Failed Social Network Google+ | Business Insider

Google Is Reportedly Set To Carve Up Its Failed Social Network Google+ | Business Insider | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it

Google may kill its social network, Google+, following Vic Gundotra's departure.Google is reportedly planning to dismantle its social network, Google+. Google will consider Google+ a platform rather than a product, TechCrunch reports, citing "multiple sources.

 

"This means that it will no longer exist as a social network aimed at competing with Facebook, but it still might be integrated into Google's existing products. The company has allegedly been shifting the teams that used to be at "the core" of Google+ and is moving more talent toward the Android team....


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I must admit that I'm one of those people who was kind of irritated when I started to hear that Google+ was ANOTHER social network I had to worry about.  As if Facebook wasn't enough pain-in-the-ass.  However, I will admit also that any property that Google has is probably going to be impossible to ignore simply because they clearly are going to give it preferential treatment (just like Blogger).

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AffiliateMarketHelp's curator insight, April 27, 9:35 PM

Like countless others, I truly hope all this is premature 'idle chat'....like what the phone will look like, etc.  Google+ is a mainstay of mine; I have met and made numerous friends and business contacts/learned a multitude of new things/been introduced to entirely new concepts/the list goes on and on.

 

Please, if you feel as I do, LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD TO GOOGLE!  KEEP YOUR HANDS OFF GOOGLE+ UNLESS IT IS IMPROVEMENT TO UTILIZATION, ETC.

 

Thank you one and all.

thomas junillon's curator insight, April 28, 8:27 AM

wait & see... as usual with G+!

Joan Puighermanal Oller's curator insight, April 28, 11:42 AM

Segons algunes fonts Google tancarà Google+ com a xarxa social!!

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The Top 100 Tools to Capture, Edit, Publish and Distribute Video Online

The Top 100 Tools to Capture, Edit, Publish and Distribute Video Online | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it
The best tools and services to capture, edit, publish and distribute video online.

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This list would probably just intimidate most business owners but it will, no-doubt, be interesting to more curious onliners.  Robin always has interesting info.

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wanderingsalsero's curator insight, August 1, 8:07 AM

Thanks Robin.  I like these Zeef pages too.

Barbara Alevras, PMP's curator insight, August 1, 9:36 AM

Wow!  This is an incredible compilation of video resources. If you're currently using video in your marketing program (or plan to start), I highly recommend you check it out.

Nicholas Brodzinski's curator insight, August 1, 10:53 AM

Want to make  the most powerful  medium  even greater? Use these  applications  to help make your videos better.

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How to Score Your Website’s SEO in 10 Minutes or Less

How to Score Your Website’s SEO in 10 Minutes or Less | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it
Many digital marketers know a lot of details about SEO, but they have trouble with the big picture. One of the most important skills you can develop is g
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Worthwhile even if it's just to read and  have it in your subconscious basically what and where these factors are.

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Argentina Economy Minister: "Who believes in the rating agencies?"

Argentina Economy Minister: "Who believes in the rating agencies?" | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it
August 1, 2014
Tallinn, Estonia

What a disaster.

For the second time in the last fifteen or so odd years, Argentina has defaulted on its debt. And as we reported a few weeks ago, there was no easy way out.

Years ago, most of the creditors that Argentina had stiffed in 2001 agreed on a sett
wanderingsalsero's insight:

As the article say, "Why indeed?"

 

It's not a superfluous question and the point Simon so correctly makes is that the same question applies to a lot of assumptions so many people have held dear for the last 50 years.

 

I'm thinking that when the end of the dollar does come, it WILL come as a big surprise to 99% of the public but there will be insiders who know it's arrival date days or weeks in advance.

 

Matter of fact, I wouldn't be surprised if somehow they position themselves to make money from it and or even precipitate it.  But you can bet that the administration and our Great Deceiver will try to spin it and pin the rap on somebody else....probably some element of the 'patriot' movement.

 

I also think the biggest unknown factor affecting the direction and velocity of this downhill snowball is.... Russia.  It's like a doctor (the West and the globalists) trying to give a screaming, moving kid (Russia and the rest of the world) a shot.....it's often doesn't go like the doctor plans.

 

Let's see.

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Epic Rant: Watch Joan Rivers Take A Sledgehammer And Completely Obliterate The Mainstream Media

Epic Rant: Watch Joan Rivers Take A Sledgehammer And Completely Obliterate The Mainstream Media | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it
It's refreshing to see a Hollywood actress express her thoughts freely...
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I gotta tell ya....somebody who speaks simple language is so refreshing.  Joan is right.

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Panda 4.0: Good news for content, bad news for link-stuffing

Panda 4.0: Good news for content, bad news for link-stuffing | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it

Google’s latest Panda algorithm will not spell the death of press releases. Rather, it will ensure they contain higher-quality content that consumers and members of the media are looking for, say major wire services.

