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Social Media Brings Power To The People [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwitter

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Social Media Brings Power To The People [INFOGRAPHIC] (Social Media Brings Power To The People [INFOGRAPHIC] http://t.co/6JXE30kl via @alltwtr)

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malek's curator insight, January 24, 2013 7:12 AM

The mouth-to-mouth network is mightier than the pen, video clips.

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20+ Tools and Resources to Create Infographics for Free

20+ Tools and Resources to Create Infographics for Free | Digital Media & Science | Scoop.it
Inforgraphic is “graphical representation of information and data”. Infographics are often generally used to represent concisely data and statistics, or relationships or differences between two or more issues. When reading an article, it is always desirable to find the information visually since our brain is always going to digest and remembered it more easily. Moreover,(...)

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Stefano Principato's curator insight, March 31, 4:21 AM

Here are a number of freeware tools to create our own original infographics.

Depending on the needs us more fit either, and basically all are easy to use without requiring extensive technical knowledge.

malek's curator insight, March 31, 8:15 AM

Why Dipity:

visually engaging timelines that integrate video, audio, images, text, links, social media, location and timestamps.

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Twitter opens its data to researchers and academics with new Data Grants initiative

Twitter opens its data to researchers and academics with new Data Grants initiative | Digital Media & Science | Scoop.it

Twitter has been busy opening its data up to media — through a deal with CNN and Dataminr — and the music industry — via an agreement with 300 Entertainment — and now it is focusing on helping researchers and academics.

 

The company has announced the Twitter Data Grants initiative which it says will “give a handful of research institutions access to our public and historical data”. Users send over half a billion tweets per day, so there is all kinds of information that researchers may want to dig into, from health predictions and information, to global weather, seasonal culture (like Chinese New Year), public opinion on issues, etc.


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What is marketing automation [Infographic] - Smart Insights Digital Marketing Advice

What is marketing automation [Infographic] - Smart Insights Digital Marketing Advice | Digital Media & Science | Scoop.it
Understanding the scope, features and processes needed by Marketing Automation Marketing automation is a key focus in 2014 for many marketers it seems judg. Marketing topic(s):Marketing automation. Advice by Susanne Colwyn.

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CitNetExplorer - Amazing new tool for Analyzing and visualizing citation networks of scientific publications.

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CitNetExplorer is a software tool for visualizing and analyzing citation networks of scientific publications. The tool allows citation networks to be imported directly from the Web of Science database. Citation networks can be explored interactively, for instance by drilling down into a network and by identifying clusters of closely related publications.
 

Why use CitNetExplorer?

 

Examples of applications of CitNetExplorer include:

 

Analyzing the development of a research field over time. CitNetExplorer visualizes the most important publications in a field and shows the citation relations between these publications to indicate how publications build on each other.

 

Identifying the literature on a research topic. CitNetExplorer delineates the literature on a research topic by identifying publications that are closely connected to each other in terms of citation relations.

 

Exploring the publication oeuvre of a researcher. CitNetExplorer visualizes the citation network of the publications of a researcher and shows how the work of a researcher has influenced the publications of other researchers.

 

Supporting literature reviewing. CitNetExplorer facilitates systematic literature reviewing by identifying publications cited by or citing to one or more selected publications.

 

DataWeb of Science import. Citation networks can be imported directly from the Web of Sciencedatabase.Pajek export. Citation networks can be exported in the popular Pajek file format.Large networks. Very large citation networks, including millions of publications and tens of millions of citation relations, are supported.FeaturesDataVisualizationAnalysis

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VisualizationZooming and scrolling. Visualizations of citation networks can be explored using zoom and scroll functionality similar to for instance Google Maps. A smart labeling algorithm ensures that labels do not overlap.Indirect citation relations. In addition to direct citation relations, higher-order indirect citation relations can be made visible as well.Screenshots. Screenshots of citation network visualizations can be easily copied into other programs, such as Word or

 

PowerPoint.AnalysisSelection of publications. Publications can be selected simply by indicating the oldest and most recent publications of interest. Intermediate publications are automatically added to the selection.Drill down and expand. Drill down and expand functionality offers an intuitive way of moving through a citation network. Like in a web browser, back and forward buttons can be used to move back and forth.Algorithms. Algorithms are available for identifying connected components, clusters, core publications, and shortest and longest paths.

