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Facebook Cheat Sheet for Social Media Managers [infographic]

Facebook Cheat Sheet for Social Media Managers [infographic] | Personal Branding and Professional networks - @TOOLS_BOX_INC @TOOLS_BOX_EUR @TOOLS_BOX_DEV @TOOLS_BOX_FR @TOOLS_BOX_FR @P_TREBAUL @Best_OfTweets | Scoop.it


Social Media Managers are always on the lookout for ways to increase engagement within their brand’s Facebook page.

In a recent report, Lynchpin SEO compiled statistics on the types of posts that garnered the most comments, shares, and “likes,” for more than 1,500 brand pages on Facebook.


These stats reveal an array of interesting things about brand pages. For instance:

  • Updates with emoticons saw higher interaction rates than those with pictures
  • Posts that contain the words “take,” “click,” “submit,” “check,” and “shop” experience significantly lower rates of interaction.


See the infographic for more— and always, do take everything you read with a pinch of salt...


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PDDM's comment, January 16, 2013 6:44 PM
We don't like 'em either but we use 'em. At least for now, data shows they work. The fresher the better right? Always trying to figure out a way to use Putnam haha
Janet Louise Stephenson's curator insight, May 3, 2013 10:28 PM

Create better posts on Facebook with these useful tips.

Philippe Trebaul's comment, September 29, 2013 7:13 PM
Thank you for your interesting and constructive reactions :) Philippe
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ENGAGEMENT - 4 Ways To Boost Social Engagement And Put Some Zing Into Your Marketing

ENGAGEMENT - 4 Ways To Boost Social Engagement And Put Some Zing Into Your Marketing | Personal Branding and Professional networks - @TOOLS_BOX_INC @TOOLS_BOX_EUR @TOOLS_BOX_DEV @TOOLS_BOX_FR @TOOLS_BOX_FR @P_TREBAUL @Best_OfTweets | Scoop.it
Whether you've been working on your social marketing for a while and feel like it needs a little oomph, or you're just starting out and aren't sure how to get anyone interested in what you have to say, these four ideas will get your creative...

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Ally Greer's curator insight, June 11, 2013 3:06 PM

Love the notion of "creating irrelevant controversy."

Peg Corwin's comment, June 11, 2013 3:11 PM
I am amazed by how powerful talking directly to one person on social media is. I did, and now she is one of my most active FB Fans.
Ramzi Mouakassa's curator insight, June 15, 2013 7:50 AM

You can really add alot of 'Zing' to your social media and it won't cost you a 'thing', besides being actually social and a bit witty. I like this bit as it is light and makes sense. Cheers

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Why Do Students Enroll in (But Don’t Complete) MOOC Courses? | MindShift

Why Do Students Enroll in (But Don’t Complete) MOOC Courses? | MindShift | Personal Branding and Professional networks - @TOOLS_BOX_INC @TOOLS_BOX_EUR @TOOLS_BOX_DEV @TOOLS_BOX_FR @TOOLS_BOX_FR @P_TREBAUL @Best_OfTweets | Scoop.it
Less than 10 percent of MOOC students, on average, complete a course. That's the conclusion of Katy Jordan of Open University, who published her analysis, pul

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Patricia LeClaire's comment, April 8, 2013 12:50 PM
I've enrolled in two MOOC courses - partly because the topics were relevant to my work, but also to experience a MOOC from the "inside" as both a student and an instructional designer. I was particularly interested in opportunities for interaction (student-instructor, student-student, student-content, student-technology) and collaboration.

In one course, focused on a subject area with which I'm very familiar, students formed virtual groups around mutual interests and professional objectives, developed projects which were evaluated according to clear guidelines, and the projects were made available to all enrollees.. This course also had very active student-generated discussions on focused topics. What characterized this MOOC was the flexibility provided to the students for creating multiple ways to interact and collaborate.

The second MOOC focused on topics that were highly technical and mostly how-to with little discussion of why-to. Interaction among students was considerably less, and I was unsuccessful in either forming or joining a group (virtual or F2F local) to expand my understanding of context and implementation issues. While the content was interesting ( I particularly liked the video lectures and animations), I found it a much more isolating experience and did not complete the course.
ManufacturingStories's comment, April 8, 2013 8:33 PM
Pat, thanks for sharing those first hand experiences. Very valuable insights!
Dawne Tortorella's curator insight, April 10, 2013 8:02 PM

This blog post does discuss some reasons why students enroll in MOOCs, but doesn't really talk much about why they drop out. 

 

One big reason - FRUSTRATION.  When a learner gets stuck and can't get individualized meaningful feedback, it creates a failed learning experience. I think we discount how important those personal encounters are in helping learners.

 

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INFOGRAPHIC: What Makes People Sold On Brands On Facebook?

INFOGRAPHIC: What Makes People Sold On Brands On Facebook? | Personal Branding and Professional networks - @TOOLS_BOX_INC @TOOLS_BOX_EUR @TOOLS_BOX_DEV @TOOLS_BOX_FR @TOOLS_BOX_FR @P_TREBAUL @Best_OfTweets | Scoop.it

Pretty much any company worth its salt has a Facebook presence. After all, there are more than 1 billion people on the site, so it makes sense to go where the audience is.


But why do people like Facebook brand pages?

Find out more at this infographic...


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INFOGRAPHIC: What Makes People Sold On Brands On Facebook ?

"Pretty much any company worth its salt has a Facebook presence. After all, there are more than 1 billion people on the site, so it makes sense to go where the audience is.


But why do people like Facebook brand pages?

Find out more at this infographic"...
























INFOGRAPHIC: What Makes People Sold On Brands On Facebook? via @MYDstudio http://sco.lt/...

