Did you know the average user spends 40 minutes per day on Facebook? While much of that time is spent trying to adjust your Facebook privacy settings and avoiding ads in your news feed, the rest of it is usually spent frolicking on Facebook.
Want to make a living from Wordpress? There are many ways to go about it: designing themes, coding plugins, managing all of the back-end details, etc. It's not the easiest job in the world - it's especially hard to distinguish yourself and find potential clients - but if this is the path you want to take,…
“Harnessing social learning I don't know about you, but every morning on my way to work I open my Facebook on my smartphone to browse for news, articles, updates from people I'm either friends with or groups that I follow.”
We’re quick to grab any and all WordPress plugins that can give the blog an extra edge or can wire up a feature we’d love to test. Whenever we dream something up to try on the blog, the first place we turn is WordPress plugins. We’ve collected quite the list of favorites. How about you?
As we’ve tried and tested new plugins on the blog, you’ve likely noticed new pieces and parts popping up on our pages—slideups, social share buttons, CTAs, and more. We get asked quite often about which plugins we use. So we thought we’d share!
Below is the list of plugins that power the Buffer blog, along with a handful of others that are on our to-try list....
Matching, out-of-date sweatsuits. The ability to recite lines from the Iliad in response to your peers’ discussion of a television show. Parroting your parents’ values. If you’ve paid attention to mainstream depictions of homeschooled children, these images are likely familiar. Homeschooled kids get a bad rap and are too frequently associated with social awkwardness due …
Whether you own a blog or follow a number of RSS feeds, you probably share your favorite articles on Twitter to bring them to a larger audience. Twibble takes care of this for you, and automatically tweets articles for you based on your preferences.
Since social media has become an integral part of students’ lives, educational institutions have begun embracing its use more and more.
This ICEF Monitor article shares two infographics that illustrate how schools have fared with social media over the last few years — what platforms are best, where they’ve succeeded, and the challenges that lay ahead.
SMART BUNDLE Getting Smart on Social Media guide provide tips and tricks of the trade for edupreneurs on the effective and easy use of social media. The post Getting Smart on Social Media appeared first on Getting Smart.
Oh, Twitter. You’re so useful for teachers. You connect educators so that they can share tools, tips and tricks, offer insight, and support one another. You bring your sexy social media-ness into the classroom to keep kids interested in what they’re learning when they think they’re actually (sort of) having fun instead.
In this post, we'll go over the universal principles of a great social media bio -- regardless of the network. We'll also take a look at the big social media networks -- Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+ -- and discover how to make the most of ...
Archive tools buried deep inside social networks make it easy to save a copy of your Digital Self. Take a look at the best (and worst) backup services built into Facebook, Google, Twitter, and MySpace.