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The decay and fall of guest blogging for SEO

Okay, I'm calling it: if you're using guest blogging as a way to gain links in 2014, you should probably stop. Why? Because over time it's become a more and more spammy practice, and if you're doin...
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A Few Tips to Prevent Your Twitter Chat from Being #HashJacked

A Few Tips to Prevent Your Twitter Chat from Being #HashJacked | New Media Resources | Scoop.it
Last night, the Wall Street Journal posted an article about J.P. Morgan's Twitter hashtag chat that was cancelled at the last minute. We felt compelled to provide some insight into this 'learning e...
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Custom timelines in TweetDeck via @Twitter

Custom timelines in TweetDeck via @Twitter | New Media Resources | Scoop.it
Starting today, we are introducing the ability to create custom timelines in TweetDeck. Custom timelines, which were just announced, are a new type of timeline that you control by selecting the Twe......
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Free Stock Images, Vectors, Graphics and More

Free Stock Images, Vectors, Graphics and More | New Media Resources | Scoop.it
Download free stock images, vectors, graphics and more for 7 days, completely free.
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Twitter Adds Scheduling & 2 Other Features Prior To Their IPO

Twitter Adds Scheduling & 2 Other Features Prior To Their IPO | New Media Resources | Scoop.it
Scheduling, content curation & intelligent recommendations are three new features Twitter are adding to their platform to create more value before their IPO.
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Best 50 Niche Job Boards

Best 50 Niche Job Boards | New Media Resources | Scoop.it
Where to post job openings? Niche job boards attract top talent, giving you quality candidates with experience or interest in your specific industry.
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YouTube offers creators new tools to add videos from other channels through playlists

YouTube offers creators new tools to add videos from other channels through playlists | New Media Resources | Scoop.it
YouTube is making it easier for content creators to bring in videos from other channels through playlists into their own. The company wants to help creators share their work and is ...
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6 Tips for keeping your teens safe when using social media

6 Tips for keeping your teens safe when using social media | New Media Resources | Scoop.it
Going back to school is about more than shiny shoes and trendy notebooks. It’s also about kids making new friends and adding those friends on social network sites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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Help for social startups

Help for social startups | New Media Resources | Scoop.it
Social entrepreneurs — people pursuing solutions to social problems —are turning to groups such as DC Social Innovation Project for funding and pro bono support.
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Now Everyone Can Embed Facebook Posts

Now Everyone Can Embed Facebook Posts | New Media Resources | Scoop.it
The feature, launched a couple of weeks ago, is no longer restricted to a few publishers.
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Blogging on the Side to Make Money Online

Blogging on the Side to Make Money Online | New Media Resources | Scoop.it
Careers as a professional blogger can prove very promising. A person that wants to make some passive income should consider blogging. It is important to have a way with words if you are interested in
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What Does This Week's FTC Hearing Mean For The Future Of Native Advertising?

What Does This Week's FTC Hearing Mean For The Future Of Native Advertising? | New Media Resources | Scoop.it
The Federal Trade Commission this week hosted an all day workshop titled, “Blurred Lines: Advertising or Content?” The Robin Thicke jokes aside, it’s a question any casual internet user has likely asked himself more than once.
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African-American Woman Makes History Running Top Level Domain Online

African-American Woman Makes History Running Top Level Domain Online | New Media Resources | Scoop.it
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15 top-notch content curation tools

15 top-notch content curation tools | New Media Resources | Scoop.it
Trying to cull the vast expanses of the Internet for content that’s relevant to your readers and customers takes a lot of work, but these tools can help make it easier.
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Putting Your Call-to-Action and Freemium Cap On

Putting Your Call-to-Action and Freemium Cap On | New Media Resources | Scoop.it
Call-to-action...the term can brings a lot of feelings up for you, especially if you don’t know what it is!
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Tweet2Cite: A great Twitter citation generator for academic papers

Tweet2Cite: A great Twitter citation generator for academic papers | New Media Resources | Scoop.it
When working on a research paper, a student may find some great information on Twitter that they would like to cite. They just need to format the content to meet academic requirements. Let me intro...
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Gilbert C FAURE's comment, October 8, 2013 3:36 AM
.. in a very short time, like so many dead links in blogs or websites! It is so difficult to push students, even postgraduate citing primary scientific resources!
LucaVanin's comment, October 8, 2013 3:50 AM
I think that could be useful for all that cases in which students work on communciation and online resources: a quick method to track online resources and correclty citing authors.
Cendrine Marrouat - cendrinemarrouat.com's comment, October 8, 2013 4:19 AM
Tweets are available until a user decides to take them down or Twitter deletes an account.

Plus, it is allowed by universities, so why not?
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6 Dream Jobs Custom Made for Fashion Bloggers | IFB

6 Dream Jobs Custom Made for Fashion Bloggers | IFB | New Media Resources | Scoop.it
I grew up in California, miles away from Condé Nast. Growing up, I knew I wanted to work in the fashion industry, but the specifics were a bit hazy. (RT @_IFB: What can you do with your fashion blogging skills?
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Sneak Preview: Changes to Facebook’s Ads and Sponsored Stories

Sneak Preview: Changes to Facebook’s Ads and Sponsored Stories | New Media Resources | Scoop.it
We recently wrote that Facebook Ads are an indispensable way to market your company – and if buying patterns are any indication, the industry agrees. And they’re showing it by buying its ads...
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Andrea Robinson's curator insight, September 6, 2013 11:16 AM

I have begun testing and exploring using Facebook Ads and Sponsored Stories for clients. This post is a thoughful, well written and timely educational post on getting up to speed on facebooks never ending changes.

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Promotions on Your Facebook Page are Now Easier to Administer

Promotions on Your Facebook Page are Now Easier to Administer | New Media Resources | Scoop.it
Facebook is at it again - changing things on us left and right. But this time around it looks like the change they’ve made may be for the better. Your business’ Facebook page can now administer a promotion straight through the Timeline!

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Ally Greer's curator insight, August 27, 2013 7:39 PM

I don't know about you, but I'm always afraid to run contests on Facebook for fear of breaking one of the (many) rules and being chased by the Facebook Police.


Fortunately, the rules have changed in our favor and here's a great post laying out the CANs and CANNOTs very clearly!


Could this be the demise of third party apps built solely for hosting contests on Facebook because this was formerly the only way allowed?

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5 Non-Tech CEOs Using Social Media To Drive Business Results

5 Non-Tech CEOs Using Social Media To Drive Business Results | New Media Resources | Scoop.it
Social media isn't only for tech companies. Here are 5 non-tech CEOs using social media to drive business results.
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