Social media verse is full of some best kept secrets. YouTube is one of them. Yet when I think about cultural shifts enabled by social media, YouTube is the place that comes most vibrantly to mind. It's big, wide and deep.
In my last post I mentioned that the social media ‘verse is full of some best kept secrets. YouTube is one of them.
This Time cover from a couple of years ago (with the shiny mirrored screen) was prescient, but not quite enough… I’d cross that ‘You’ out and say ‘Us’. Hasn’t it felt that way these last couple of years? How we’ve grown a global collective consciousness?
Despite this cover, YouTube is not usually the first site that comes to mind when thinking about social media. I guess we take it a bit for granted while we wax rhapsodic about Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr and Quora. Yet when I think about cultural shifts enabled by social media, YouTube is the place that comes most vibrantly to mind. It’s big, wide and deep.
Mature. Eccentric. Probably not what you think it is.
Para suportar o trabalho online dos docentes e investigadores da Universidade de Lisboa no desenvolvimento de cursos online, a equipa e-Learning Lab criou uma grelha de avaliação para a classificação das intervenções nos fóruns de discussão.
Em 6 de agosto de 2012, das 10h:00 às 12h:00, aconteceu a primeira reunião por videoconferência do Comitê Consultivo da BVS Odontologia Brasil. Foram apresentados os progressos realizados tanto no âmbito da BVS (http://odontologia.bvs.br/php/index.php), quanto no âmbito do Portal de Revistas em Odontologia Rev@Odonto (http://revodonto.bvsalud.org/), bem como futuras iniciativas para compor a BVS Odontologia Brasil. Participaram docentes que fazem parte do Comitê, bibliotecários da rede Sistema de Informação Especializado na área de Odontologia (SIEO), equipe da Bireme e do SDO que estão envolvidos com os propósitos da BVS.
Content marketing can be an extremely complicated, time-consuming, and expensive proposition! So I came up with content options for the time-starved!
Let’s face it. Content development can be a complicated, time-consuming, and expensive proposition! So I started thinking about this in the context of my friends and small business customers who simply can’t afford that kind of effort. It led to this idea: micro-content, or creating small bits of marketing content when you don’t have time to blog, create videos or spend all day on Facebook.
Let’s examine ideas about using micro-content for your social media strategy, assuming you are testing the water and only have 15 minutes a day to devote to this activity. Hey, I’m up for a challenge!
Like any marketing initiative, you must have a firm idea of your strategy, selling points, and target audience...
Ingrid Lunden: "New research out from Google, working with market analysts Ipsos and Sterling Brands, puts some hard numbers behind the often-noticed trend of how people in the U.S. are using a combination of phones, tablets, computer and TVs to consume digital content."