 

 

Why use CitNetExplorer?

Examples of applications of CitNetExplorer include:

Analyzing the development of a research field over time. CitNetExplorer visualizes the most important publications in a field and shows the citation relations between these publications to indicate how publications build on each other.

Identifying the literature on a research topic. CitNetExplorer delineates the literature on a research topic by identifying publications that are closely connected to each other in terms of citation relations.

Exploring the publication oeuvre of a researcher. CitNetExplorer visualizes the citation network of the publications of a researcher and shows how the work of a researcher has influenced the publications of other researchers.

Supporting literature reviewing. CitNetExplorer facilitates systematic literature reviewing by identifying publications cited by or citing to one or more selected publications.

 

 

SciNEtExplorer is a software tool for visualizing and analyzing citation networks of scientific publications. The tool allows citation networks to be imported directly from the Web of Science database. Citation networks can be explored interactively, for instance by drilling down into a network and by identifying clusters of closely related publications.Why use CitNetExplorer?

 

Examples of applications of CitNetExplorer include:

 

Analyzing the development of a research field over time. CitNetExplorer visualizes the most important publications in a field and shows the citation relations between these publications to indicate how publications build on each other.

 

Identifying the literature on a research topic. CitNetExplorer delineates the literature on a research topic by identifying publications that are closely connected to each other in terms of citation relations.

 

Exploring the publication oeuvre of a researcher. CitNetExplorer visualizes the citation network of the publications of a researcher and shows how the work of a researcher has influenced the publications of other researchers.

 

Supporting literature reviewing. CitNetExplorer facilitates systematic literature reviewing by identifying publications cited by or citing to one or more selected publications.

- See more at: http://www.citnetexplorer.nl/


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How Google Determines Where to Rank Your Website [INFOGRAPHIC]

How Google Determines Where to Rank Your Website [INFOGRAPHIC] | Digital Media & Science | Scoop.it

"The key to getting more search traffic isn’t just about building more links or adding more content. It is also about understanding Google’s algorithm. And if you want to take it a level deeper, it really comes down to understanding people since Google’s goal is always to do what’s best for its users".

 

View Infographic here: http://www.quicksprout.com/2014/03/26/how-google-determines-where-to-rank-your-website/

 


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Maryse Rebillot's curator insight, March 28, 2:02 PM

Good tips... Something I didn't know: the backlinks to aged domains.

Barbara Saunders's curator insight, April 10, 12:13 PM

More ways to get more traffic to your site.

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Teaching with Twitter: 5 Resources for Getting Started

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Dr. Robert Williamson Jr. shares resources he found helpful in developing his own pedagogy of Twitter.


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The State of Social Marketing 2014

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Socialbakers conducted a social media pulse check across 82 countries and 20 industries to discover what marketers are focusing on, and more importantly, what they’re not. 

 

Here's what over 500 of your peers had to say about the state of social media marketing: http://www.socialbakers.com/blog/2110-the-state-of-social-marketing-2014

 


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Luz dela Luz's curator insight, March 14, 11:39 AM

Great info. I agree!

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Doctors and social media: It's time to embrace change

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I recently took on a position of medical journal editor. It is with the Journal of Kentucky Medical Association. It’s been a good learning experience. Part of the job of...

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Denise Silber's curator insight, March 6, 4:46 PM

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22 Effective Ways To Use Twitter In The Classroom - Edudemic

22 Effective Ways To Use Twitter In The Classroom - Edudemic | Digital Media & Science | Scoop.it

You can actually use Twitter in the classroom with Bloom's Taxonomy thanks to this awesome table that details nearly two dozen different ways to integrate the pair!


