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Moodle plugins: Facebook comments

Moodle plugins: Facebook comments | elearning stuff | Scoop.it

Add facebook like and comment box to your Moodle.


Please note: Due to the way Facebook plugins are designed, this plugin might have issues if the page it is displayed on is not accessible by Facebook.


Features:

 

- Facebook comment box, with custom number of comments.

* Facebook like box.

- Facebook share button.

- Ability to display either only comment or like box or both.

- Display individual box for each page or a single one through out the site.

- Ability to manage all comments posted using a Facebook app id.

- Supports a dark and light coloured theme.


Via Miloš Bajčetić
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How You Can Prepare for Twitter’s Potential Upcoming Changes

How You Can Prepare for Twitter’s Potential Upcoming Changes | elearning stuff | Scoop.it

Twitter strategy might be shifting and the implications for our personal and business experience could be profound.

Source: www.businessesgrow.com

If you're in social media marketing, you probably cringe at the mention of the word EdgeRank. I know I do, because it makes me think of how frustrating it is that even the best of my brand's Facebook content might not be seen by more than 200 or 300 of our 57,000 fans unless I spend money to promote it.

Brace yourselves, social marketers, because algorithms just like Facebook's EdgeRank might be coming to Twitter. In this post by our friend Mark Schaeffer, you can learn about some of the reasons why Twitter is thinking about implementing this, including the pressure from investors now that Twitter has gone public. 


Via Cendrine Marrouat - cendrinemarrouat.com
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Cendrine Marrouat - cendrinemarrouat.com's curator insight, September 13, 2014 1:21 PM

Interesting article written by @Ally Greer. To me, the potential Twitter algorithm boils down to this: As a brand, you need to build relationships with your community of supporters.



In 2014, you have no choice. The popularity contest/honeymoon is over. You MUST focus on people. It's not a "me vs. them" approach, it's what should have happened a lot earlier.



It doesn't matter if you only have 50 followers. What matters is what you do with them. If you have taken the time to know them, they will help you make it to the top. Period.

Mark Gittos's curator insight, September 14, 2014 1:41 PM

If you use Twitter, this is a must read

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How to add a Facebook Comments Box to your Moodle site

How to add a Facebook Comments Box to your Moodle site | elearning stuff | Scoop.it
Adding a Facebook Comments Box enables users to easily make comments, which is a nice way to enhance the social media aspects of your site.

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Step-by-Step Guide to your Social Media Success for Small Business & Non-Profit Organizations

Step-by-Step Guide to your Social Media Success for Small Business & Non-Profit Organizations | elearning stuff | Scoop.it

This clickable chart by "Simply Business" in the UK is a great way to step back and look at the big picture of how Social Media can work for your small business or non-profit organization. It is a great mix of strategy and practical steps.

 

"Clarify your objectives and discover your route to social media success. This step-by-step guide will take you from tentative novice to intrepid explorer, and help you make the right decisions unique to your business."

 

It is a great index of solid articles around the web that give you a great overivew of Social Media strategies and practical knowllege. I have not read them all of the articles they have linked to by many of them. Let me know if you have any specific questions.

 

Check it out @ http://goo.gl/hfBsk


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The Facebook-like Moodle Wall just got better - My Christmas gift to the Moodle community

The Facebook-like Moodle Wall just got better - My Christmas gift to the Moodle community | elearning stuff | Scoop.it

The Moodle Wall for Moodle 2.x just got better. Much better. And the best part is that, in the spirit of Christmas and Open Source, I am giving away the prized source code to all Moodle developers and students.

For now let me take you on a tour of the FIVE improvements of the Wall.


Via Miloš Bajčetić, Juergen Wagner
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Moodle: Embed a Facebook Plugin

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Moodle: Embed a Facebook Plugin on Tildee - Find How to Do Things

Via Gisele Brugger
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How do I download videos from Facebook? - Web Applications Stack Exchange

How do I download videos from Facebook? - Web Applications Stack Exchange | elearning stuff | Scoop.it

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How To Integrate Facebook, Twitter And Google+ In WordPress

How To Integrate Facebook, Twitter And Google+ In WordPress | elearning stuff | Scoop.it

Integrating social media services in your website design is vital if you want to make it easy for readers to share your content. While some users are happy with the social media buttons that come built into their design template, the majority of WordPress users install a plugin to automatically embed sharing links on their pages. Many of you will find that a plugin does exactly what you need; others not so much. Some are poorly coded, and most include services that you just don’t need. And while some great social media plugins are out there, they don’t integrate with every WordPress design.

 

If you aren’t comfortable editing your WordPress templates, a plugin is probably the best solution. If you are comfortable making a few edits to your theme, then consider manually integrating social media so that you have more control over what services appear on your website.


Via Martin Gysler
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