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Which Social Platform Really Drives the Most Traffic? | Social Media Today

Which Social Platform Really Drives the Most Traffic? | Social Media Today | Policing and the social web | Scoop.it

From The Original Article: "Facebook has regained domination for traffic driving over StumbleUpon, in fact, StumbleUpon seems to have dropped off quite dramatically this past year, but despite that fact, it still comes in as the number two traffic driver in social media well ahead of Twitter and edging out both Youtube and Pinterest.

 

With the tremendous buzz that Pinterest has been generating over the past few months and the fact that it was recently recognized that Pinterest drives up to 4x as much retail buying traffic as Facebook, the fact that StumbleUpon still drives more traffic than Pinterest is a big deal.

 

Then you look to YouTube, arguably the world's largest search engine, and it comes inbelow StumbleUpon as well, but just a hair ahead of Pinterest for the third place spot in real traffic driving among the major social media".

 

Read More: http://socialmediatoday.com/reyactive/650306/surprising-results-which-social-media-really-drive-more-traffic


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The Police and Crime Commissioner map

The Police and Crime Commissioner map | Policing and the social web | Scoop.it

After a bit of a hiatus we’ve just updated the Police Crime Commissioner candiates map we created a while ago – with thanks to my colleague Andy Baker – by using information provided by the Police Foundation here. Thanks to them, too!


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Using Social Media To Contact 9-1-1 | wtsp.com

Using Social Media To Contact 9-1-1 | wtsp.com | Policing and the social web | Scoop.it

"...When the fire started, he couldn't reach the phone, so he used his specialized keyboard to tap out a message to people he was playing a game with through Facebook."


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Public safety needs help sifting through the data -- Urgent Communications article

Information management will rapidly become a MAJOR challenge facing the first responders of tomorrow.

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ACPO: No Duty For Police Officers To Brief PCCs

ACPO: No Duty For Police Officers To Brief PCCs | Policing and the social web | Scoop.it
Officers should treat all Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) candidates equally in the run up to the November elections and should never put themselves in a position where they could be seen to be showing support, ACPO has said.

According to guidance from the association, candidates ought to be treated “like members of the public” when they make requests for information from forces.


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#PCC hopeful goes on town patrol

#PCC hopeful goes on town patrol | Policing and the social web | Scoop.it
Mrs Mulligan patrolled the town, and attended callouts including to a suspected drunk driver, and an arrest for drunken behaviour in Selby town centre.

Mrs Mulligan said: “For the first half of the night I was assigned to a special constable. What ensued was mostly a typical Friday night: a mixture of aggressive behaviour fuelled by drink, teenagers milling around looking like trouble and drunk drivers.


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Judges don't buy the "I'm an idiot about Facebook privacy settings" defense

Judges don't buy the "I'm an idiot about Facebook privacy settings" defense | Policing and the social web | Scoop.it
The "I'm an idiot about Facebook settings" argument isn't being swallowed in court, as illustrated in this recent case.

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Is SMO (Social Media Optimization) the Next SEO?

Is SMO (Social Media Optimization) the Next SEO? | Policing and the social web | Scoop.it

Having a strong long-term SEO and social-media marketing strategy in place will help strengthen your online presence.

 

"Social media optimization (SMO) and search engine optimization (SEO) are powerful techniques for building your brand. Content-driven, both strategies function as pull-mechanisms to attract new audiences, boost Web traffic, and generate tangible leads.

 

The two strategies differ, however, with respect to user experience. When people come to your Website through search engines, for instance, they're likely looking for a specific product or piece of information and have a clear objective in mind. With social media, the opposite is true".

 

Read More: http://www.openforum.com/articles/is-smo-social-media-optimization-the-next-seo


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Jayje's comment, August 6, 2012 4:15 AM
Very interesting article. With the emerging Google+, surely SMO will have more importance even in SEO strategies. Feel free to visit our website, we are french SEO specialists :)
http://www.experts-referencement.com/seo-company/what-is-seo
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Police have rediscovered their human touch during the London Olympics - Telegraph

Police have rediscovered their human touch during the London Olympics - Telegraph | Policing and the social web | Scoop.it
Ordinary officers using discretion and common sense at the Olympics show the way forward for the force...

 

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