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Kate Thomson's curator insight, February 26, 2:25 PM

Some pithy ideas for using Twitter - doesn't touch upon using it for discussion.

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4 Steps to Building an Engaging Presence on Social Media |

4 Steps to Building an Engaging Presence on Social Media | | Digital Media & Science | Scoop.it
Drive social media engagement by using organic or paid targeting tactics, developing a content strategy and listening to your community feedback.

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malek's curator insight, March 5, 10:52 AM
#1: Build a Targeted Community

There’s no real shortcut to attracting the right people to your business community.  True, you can work smarter and follow best practices but you still have to do the work and be worth the attention your community has trusted you with.

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The Future of Search: Search IS The Future

The Future of Search: Search IS The Future | Digital Media & Science | Scoop.it

What is coming for SEO? 2014 and the few coming years will be dedicated to improving the quality of search and SEOs/digital marketers will need to expand their reach in order to remain ahead of search.

 

To summarize successful SEO will rely on:

 

- A better understanding of audiences at both global and personal levels;


- An optimized user journey across devices;

 

- Less and more user-centered, personalized content;

 

- The development of “real” expertise and authority;

 

 -Being proactive in semantic web standards adoption and optimization.

 

Read More: http://moz.com/ugc/the-future-of-search-search-is-the-future


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Michelle Gilstrap's curator insight, March 5, 3:12 PM

I agree that Search is going to be the wave for business as well, we must make sure we have our keywords working for us.

9Dotstrategies's curator insight, March 5, 9:50 PM

Search future in 2014

 

Anamaria Mocanu's curator insight, March 6, 2:50 AM

Challenging.

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Email marketing in the apparel and personal objects industry. An analysis. | Newsletter Monitor Blog

Email marketing in the apparel and personal objects industry. An analysis. | Newsletter Monitor Blog | Digital Media & Science | Scoop.it
Thanks to NewsletterMonitor, we analyzed 165,000 emails from the apparel and personal objects industry to discover insights that could help your email strategy.

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Open Access Roundup

"Over the past several weeks, we’ve witnessed a number of announcements, launches, and news stories related to open access (OA). This roundup of top stories includes the launch of a student-developed OA tool, the boycott of “luxury” journals by a Nobel Prize winner and his lab, a new national OA policy, and the debut of a long-awaited, long-planned-for initiative to support gold OA. Here’s a recap of five top stories—all of which reflect the truly global nature of OA."
from source: http://newsbreaks.infotoday.com/


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ghbrett's curator insight, January 9, 8:49 AM

Another end of the year summary about topics, in this case Open Access. What makes this different is the range of audiences which include international, scientific, education, and licensing issues. This one has information and links to 5 diverse stories that this online publication considers significant. It is a good summary and lead to further reading.

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Micro content - what is it and how to leverage it - Smart Insights Digital Marketing Advice

Micro content - what is it and how to leverage it - Smart Insights Digital Marketing Advice | Digital Media & Science | Scoop.it

Micro content, I keep hearing this term and thought it’d be useful to explore what it means; why content marketing is evolving and diversifying and what the practical applications of micro content are for marketing.

 

Essentially, micro content is as it sounds – short form content. Typically low cost, high value content appropriate to social channels. To all intents and purpose it’s social media content.


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22 Effective Ways To Use Twitter In The Classroom - Edudemic

22 Effective Ways To Use Twitter In The Classroom - Edudemic | Digital Media & Science | Scoop.it

You can actually use Twitter in the classroom with Bloom's Taxonomy thanks to this awesome table that details nearly two dozen different ways to integrate the pair!


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Kate Thomson's curator insight, February 26, 2:25 PM

Some pithy ideas for using Twitter - doesn't touch upon using it for discussion.

