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The "dofollow" links is the golden goose.
Tippercoin is a free service that lets you show a little appreciation for free online "services. You enjoy reading an article, watching a video and want to give a little tip. Here's how to do it"
Micro tipping could easily change the landscape of social media, especially with the expected Bitcoin growth.
A frowing different species in the Storytelling kingdom. Save it in your Google Doc, enjoy at your leisure.
Universal access to free higher education is a no-brainer http://t.co/46Q2up4kuY
Ironically, a recent Senate investigation found that the for-profit sector alone was chowing down on 25 percent of all federal aid dollars.
[Infographic] 20 Captivating Marketing StatisticsThis new infographic reveals 20 marketing statistics that you should use to direct your future marketing campai
Why it's the genny in the bottle? Dynamic content will improve engagement levels with more relevant messaging, with a large impact on bottom line, making calls to action more persuasive, and increase the likelihood of conversion. Thank you Chintan Jain
That's the sweet taste of knowing them only online!
Presenters beware! Are you sending out body language signals that send the wrong message to your audience? Infographic via Entrepreneur. More entrepreneurship advice.
Just a reminder.
Always stick to your time-tested signals
“ One of Stephen Covey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is to Begin with the End in Mind.”This infographic does just that – recognizing that you need to establish your goals first when looking to your social media marketing strategy. It doesn’t simply speak about conversions – it speaks to the other business uses of social media: Brand Marketing, Thought Leaderhsip, Service and Sales Prospecting. Much of the strength of social media doesn’t come from the immediate push… it’s the echos and volume that are established over time.
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2014 is the year of social medai.. Or was it 2013. Here's an interesting citation from 2009
"The concept of Social Media is top of the agenda for many business
executives today. Decision makers, as well as consultants, try to identify ways in which ﬁrms can make proﬁtable use of applications such as YouTube, Facebook, Second Life, and Twitter. Yet despite this interest, there seems to be very limited understanding of what the term ‘‘Social Media’’ exactly means"
2009 Kelley School of Business, Indiana University
Facebook, Twitter, Email – How To Prepare For Your Digital Afterlife [INFOGRAPHIC]
What happens to all of this when we die?
Can social media help us live forever? Do we actually want that?
You know the saying, "don't take life seriously, you won't get out alive"? Time to think again.
Here's a roadmap to online eternity.
It’s no secret that Pinterest is one of the most used social network sites of today. When it started as an elite club, everyone waited for their invitation and acceptance into the new visual site. Once users got started, they...
Even Laundries need love!!
Time to reconsider how you name your Brand Pinterest Board.
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Keep this tool at your finger tips.
I tried "Video Content Discovery" and "Video Documentary"..much more than I bargained for. Thanks for sharing.
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In 2013 I found myself experimenting more and more with the new quantified self technologies. If you are looking for some ideas on what to try out in 2014 and if you think that digital can give you a head start on your health resolutions then here are six things you might like to try out.
1. App action. Much is made of the comparative strengths of the big quantified self gadgets such as Fitbit, Jawbone and Nike Fuelband. But having tried them all out, I have found that it’s their companion apps that makes all the difference. For me, the Jawbone Up has the best smartphone app and for that reason is worth a try if you haven’t already. It’s data visualisations are slick, navigation is great and up with the best, and the app plugs into other services easily, such as IFTTT.com.
2. Lift. If there’s one thing that helps you stick to you goals, it’s peer pressure. A service I have used this year to help on this front is Lift. Founded by a team including the founders of Twitter, Lift lets you browse for activities to add to an online list of habits which you then need to tick off every day and share with others. Lift works best when kept simple, so pick a few habits and use this app to try to stick to them.
3. Scales. Tracking your weight has never been easier, whether you are trying to shift the pounds or bulk up in the new year. I can recommend the Withings Smart Body Analyzer for this. It has a great app which charts your stats, from weight to BMI and more. If also connects to web services such as IFTTT so you can experiment with how you log and access your data.
4. IFTTT. I have mentioned it twice already. If This Then That is a service that has vastly improved in recent months. It connects dozens of different apps and web services, with recent additions including Google Glass and iPhone location. My tip would be for you to browse shared ‘recipes’ on IFTTT and start using some of the health focused set-ups on there. Running a search for Withings, Jawbone or FitBit will give you a bunch of ideas.
5. Sleep. Using your quantified self gadgets to improve your rest time has to be one of their most overlooked features. I would recommend the Jawbone Up for its sleep functionality. It allows you to set your morning alarm call to go off only when you are in light sleep, for example – the theory being that you are more refreshed when you wake up when you’re in light sleep. It’s silent alarm and powernap function are pretty good too.
6. Diet. Logging your food intake needs to be simple if you’re going to find the time and energy to do it. Both Fitbit and the Jawbone Up have good food logging aspects to their app, but my tip here is to spend just three days tracking your typical food intake and then measuring the amount of energy you need to burn off to ensure you’re more active than what you eat. If a typical day equals 10,000 steps of energy to burn off, then you don’t need to track food intake every day in order to know what a good activity target should be. So do some diet tracking early in the new year and you’ll be able to set better activity targets thereafter.
Lift lets you browse for activities to add to an online list of habits which you then need to tick off every day and share with others