 

Google rolled out Panda 4.0, an algorithm designed to prevent sites with poor-quality content from ranking high in its search results. While the company has updated Panda several times throughout the years, a recent report by Search Engine Land claimed wire sites lost "significant rankings" on Google, between 60% and 85%, after the most recent update....


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I'm sure I'm not the only person who asks this question, but, "What about what 'we the people' think is 'good content'?"

 

In this article, I read the phrase (something about), 'what Google considers good content'.  Actually I think this is another case where Google is stacking the deck and putting this business of internet marketing more out-of-reach or normal people.

 

It's not their right to determine what's 'normal'.  What are they going to do next, start penalizing us for spelling and punctuation?

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, July 5, 1:14 AM

When it comes to Panda 4.0, no news is bad news. News releases with useful information and valuable content will still deliver but it's bad news for link-stuffing.

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10 Ways To Create A Small And Simple Website Without The Overkill

10 Ways To Create A Small And Simple Website Without The Overkill | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it
WordPress is not the be all and end all of website creation, as some other excellent services will prove to you. The sturdy WordPress platform continues to be one of the top choices for creating a website, and deservingly so. But, in certain scenarios, WordPress as a website solution can be overkill. Say, you're a writer or a…
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A few of these could easily be used by a merchants.  I suspect they might even be worthwhile for the SEO in certain ways.

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How to Write Great Headlines That Go Viral | Sendible

How to Write Great Headlines That Go Viral | Sendible | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it

Wanna know a secret? The headline of this post alone, with proper placement and sharing of the article of course, might take this viral.

 

The good people over at KISSmetrics did some research a few years back about what makes a good headline, and the results were very helpful. The interesting thing about writing is that while verbiage and colloquialisms will change over time and distance, the basics of communication always remain the same.

 

All that to say that a quality formula for developing a headline will stay pretty evergreen, as true a decade or two from now as it is today. The method the author developed became SHINE, and I personally found it very helpful. So why not share it?...


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They're right.  Headlines the the single most important part of the article/post process.  The liberating thing about that realization is that it's so easy to practice writing good headlines.  If people realized the infinite possibilities for good content, they'd feel more comfortable with practicing writing good headlines.  Just like anything else, practice is the key.

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Practical tips to help you write a headline that could go viral.

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This is terrific.

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How to Use Google Plus for Marketing [INFOGRAPHIC]

How to Use Google Plus for Marketing [INFOGRAPHIC] | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it

Neil Patel: "Whether you like or hate Google Plus, you have no choice but to leverage it. Why? Because Google owns it!

 

As the most popular site in the world, Google can really help boost your revenue. Having the top rankings can mean the difference between being in business and being out of business".


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You know... I REALLY have a hard time feeling friendly toward Google.  Or YouTube, for that matter.  They're both arrogant as the day is long.  I mean, where else would any sane person do business with somebody where you couldn't even talk directly to a manger...let alone the 'owner'.

 

They get all pissy and and toss people off of their platforms with virtually zero recourse at all while at the same time giving the government any and all information they want while ALSO taking our information and using it either (a) for their own purposes and/or (b) against us.

 

That's good service?

 

I recall hearing that Google+ is changing into another animal now that the original founder has departed.  That's the way these guys do it.  They're digital 'pushers'.... get you hooked and then raise the price.

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Gareth Harris's curator insight, June 16, 6:35 AM

Do you use Google+? This article shows wow to Use Google Plus for Marketing.

Sara Greenfield's curator insight, June 20, 8:30 AM

What a fantastic Infographic

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36 redundant phrases to eliminate from your writing

36 redundant phrases to eliminate from your writing | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it

...One way I’ve found to help readers is to use concise language and eliminate redundancies. As Strunk and White advise, “Make every word tell.


Below is a list of phrases in which every word does not tell. These phrases are redundant, repetitive, wordy, and verbose. Paring phrases such as these is an easy way to tighten your writing. (Redundant words are italicized.) 

• added bonus
• advance planning
• armed gunman
• circulate around
• close proximity
• completely full 
• consensus of opinion ...


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I see some in here that I'm guilty of using too!

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, June 12, 11:13 AM

As Strunk and White famously admonished, ‘Omit needless words.’ Here are 36 worth omitting. Your readers will thank you for it.

Smith_Lin's curator insight, June 13, 4:25 AM

Something to add to essay writing skills

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Master This Copywriting Formula to Dominate Any Social Media Platform | Copyblogger

Master This Copywriting Formula to Dominate Any Social Media Platform | Copyblogger | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it

When you master copywriting fundamentals you can take those skills anywhere. Take the Problem-Agitate-Solve formula for example ...The formula works like this:- Identify a problem- Agitate that problem- Trot out the solutionIts applications are endless....


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This is nothing new.

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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, June 5, 8:14 AM

Understanding human behavior is key to mastering internet skills. Great article.

