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The Journey of a Tweet: Infographic

The Journey of a Tweet: Infographic | curating your interests | Scoop.it

Twitter is a cultural phenomenon that has changed the way we communicate around the world. This infographic shows the literal journey of a tweet - from the initial tweet to the retweet and beyond.


This graph shows that a single tweet can cross social media channels in mere seconds. In this age of quick technology, people are getting information at such a rapid rate that it’s hard to keep up at times...

Check out the infographic for more interesting facts.


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Maria Persson's curator insight, May 16, 2013 1:01 AM

Look closely...where do your tweets go in your 'professional circles'?

EmbroidMe New Lenox's curator insight, May 16, 2013 9:34 AM

Amazing how information sharing has changed in such a short amount of time with Twitter.

Joe Wise's curator insight, May 16, 2013 5:32 PM

Always wondered what the .....

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INFOGRAPHIC: Social Media Checklist for Business

INFOGRAPHIC: Social Media Checklist for Business | curating your interests | Scoop.it
People always ask us what basic things they can do on a day to day basis, to improve their social media presence on the top social communities.

 

Well the guys at the whole brain group have put together a great Infographic, that can be printed and used as your daily social media checklist for your business.

 

Check out 8 Ways to Improve Your Facebook Edgerank, Engagement, and Success if you are looking for a basic strategy to really improve your Facebook fanpage’s success.


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Online Etiquette Cheat Sheet: Social Media, Email & IM

Online Etiquette Cheat Sheet: Social Media, Email & IM | curating your interests | Scoop.it

There are plenty of online trolls out there who will make it their objective to lower your self esteem on the Internet. Sometimes it’s a way for them to get attention, and other times they simply want to get their message across. There is really no way to shield yourself from it. It’s everywhere, and that will most likely always be the case. If you want to make sure you don’t come across as an attention seeking troll, you might consider following some of the unspoken rules that have evolved on the Internet since its release. It’s not all that boring to learn them either since there is now a cheat sheet for modern online etiquette available.

 

This simple and straight forward online etiquette cheat sheet is quite interesting since it deals with etiquette for email, message boards, Facebook, Twitter as well as for instant messaging. Knowing a few things about online etiquette will definitely benefit you while you tread the Internet looking for information and interesting people to connect with. The great thing about cheat sheets is that you can print them out and keep them by your side in case you are unsure of anything, or if you just want to update yourself every once in while.

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INFOGRAPHIC: How to Dominate Big Data & Beat the Competition with Technology

INFOGRAPHIC: How to Dominate Big Data & Beat the Competition with Technology | curating your interests | Scoop.it
Learn how to manage Big Data with new technologies designed to help you unlock insight and compete more effectively.

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Social Media Checklist For Businesses [Infographic]

Social Media Checklist For Businesses [Infographic] | curating your interests | Scoop.it
This is the ultimate social media guide for businesses just getting started in the social media community. It's very simple and detailed.

 

As we’ve said many times before, social media is a lot different now than it was a few years ago. Although every person and every brand starts at the same place in social media, there are two very different perspectives which can change the entire experience altogether.

 

First, there are those people and brands who have been on Twitter and Facebook for a long time. Maybe they signed up for those services in 2008, 2009 or 2010. Those people have had the opportunity to get acclimated to each new social media service as it comes out, and each time a new one gets popular (like Pinterest), they find a way to incorporate it into their already busy social media schedule.

 

Then there are those people and brands who may feel a little late in getting started, and they don’t feel like they have time to take it all in gradually like we did. They need to get engaged in the community quickly, and they jump in on several social media sites at once. For those people, the learning curve is steep. It takes a big dose of patience and dedication to really grasp each site individually, and hitting them all at once can be almost overwhelming.

 

For people who are going through this, the good news is, everyone stumbles and has to feel their way around social media when they first get started. It’s okay! Just be yourself and take it one day at a time. For brands going through this, it’s a little different than it is for individual people. People are not as forgiving of brands, and there is an expectation that brands know what they are doing in social media.

 

If your business needs help with this, I have just the thing for you. This is the best social media checklist I’ve seen in a long time. A lot of these types of infographics say things like “engage in social media” but they don’t say how often or on which site specifically. This infographic, called Sensible Social Media Checklist For Businesses created by The Whole Brain Group, is very detailed, and it will guide you through exactly what to do until you get the hang of it.

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