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2014 Social Media Data

2014 Social Media Data | SEO Buzz | Scoop.it
Un pò di analisi non fa mai male, vero?! Ecco, mentre stavo pensando all'importanza dell'aspetto analitico e di osservazione nell'ambito del Social Media Marketing, mi sono imbattuta in un portale editoriale straniero interessante (http://blog.wiwo.de/), in cui si parlava di dati e "fatti" allo stato attuale in merito ai diversi Social Network.
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Fame di dati sui Social Network? Ecco il post giusto!

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The Impact of Google Hummingbird on Online Reputation Management | Business 2 Community

The Impact of Google Hummingbird on Online Reputation Management | Business 2 Community | SEO Buzz | Scoop.it

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Pouring on social media strategy is essential

Pouring on social media strategy is essential | SEO Buzz | Scoop.it

Susan Bate has been operating her business for 25 years. So it's no surprise her marketing strategies have evolved considerably to reflect the times, says the owner of Coffee Tree Roastery in West Toronto.


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Social Media: Workplace Distraction? | Social Media Today

Social Media: Workplace Distraction? | Social Media Today | SEO Buzz | Scoop.it

The difference between social media as a waste of time and as a productive action probably is just a matter of intention. (Is Social Media the Biggest Workplace Distraction?


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Study: Tablet Users Are More Attentive and Tablet Ads Generate Better Recall [INFOGRAPHIC]

Study: Tablet Users Are More Attentive and Tablet Ads Generate Better Recall [INFOGRAPHIC] | SEO Buzz | Scoop.it

Key takeways

- Tablet users watch videos when they’re relaxing thus lesser distraction and longer time. Hence, better ad recall.
- 65% spend over an hour per day watching videos
- Consumers multitask less when using tablets when compared to others devices
- Tablets are usually used for “me-time”
- After eating, smartphone is the #2 distraction to a tablet user

 Details: http://ijustdid.org/2013/10/advertising-on-tablets/


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Some Obvious Things About Internet Reputation Systems

Some Obvious Things About Internet Reputation Systems | SEO Buzz | Scoop.it

Debates around the “shar­ing econ­omy” have been dri­ven by per­sonal sto­ries and broad claims. In con­trast, this is a fairly dense step-by-step look at the inter­net rep­u­ta­tion sys­tems on which the shar­ing econ­omy claims are based, with some pre­dic­tions about the neolib­eral future of the shar­ing econ­omy. Ref­er­ences, sta­tis­tics, and, yes, some per­sonal sto­ries are rel­e­gated to foot­notes. If you’re really inter­ested you can down­load a PDF.


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How to Create User Engaging Content for Your Brand - Huffington Post

How to Create User Engaging Content for Your Brand - Huffington Post | SEO Buzz | Scoop.it
How to Create User Engaging Content for Your Brand
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Instead of just cranking out blog posts, include some infographics, videos, and images to give the content marketing some diversity.

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Another glimpse at the potential behind social media, patient engagement and HIE

Another glimpse at the potential behind social media, patient engagement and HIE | SEO Buzz | Scoop.it

EHR software is not the only technology leap healthcare is making. More frequently than ever, social media is playing a role in healthcare. Doctors are Facebook messaging with patients, physicians have taken to Tweeting and MHADegree.org – a research group aimed at providing free data to students and healthcare professionals looking for degrees in health administration – has even compiled a list of the top 50 most social media friendly hospitals in the U.S.

 

In conversation with Healthcare IT News, Bethanny Parker, the editor of MHADegree.org and the author of the top 50 list, explained some of the benefits social media has to offer healthcare facilities.

 

• Spreads awareness
Social media is great for individuals who want to share pictures, life updates or random thoughts and photos of their lunches. But as Parker observed, there is no reason this mass-messaging and very public tool could not be used to share critical healthcare information. Social media’s viral nature helps news spread fast.

 

• Providing answers
The news source cited a statistic from a recent Journal of Medical Internet Research study. It said that approximately 60 percent of Internet users say they use the web to do basic research on health information. Rather than having patients rely solely on user-generated online wikis, doctors could become that resource – and be far more reliable.

 

• Eliminating ‘white coat syndrome’
Most people do not enjoy visiting the doctor – they find it to be a source of extreme stress. White coat syndrome can sometimes keep patients from taking the first step toward treatment, as Parker noted. But social media offers a far less threatening and more “neutral” ground on which to relay information. That being said, it should not take the place of regular physicals or serious diagnoses.

 

• New frontiers
Social media keeps evolving, as the news source pointed out. Who knows what new tools and options for disseminating healthcare information may show up in the coming years. Like EHR systems and new digitized workflows for billing and practice management software, the options for social media are only just beginning to be explored.

 

Doctor-to-doctor social networks
A large part of the conversation about social media and healthcare does not relate to Facebook or Twitter. It is instead concerned solely with doctor-to-doctor communications and how social networking components could improve health information exchange (HIE). As EHRIntelligence noted, physicians are sharing patient records with colleagues already through social networks designed to be compliant with the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). While this is not the large-scale interoperability that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) or the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) have promoted as the future of HIE, it is a start.

 

EHRIntelligence noted that social network sharing may be too limited in scope compared to HIE, which has a more solid infrastructure and data standards. But they do present an easy-to-use and attractive way to conduct basic data exchange for now.

 

Social networks have the benefits of slicker interfaces, the news source noted, and most importantly they are equipped with familiar features that many doctors already use in their everyday lives outside the office. Not insignificant either is the fact that social media avoids the logistical hang-ups that HIEs can run into, where legal contracts, participation fees and tech upgrades can cause trouble.

 

While not a replacement, social networks are an excellent stand-in until federal policy gets ironed out and the first stages of nationwide interoperability get off the ground.


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Think You Don’t Need LinkedIn? 10 Reasons Why You Do | Profession Direction, LLC

Think You Don’t Need LinkedIn? 10 Reasons Why You Do | Profession Direction, LLC | SEO Buzz | Scoop.it

Over the past week, I’ve talked to three acquaintances who are actively on the hunt for a job. They all have resumes (whether they’re professionally done, and of sufficient quality, is debatable).


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Quali sono i Trends Social per il 2014? - SEO Buzz

Quali sono i Trends Social per il 2014? - SEO Buzz | SEO Buzz | Scoop.it
Il Social Media Marketing nel 2014: quali tendenze si possono prevedere?
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Why Listening Must Come Before Writing

Why Listening Must Come Before Writing | SEO Buzz | Scoop.it
I had it all figured out. I knew what I was going to write — a simple little eBook I would give away to people who subscribed to my blog. Somewhere between 5000 and and 800 words.

Not only that,...

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