Before creating any form of advertisement, you need to remember some essential details in order to make it an effective one. In an infographic by Yume, it shows some of the most details one must remember before creating an ad.
- It’s not the size, it’s how you make use of the space - Television (still) is the platform where people consumer media the most
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Common Curriculum is a new online lesson planning resource that aims to help you align your lessons to Common Core standards. In Common Curriculum you can enter your courses and write your lesson plans. After you enter a lesson plan into your Common Curriculum planner you can click "search for standard" to have Common Curriculum search for Common Core standards that might match your lesson plan. The more text that you include in your lesson plan the more likely Common Curriculum is to find Common Core standards that match your lesson plans.
Branding is important for every business. A study of the world’s top 100 brands (determined by brand value) analyzed each brand’s logo and found the following in this infographic created with Marketo.
Studies have shown that a product’s color influences 60 to 80 percent of a customer’s purchasing decision, meaning color can make or break a product.
Color is the first thing a consumer will notice about your logo.
What do the brand colors mean?
Red – Red evokes a passionate and visceral response. Popular brands with red logos are Coca-cola, Shell, Xerox, Canon, Lego, Toyota, Oracle, TESCO. Purple – Sophisticated yet mysterious. Popular brands with purple logos are FedEx and Yahoo! Blue – Most popular choice for a brand color. Social networking giants are dominantly colored with blue like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. Green – Synonymous to calm, freshness and health. Popular brands with green logos are Starbucks and TicTac. Yellow – Communicates hope and optimism. Popular brands with yellow logos are Ferrari, Cat, DHL and Good Year. Brown – Speaks of earthly simplicity as well as strength and durability. Popular brands with brown logo is Louis Vuitton. Black – Used by companies to boast classic sophistication. Popular brands that use the color black for their logos are Apple, IBM, Microsoft, L’Oreal, Zara.
You can use your iPad to give a great presentation for your colleagues, employees or anyone with Prezi Viewer. The viewer is part of a larger software you can use to make free flowing power point presentations. Long gone are the old powerpoints that can bore the conference room...
- Get detailed and visual analytics on anyone's tweets, retweets, replies, mentions, hashtags...; - Browse, search, filter and get insights on the people you follow and those who follow you; - Monitor your interactions with fellow users of Twitter: mentions, retweets, favorites...; - Backup/export any user's tweets to an Excel spreadsheet in just one click; - Monitor tweets from your favorite users, lists and keyword searches; - Find out easily those you follow but don't follow you back; - Easily add & remove people you follow to your lists; - Get the list of the followers you don't follow back; - Add and remove people in batch to your lists; - Browse, search, filter and sort your lists; - Track clicks on the links in your tweets; And much more..."
I heart Twitter. If you haven’t yet, follow @edudemic to keep up with what we’re doing, working on, and seeing (like last night’s tech event with GDGT in downtown Boston!). Twitter has become a massive hit in education and it’s too big to ignore. So that’s why we helped assemble the 2012 A-Z Guide To Twitter Hashtags. It’s been an invaluable resource for educators around the world.
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Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.