The Internet Map is an interactive, zoomable design that uses a combination of algorithms and the Google Earth API to display 350,000 websites as sized circles representing their overall traffic. Designed by Ruslan Enikeev, ...
"The consistent and effective use of Descriptive feedback in classrooms has become a popular strategy due to its positive influence on student learning. Based on the research of John Hattie, my colleague, Jason Lynn has given me an in-depth look at Hattie’s work and how we can use it in the classroom.
Although the research suggests that providing students with descriptive feedback has the largest influence on student learning, it can be difficult for teachers to find more time to provide this meaningful assessment as learning and assessment for learning tool with regularity."
Over the last several years, the popularity of social media has reached incredible heights—and 2013 was the best year thus far., and many of the mind boggling social media statistics from the past year prove this.
In 2013, 95 percent of Facebook users logged into their accounts daily. One of Facebook’s main competitors, Twitter, reached 231.7 million active users. Google+ wants to get on their levels, and it does add 25,000 new users every day.
Brian Solis has released version 4.0 of his conversation prism, which is “a visual map of the social media landscape.” Created in 2008, the prism was inspired by a social network graphic called the “Social Media Starfish” developed by Darren Barefoot and Robert Scoble in 2007.This ongoing study on cataloging social platforms and how they are used can help digital marketers and other online professionals identify the best platforms to promote their events, content, and products. The most recent, updated version is above....
Setting up an online business used to be considerably cheaper than setting up a brick and mortar business establishment. This has significantly altered in the past few years as the world of e-commerce has continued to develop rapidly.
Social media is evolving right before our eyes. The industry is quick paced and platforms rise and fall. Sometimes quickly and sometimes slowly. 2013 was an exciting year for social media but that year is now history as we move into the first quarter of 2014.
Did you know that auto posting to Facebook decreases likes and comments by 70 percent? Or that 83 percent of consumers say that social media interaction increases their likelihood of buying? Posting to social media is a balancing act.
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