Key features excerpted from official website: - Save your web highlights: Every day you find amazing things on the internet. With Keeeb you can just save the bits and pieces you like from any web page.
- Restructure like never before: Create topic pages for anything you want to research or collect. Group, rearrange, comment, and organize all your keeebies the way you want to.
- Team up, share, and discover: Keep them private or public. If you like, you can share your keeebies and topic pages or work together with your friends or colleagues on them.
Lately a lot of the buzz around how the crowd can help your business has been around crowdfunding, and for good reason, given how much the industry has grown in 2012, but crowdsourcing has also been in the rise, especially in the enterprise.
Are you obsessed with social media? Do you suffer from social network overload? This infographic (from My Life) tells some interesting statistics. Takeaways (40% of people would rather get a root canal than give up their social networks?
Trivia: First infographic was created by Cristoph Scheiner in 1612(wow!) where he used a series of images to explain the rotation of the sun over time.
Social Media Stats(Infographics Post vs Traditional Post):
- Facebook: An infographic posts received 61 likes while a traditional post 69 likes. Thats about 12% less likes for the Infographic post. - Twitter: The infographic post was retweeted 578 times while the tradional post received only 62 retweets, making the Infographics posts 832% more popular over the traditional post. - Google Plus: Infographic most was more popular within Google Plus users receiving 9 +1′s while traditional one received 4 +1′s, thats a 125% increase. - LinkedIn: Again Infographic was the winner getting shared 51 times, about 629% more than the traditional post shares(7 shares). - Stumbleupon: SU generated 330 pageviews for the infographic post while the traditional one got 39 pageviews. Infographics once more was more popular by 746%. - Pinterest: Newly born social media of Pinterest created the same amount of views(62 views) for both type of posts Infographic and traditional one.
Excerpted from review article on TechCrunch: "This week the teacher-turned-entrepreneur Adam Below officially launched eduClipper, a platform that allows teachers and students to explore, share and contribute to a library of educational content. In both function and design, it’s essentially a Pinterest for education, with one notable difference: Because eduClipper is built exclusively for teachers and students, unlike Pinterest, you probably won’t find it blocked by your local school.
Educators and students can explore thousands of pieces of educational content, find lesson plans, resources and videos and search for the most popular content by subject or interest.
With eduClipper, users can share individual eduClips (or pieces of content) or eduClipboards (collections of content) with colleagues or students while cross-posting or embedding that content on other social platforms or sending them through email.
EduClips are created through the site’s bookmarklet (a Chrome extension), so once it’s installed in their browsers, teachers and students can grab any content they find on the web, Google Drive, Google Apps and more, and add them to their collection, i.e. their eduClipboards. Once grabbed, the site automatically grabs the source link, too, so that it’s easy to get back to the original content and easy to give proper citation.
Teachers and students can share these clipboards so that their classmates and colleagues can collaborate on assignments or in-class activities, create groups to share these resources with and align the content that’s clipped and shared to Common Core Standards. That’s the big advantage of eduClipper over Pinterest, that content can easily be organized and annotated for each class or subject by way of these learning collections. It also has the benefit of being created by a teacher who has spent the last five years searching for and curating the web’s best educational content..."
No one can deny that TED.com is one of the most successful and iconic idea-sharing platforms online. Since 2006, TED Talk videos have racked up over 800 million views. One of our favourite speakers, Sir Ken Robinson, has amassed a huge number of views. Take a look at his"Bring on the learning revolution!" or one of his most successful talks "Ken Robinson says schools kill creativity"
Every web publisher — and especially content marketer — yearns for an engaged and loyal audience. But with the sheer volume of noise, clutter and — well, content — online it can be hard to figure out how to reach people and keep them coming back for more.
The content marketing agency BlueGlass knows a lot about how to do this well. They’ve run successful campaigns for clients including eBay, Conde Nast and Greatist. Now BlueGlass is ready to share some of its secrets with Mashable readers. The company produced this exclusive infographic to run down some of the ways you too can build an engaged audience online.
94 percent of corporate businesses use social media, while 85 percent say that it’s given their business more exposure. The infographic below shows how and why businesses are blogging and going social.
- 94% of businesses use social media - 85% say it’s given their business more exposure - 92% says their favorite social media tool is Facebook - 23% of 2011 Fortune 500 companies maintain a blog