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New Map of Twitterverse Finds 6 Types of Networks

New Map of Twitterverse Finds 6 Types of Networks | Digital Media & Science | Scoop.it
People tweet about anything and everything, but a new Twitter analysis by a UMD computer scientist shows much of this conversation falls into six distinct patterns or networks.

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Richard Baxter's curator insight, March 4, 6:26 AM

This is really interesting esp with the number 6 I thought it would have been higher

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The Nature of Scholarship : The Digital Scholar: How Technology Is Transforming Scholarly Practice : Bloomsbury Academic

The Nature of Scholarship : The Digital Scholar: How Technology Is Transforming Scholarly Practice : Bloomsbury Academic | Digital Media & Science | Scoop.it
Most OA discussion centers around curation and use of data, rather than on how academic practice changes #opened14 http://t.co/CVvWoI3vga

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Doctors on Twitter: 2006 - 2014 Worldwide growth mapped #hcsm

Video maps growth in doctors, nurses and healthcare professionals using Twitter since its launch in 2006 to 2014. Data sourced using Creation Pinpoint, the w...

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Joseph Rugg's curator insight, March 22, 8:35 AM

While Facebook lends itself better as a professional social media portal, it would be interesting to know the growth in patients' following their physicians on Twitter (and other social media).  If we can get past the hurdles of HIPAA restrictions and other legal silliness, social media could become the mechanism through which patients and their physicians effectively interact.

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Twitter opens its data to researchers and academics with new Data Grants initiative

Twitter opens its data to researchers and academics with new Data Grants initiative | Digital Media & Science | Scoop.it

Twitter has been busy opening its data up to media — through a deal with CNN and Dataminr — and the music industry — via an agreement with 300 Entertainment — and now it is focusing on helping researchers and academics.

 

The company has announced the Twitter Data Grants initiative which it says will “give a handful of research institutions access to our public and historical data”. Users send over half a billion tweets per day, so there is all kinds of information that researchers may want to dig into, from health predictions and information, to global weather, seasonal culture (like Chinese New Year), public opinion on issues, etc.


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4 Smart Ways To Use a Preheader in your marketing emails

4 Smart Ways To Use a Preheader in your marketing emails | Digital Media & Science | Scoop.it
Describes how a preheader can add value to your emails, boosting responses and campaign success

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malek's curator insight, March 5, 10:37 AM

Remember that people look first

  • at the From line,
  • then the Subject line,
  • then at the Preview Pane (Preheader) when deciding whether to open your email...
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BioCode's Notes: In the ERA of science communication, Why you need Twitter, Professional Blog and ImpactStory?

BioCode's Notes: In the ERA of science communication, Why you need Twitter, Professional Blog and ImpactStory? | Digital Media & Science | Scoop.it
Where is the information? Where are the scientifically relevant results? Where are the good ideas? Are these things (only) in journals?

 

The author:" In the not too distant future, today’s science journals will be replaced by a set of decentralized, interoperable services that are built on a core infrastructure of open data and evolving standards — like the Internet itself. What the journal did in the past for a single article, the social media and internet resources are doing for the entire scholarly output. We are now immersed in a transition to another science communication system— one that will tap on Web technology to significantly improves dissemination. I prefer to represent the future of science communication by a block diagram where the four main components: (i) Data, (ii) Publications, (iii) Dissemination and (iv) Certification/Reward"

 

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http://computationalproteomic.blogspot.ca/2014/02/in-era-of-science-communication-why-you.html

 


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New Map of Twitterverse Finds 6 Types of Networks

New Map of Twitterverse Finds 6 Types of Networks | Digital Media & Science | Scoop.it
People tweet about anything and everything, but a new Twitter analysis by a UMD computer scientist shows much of this conversation falls into six distinct patterns or networks.

