Problematic apps that are popular with kids and full of inappropriate content keep popping up. It’s like a game of whack-a-mole: just when you get a handle on one and smack it down, another one pops up. The latest offender: the app Yik Yak. Parents could be fooled by the friendly-looking yak logo, but hiding... Read more »
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For educators looking to avoid the complications of having students work on consumer social media platforms, Common Sense Media’s service Graphite has compiled this list of resources that can facilitate social learning.
Great article - only missing Edmodo!
@THE_Journal - interesting thing though - they don't follow many people on Twitter - wonder why that is!?
Great events spur great conversations, but are you doing everything you can as an event organizer to help ensure that those conversations are easily discoverable online? Liveblogging via Twitter and other social media channels is commonplace, and serves to increase awareness around your brand and your event online. You want to be sure that you …
Great advice here!
Best to make your hashtag a SMALL AS POSSIBLE
and to "test drive" your hashtag to see if it's taken already or connected to inappropriate content.
I was one of those who avidly watched the unfolding of the #SaccoAffair & #HasJustineLandedYet in real time on Twitter. Transfixed. Horrified!
Thinking, this would be a great teachable moment at the same
time shaking my head at both the idiocy & the following HATE
2 years later, did we learn anything about transparency, kindness, tolerance, & NOT feeding trolls? Does this scare you or make you look at what you share online differently? Did I delete any snarky Tweets after reading this? Yes, darn Bachelor!
Live Tweeting reality shows does NOT bring out the best in me! LOL
If you have a Twitter account, you also have access to an insane amount of data. Twitter has granted access to its Twitter Analytics dashboard to all Twitter accounts. For someone who uses Twitter for my blog, the analytics offer valuable insights. How to Access your Twitter Analytics. Go to analytics.twitter.com If you are logged into your account, …
There is no excuse, at this point, for a professional technology writer to be confused by Snapchat. It has something like 200 million active users. It is, by some metrics, the fastest-growing social app in the world. It has been the subject of Wall Street Journal think pieces, Forbes profiles,...
It is mainstream that to share a news on Twitter one should repeat it a few times, for the simple reason that your followers aren't up online on twitter all day and that they are likely to miss your great news. At Wisemetrics we like to look a statistics from lots of data points, and since we have our hand on around 1B tweets, we thought we could get some concrete numbers about if one should repeat tweets.
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