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Des tablettes mésopotamiennes aux outils du Web 2.0: Marc Rougier at TEDxPantheonSorbonne

Recorded @ TEDxPanthéonSorbonne in Paris the 8/11/12 En quoi la gestion de l'information, essentiellement sectaire au démarrage, est elle devenue démocratiqu...
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Excellente vidéo sur l'histoire de l'écriture de la Mésopotamie au Web en passant par les réseaux sociaux...

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Pascale Varenne's curator insight, May 20, 2013 8:52 AM

Regardez cette vidéo jusqu'au bout, ça vaut les réflexions qu'elle suppose...

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How to schedule Google+ Posts

How to schedule Google+ Posts | Ma veille en anglais | Scoop.it
To make sure that your Google+ personal and business profiles have regular activity, and that your followers get to see your older articles, I recommend checking out Do Share.

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Jeffrey Lapin's curator insight, May 6, 2013 5:46 PM

Good article and tips by Mike Allton (via The Social Media Hat) about scheduling Google+ Posts using the "Do Share' Chrome Extension.

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How to Use Twitter for Business and Marketing

How to Use Twitter for Business and Marketing | Ma veille en anglais | Scoop.it

Read an updated checklist of everything your business needs to do on Twitter and start seeing great results.

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Jared Hawkins's curator insight, May 2, 2013 2:22 PM

Using Twitter for your business could possibly be the best social media site to use, there are so many users on that site, almost every show these days uses hashtags and tries to get their viewers to follow them on it. And quite frankly it works, people learn about when the next show is on and when they can watch it locally.

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How to find leads on Twitter [infographic]

How to find leads on Twitter [infographic] | Ma veille en anglais | Scoop.it
How can you tell if you have a hot, warm or cold lead on Twitter?
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Patricia Goodman's curator insight, May 10, 2013 11:57 AM

Simple infographic explains how to analyze your Twitter leads.

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8 Useful Social Media Plugins for WordPress

8 Useful Social Media Plugins for WordPress | Ma veille en anglais | Scoop.it
Social media plays a great role in driving traffic to your blog, for most people it's the second biggest source for Search engines.

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Facebook for Business Made Easy

Facebook for Business Made Easy | Ma veille en anglais | Scoop.it
7 Steps to Facebook Mastery
We're living in an unprecedented online Social Media environment....one that couldn't have been imagined not long ago.
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How to Use Google+ Hangouts The Right Way! - Norma Doiron

How to Use Google+ Hangouts The Right Way! - Norma Doiron | Ma veille en anglais | Scoop.it
How to Use Google+ Hangouts to enhance your business! (Fa per noi @seocopy @simonacolombo @dbatrade etc. “@showcasingwomen: How to Use Google+ Hangouts The Right Way!
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“How Do I Get to Number 1 in Google?” Is the Wrong Question to Ask!

“How Do I Get to Number 1 in Google?” Is the Wrong Question to Ask! | Ma veille en anglais | Scoop.it
Rankings fluctuate, and therefore aren’t reliable when it comes to measuring how an SEO campaign is performing.

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Twitter Opens Advertising to All: Here's How it Works

Twitter Opens Advertising to All: Here's How it Works | Ma veille en anglais | Scoop.it
Want to set up a Twitter ad? Its new self-service platform will make your CTR rad.
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Christopher Osborne 's curator insight, May 9, 2013 11:09 PM

Twitter is now starting to use advertising on their website. I think that its amazing how social media can boost a companies reputation in many ways wither it be negative or positive. With Facebook already offering advertising off their website for companies it was only a matter of time before twitter decided to do the same. Alot of companies would benefit from this, as it would help gain the attention of millions around the world.

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5 Uncommon Ways to Promote Your Blog - WP Daily Themes

5 Uncommon Ways to Promote Your Blog - WP Daily Themes | Ma veille en anglais | Scoop.it
If you are currently writing a blog then you are probably familiar with the most common ways to promote it. Here are 5 uncommon ways to promote your blog.

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4 Tips for Making Your WordPress Blog Search Engine-Friendly - Search Mojo

4 Tips for Making Your WordPress Blog Search Engine-Friendly - Search Mojo | Ma veille en anglais | Scoop.it
You know what makes me cringe? Yes, Dance Moms. You know what else? Wordpress blogs that lack some of the easiest things to make them more search engine

 

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1. Uncheck the uncategorized category

“Uncategorized” is the default category for WordPress blogs, but your posts should never be left uncategorized, looking completely random within your blog. When writing a blog post, always have an idea of your general topic in mind. Consider that broad idea your category. The categories are a great way to help both Google and readers of your blog understand the broad ideas of your blog and help navigate to related themes.

 

2. Update permalinks to include post titles

Too many times I’ve seen URLs for WordPress blog posts that look like this: http://www.myawesomeblog.com/?p=123 What’s the first thing you notice about this URL, compared to the URL of this very blog post you’re reading right now? Yes, instead of the post title, there’s a simple page number. This doesn’t tell search engines (or people, for that matter) what your post is about. The keywords used in your post title, body of your post, categories and URL are signals to search engines and help them to rank your blog posts. So it behooves you to change your permalinks to include your post titles.

 

3. Add keyword-focused titles and descriptions

WordPress will use your page or post title as the HTML page title tag, but will not include the meta-description or meta-keywords. To edit your post to include your focus keywords, I recommend using the All in One SEO Pack plugin to tackle this task.

 

4. Add social sharing buttons

You write great content, right? And you want increased traffic and inbound links, correct? Well, then make sure you have the option for your readers to easily share the blog post to their social networks! There are so many options for social sharing, but make sure you have the Google +1 button, Twitter tweet, Facebook like/share, and LinkedIn share. Depending on your content and audience, the Pin it button and other niche platforms might be relevant.


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Get Started With Facebook Comments For WordPress

Get Started With Facebook Comments For WordPress | Ma veille en anglais | Scoop.it
  Facebook comments for WordPress allows you to put a Facebook comment box and a Facebook like box directly on your blog.
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