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TrendOMatic's curator insight, February 19, 2013 10:10 AM

Het gaat niet om volgen maar delen via Facebook!

TrendOMatic's curator insight, February 19, 2013 10:19 AM

De toegevoegde waarde van Facebook is sharing!

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BEST PRACTICES - Why Do So Many Communities Fail? Conceptualizing a Framework for Communities [Video]

BEST PRACTICES - Why Do So Many Communities Fail? Conceptualizing a Framework for Communities [Video] | Personal Branding and Professional networks - @TOOLS_BOX_INC @TOOLS_BOX_EUR @TOOLS_BOX_DEV @TOOLS_BOX_FR @TOOLS_BOX_FR @P_TREBAUL @Best_OfTweets | Scoop.it
An online community is destined to fail if there is not enough interest in the concept for the community. So what does it take to create a community with a brilliant concept? Richard Millington explains.
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ENGAGEMENT - 4 Ways To Boost Social Engagement And Put Some Zing Into Your Marketing

ENGAGEMENT - 4 Ways To Boost Social Engagement And Put Some Zing Into Your Marketing | Personal Branding and Professional networks - @TOOLS_BOX_INC @TOOLS_BOX_EUR @TOOLS_BOX_DEV @TOOLS_BOX_FR @TOOLS_BOX_FR @P_TREBAUL @Best_OfTweets | Scoop.it
Whether you've been working on your social marketing for a while and feel like it needs a little oomph, or you're just starting out and aren't sure how to get anyone interested in what you have to say, these four ideas will get your creative...

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Ally Greer's curator insight, June 11, 2013 3:06 PM

Love the notion of "creating irrelevant controversy."

Peg Corwin's comment, June 11, 2013 3:11 PM
I am amazed by how powerful talking directly to one person on social media is. I did, and now she is one of my most active FB Fans.
Ramzi Mouakassa's curator insight, June 15, 2013 7:50 AM

You can really add alot of 'Zing' to your social media and it won't cost you a 'thing', besides being actually social and a bit witty. I like this bit as it is light and makes sense. Cheers

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Snapshot of a Deeper Learning Classroom: Aligning TED Talks to the Four Cs

Snapshot of a Deeper Learning Classroom: Aligning TED Talks to the Four Cs | Personal Branding and Professional networks - @TOOLS_BOX_INC @TOOLS_BOX_EUR @TOOLS_BOX_DEV @TOOLS_BOX_FR @TOOLS_BOX_FR @P_TREBAUL @Best_OfTweets | Scoop.it

"...this year I have been dedicated to using the 21st Century four Cs. The four Cs are a rubric of sorts that help align lessons to more reality-based learning and assessing.

As I design a lesson or assessment, I ask myself if what I've designed, or what the students must master, correlates to the important skills of:

* Collaboration

* Communication

* Critical Thinking
* Creativity" 


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Snapshot of a Deeper Learning Classroom: Aligning TED Talks to the Four Cs


"...this year I have been dedicated to using the 21st Century four Cs. The four Cs are a rubric of sorts that help align lessons to more reality-based learning and assessing.

As I design a lesson or assessment, I ask myself if what I've designed, or what the students must master, correlates to the important skills of:

* Collaboration

* Communication

* Critical Thinking
* Creativity" 


Snapshot of a Deeper Learning Classroom: Aligning TED Talks to the Four Cs via @BethDichter http://sco.lt/...

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, February 27, 2013 10:13 PM

This post looks not only at the four Cs but also at four elements that Dr. Carol Tomlinson uses when discussing differentation:

* Process

* Environment

* Content

* Product

Wolpert-Gawron states "I think about these two lists in a way to ensure that I am hitting as many learners as possible -- with the wall up of rigor necessary to help prepare them for what we can predict they might need for their future."

The post goes on to discuss how she uses TED Talks as a way to teach argumentative writing (as required in the Common Core). A quick overview of her projects includes students watching TED Talks, brainstorming advocacy isssues, researching (in small groups), creating a Problem Statement, developing background information, guiding questions and more.

This is one teachers take on how to create a deeper learning environment in her classroom, and provides many ideas that you may want to adapt to your classroom.

davidconover's curator insight, February 28, 2013 1:28 PM

These are the same skills used when high school students, in teams, design their game documentation, 2D/3D graphic design and programming.

eduPLEX's comment, March 1, 2013 6:38 AM
I think the C's have to be: Creativity, Collaborative, Connected, Contextual - I make sure all the courses I design have all of these C elements.
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CEOs on Social Media Statistics [Infographic]

CEOs on Social Media Statistics [Infographic] | Personal Branding and Professional networks - @TOOLS_BOX_INC @TOOLS_BOX_EUR @TOOLS_BOX_DEV @TOOLS_BOX_FR @TOOLS_BOX_FR @P_TREBAUL @Best_OfTweets | Scoop.it

This infographic looks at how many CEOs participate on social media networks, what are the most popular social media networks for CEOs, how actively they participate and more.


Only 47.4 percent of CEOs participate on social media sites. 79 percent of Inc 500 CEOs and 30 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs have a presence on at least one social media network. 81 percent of employees believe that CEOs who engage on social media are better equipped to lead companies in the Web 2.0 World...


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CEOs on Social Media Statistics [Infographic]

"This infographic looks at how many CEOs participate on social media networks, what are the most popular social media networks for CEOs, how actively they participate and more.


Only 47.4 percent of CEOs participate on social media sites. 79 percent of Inc 500 CEOs and 30 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs have a presence on at least one social media network. 81 percent of employees believe that CEOs who engage on social media are better equipped to lead companies in the Web 2.0 World"...



















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Mercor's curator insight, January 28, 2013 5:51 AM

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