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The Busy Person's Guide to Content Curation: A 3-Step Process

The Busy Person's Guide to Content Curation: A 3-Step Process | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it

Museums curate works of art. We digital marketers curate blog posts.

 

Though our link shares may not be artistic contributions, the idea of curation is at least the same at museums and online: We’re all seeking only the best material to pass along to our patrons, customers, fans, or followers.

 

Finding and sharing exquisite content  has never had more value than it does today.People love being told what’s good to read or essential to see. With that in mind, we’ve collected some ways to get started with curation and to do so as efficiently and expertly as possible....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, May 6, 2:26 AM

This is a really well done guide to content curation, useful for newcomers and old hands alike.

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Escape Google With These 12 Search Engine Alternatives

Escape Google With These 12 Search Engine Alternatives | Building a Web Presence | Scoop.it

Google isn't the only game in town and isn't even the best alternative for many specific search tasks and needs. Here's how to escape Google's grip with Bing, Blekko, BuzzSumo, DuckDuckGo, SocialMention, Quantcast, Topsy, Wolfram|Alpha, and more.

 

As concerns over the de facto monopoly status of Google continue to grow, I'm reminded of the great philosopher Herman Cain and his infamous line  "blame yourself". As long as "Google" is a generic phrase for Internet search, their dominant position is assured. That said, you can do something about it.There are plenty of Google alternatives and many of these players offer a bettersearch experience, depending on your needs. Here are 12 alternatives to escape your reliance on Google for all things search...


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The author is right:  as long as we continue to think that Google is "THE" internet search engine....we can't complain about how Google treats us.  I need to look into these alternatives too.

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Gas caroline's curator insight, May 6, 3:39 AM

Une mine d'infos pour ceux qui cherchent une alternative à Google pour leurs recherches.

Olga Senognoeva's curator insight, May 6, 3:51 AM

Список поисковых инструментов, альтернативных Google.

Если ссылка не открывается - обратите внимание на перечисление поисковиков в первом абзаце поста.

Gonzalo Moreno's curator insight, May 8, 2:51 PM

Hay vida más allá de Google...

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How to Embed a Google+ Post [Quick Tip]

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Learn how to embed Google+ posts on your website or blog in just 5 simple steps.
wanderingsalsero's insight:

It's really been amazing to me over the last few months how every time I delve a little deeper in Google+ I discover something else amazing about it that I didn't realize before.  In this case it's Google+ Post embeds.

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http://www.hartspcrepair.com IT services introduction. We help small business owners with their IT issues. If your business needs an affordable and reliable ...
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I've always believed that it was good karma to give thanks where thanks is due and that certainly applies to Paul Hart and his trusty iMac expert Chris Carruthers. They helped over a major hurdle tonight and undoubtedly saved me a lot of further frustration.

I've recently been using an iMac for most of my work. Even though I don't really like Macs very much, I was using it primarily because of the bigger screen. But....

Today I started to have problems with my Adobe Flash.....as and the Firefox platform that I use it on---- it didn't work! So I'm thinking....'What to do?'

I recalled an outsourcing service I'd used before and had pretty good luck with so I went back there and picked out a listing that somehow just 'felt' kinda safe to me. I sent them and email and, even though they're in Georgia and I"m way over here in the UAE, I heart back from the owner, Paul, in just a few hours.

Anybody who's ever dealt with service issues online knows how tense it can be while you wait and wonder and hope that somebody will get back to you, right? That's how I felt.

Much to my relief, I got a skype call from Paul and we set up a time about an hour in the future where he and his Mac guy, Chris, would get back to me and we'd hook-up online and they'd try to solve my problem.

It was obvious that Chris knew what he was doing....i.e. he knew his way 'around' on a Mac but after about 15-20 (much more time than I had prepaid for, Chris began to suspect that it might be a deeper problem than just a configuration issue.

He did some snooping around on various forums and such, right there in 'real time' and...shur'nuff.... he discovered that lots of other people were having similar issue with Macs and Firefox and Flash.

Long-story-short.... we agreed that I should just use Chrome until Firefox got their act together and fixed their Flash plugin to work on Macs. Point is.....they really treated me nice. No bitching about the mystery or goobly-gook trying to 'mouse-up' the ticket. They did exactly what I wanted them to do....they found the answer to my problem.

It made perfect sense to me so....for now.....I'm going to be a Chrome-boy....for now :-) But I would highly recommend Paul and Chris and Hart's PC Repair for any kind of PC problems. Paul's got a real radio-announcer's voice and he and Chris are very easy to communicate with (i.e. they listen well). And last but not least, they're very economical too.

They tell me they do a lot of virus removals (easy to do remotely if you know what you're doing like they do!), remote support and tech support and, just to prove they're not a 'flash-in-the-pan' they've been in business for over 9 years.

Especially for anybody in the US., as cheap as long distance calls are nowadays, it's nice to know that PC frustration relief is just a phone call away .



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