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Richard Baxter's curator insight, March 4, 6:26 AM

This is really interesting esp with the number 6 I thought it would have been higher

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What is marketing automation [Infographic] - Smart Insights Digital Marketing Advice

What is marketing automation [Infographic] - Smart Insights Digital Marketing Advice | Digital Media & Science | Scoop.it
Understanding the scope, features and processes needed by Marketing Automation Marketing automation is a key focus in 2014 for many marketers it seems judg. Marketing topic(s):Marketing automation. Advice by Susanne Colwyn.

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Using Social Media to Teach Visual Literacy in the 21st Century Classroom

Using Social Media to Teach Visual Literacy in the 21st Century Classroom | Digital Media & Science | Scoop.it

That we have evolved our favorite forms of communication is obvious without more than simply watching our students walk through the hallways. It would be easy to demonize social media and each medium that it provides for human interaction. But it would be educationally valuable to embrace it, turning it into an opportunity for our students to develop an appreciation for the advanced cognitive skills they employ on a daily basis. Why not study the highly visual communication models connecting the thoughts that mean the most to them with the social networks where they live their lives?


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Wayan Eka Budiartha's curator insight, March 6, 4:55 AM

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Alfredo Corell's curator insight, March 8, 3:15 PM

Visual literacy matters


Visual literacy is the ability to:

  1. Process and make meaning of information presented in an image.
  2. Communicate our own ideas through principles of design.
  3. Create our own messages that capture our visual thinking in a way that conceptualizes problems to given solutions.
Ness Crouch's curator insight, March 28, 9:00 PM

Visual Literacy has a new emphasis in the Australian Curriculum. This is certainly a good article to give ideas for embedding some good quality practice in digital learning. 

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Why You Need a Healthcare Social Media Editorial Calendar #hcsm

Why You Need a Healthcare Social Media Editorial Calendar #hcsm | Digital Media & Science | Scoop.it

The Importance of Social Media Editorial Calendars

Social media calendars are inclusive, integrating every aspect of healthcare marketing. From the blog to online newsrooms, events, email campaigns, video marketing, specials, promotions and PPC, social media editorial calendars should be extensive and focused.

 

Healthcare social media editorial calendars should improve accountability with staff and the brand, increase accomplishment and productivity, force team members to get creative with trends, and increase analytics recordings.

 

How to Craft a Healthcare Social Media Editorial Calendar

Being that I started out a starch enemy of social media calendars, I like to take it one month at a time. For example, if you were starting today, January 7th, on your editorial calendar, consider drafting it for February, even March. Give yourself plenty of time to do the research, find the trends, get your staff involved, brainstorm and get creative.

 

Plan your calendar out week by week. Be sure that every week has a specific theme that fits like a puzzle into the monthly theme, whether that be for Heart Disease Awareness Month or Breast Cancer Awareness Month or New Year’s Resolutions.

 

Break down the topics, expand on those topics, engage your audience and be consistent. Roughly one to two posts per day, including weekends, should be just the right amount. And stay on top of it. If your audience is engaged, interact with them, answer questions and join conversations.

 

Keys to Healthcare Marketing on Social Media

When creating your social media editorial calendar, consider the following key points:

81% of healthcare consumes consider a hospital with an active online presence to be more ‘cutting edge.’85% of Millennials and 78% of Boomers search for health topics online.84% of women research health topics online.66% of adults searching for health care topics has looked online for information about a specific disease or medical problem.47% of adults are likely to share health information on social media with their doctors.57% of consumers said that a hospital’s social media connections would strongly affect their decision to receive treatment at that facility.A 2012 consumer survey of 1,060 participants found 54% of patients are very comfortable or comfortable with their providers seeking advice from online communities to help better treat their conditions.60% of doctors recently surveyed said social media improves the quality of care delivered to patients.More then 80% of individuals between the ages of 18 to 24 said they were likely to share health information through social media channels and nearly 90% said they would trust the information they found there! Read at: http://www.quaintise.com/why-you-need-a-healthcare-social-media-editorial-calendar/
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