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Le Marketing Territorial & la gestion de son e-Réputation, l’exemple de Nancy #SocialMedia #Blogging #eReputation

Le Marketing Territorial & la gestion de son e-Réputation, l’exemple de Nancy #SocialMedia #Blogging #eReputation | Social Media and its influence | Scoop.it

Nancy: le Centre Prouvé, son programme Ambassadeurs et une vision de l’e-Réputation de la ville à travers l'outil de curation Scoop.it par le Professeur Gilbert Faure, Université de Lorraine et CHU Nancy Brabois 

Dès le dix-neuvième siècle, publicités et réclames affichaient l'image et l'attractivité des lieux touristiques. Depuis internet, les documents papiers n'ont pas disparu mais au contraire dépliants et brochures rivalisent de couleurs haute définition et de papier glacé.


Toutes les entités territoriales, mairies, offices de tourisme, villages, villes, régions ont des sites web qu'elles actualisent et renouvellent régulièrement. Nombreuses entretiennent des blogs, directement ou indirectement. La plupart sont actives, plus ou moins efficacement sur les réseaux sociaux Twitter, Facebook...

 

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http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?&tag=Marketing

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/social-media-and-its-influence/?&tag=E-R%C3%A9putation

 

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Nancy: le Centre Prouvé, son programme Ambassadeurs et une vision de l’e-Réputation de la ville à travers l'outil de curation Scoop.it par le Professeur Gilbert Faure, Université de Lorraine et CHU Nancy Brabois 

Dès le dix-neuvième siècle, publicités et réclames affichaient l'image et l'attractivité des lieux touristiques. Depuis internet, les documents papiers n'ont pas disparu mais au contraire dépliants et brochures rivalisent de couleurs haute définition et de papier glacé.


Toutes les entités territoriales, mairies, offices de tourisme, villages, villes, régions ont des sites web qu'elles actualisent et renouvellent régulièrement. Nombreuses entretiennent des blogs, directement ou indirectement. La plupart sont actives, plus ou moins efficacement sur les réseaux sociaux Twitter, Facebook...

 

 Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?&tag=Marketing

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/social-media-and-its-influence/?&tag=E-R%C3%A9putation

 

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WordPress: Announcing New Embed Support for Getty Images

WordPress: Announcing New Embed Support for Getty Images | Social Media and its influence | Scoop.it
Getty Images' vast library of award-winning professional photographs and illustrations is now at the disposal of every WordPress.com blogger.


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Matt Cutts (Google) Announces New Pitfall for Blog SEO

Matt Cutts (Google) Announces New Pitfall for Blog SEO | Social Media and its influence | Scoop.it

In March’s SXSW, Matt Cutts let out a bombshell. Google is working on a new algorithm designed to penalize websites that are “Overly SEOed.”


This change is slated to roll out in the next few weeks or months. This is not something coming “down the line,” but in the very immediate future.
The idea is that Cutts wants high quality websites by non-marketers to rank highly, rather than just websites created by marketing experts.

 

Since some of the web’s best content is put out by people who don’t know anything about SEO, this new change is designed to help get that kind of content to the top.

 

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http://contentrix.com/matt-cutts-announces-new-pitfall/6509

 

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Ground-Proven Rules To Get More People To Read Your Content

Ground-Proven Rules To Get More People To Read Your Content | Social Media and its influence | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Some really valuable and long-tested advice on specific, immediately applicable things you can do to your writing and to the formatting of your content to make sure it looks professional, and it gets more people to read and appreciate it.

 

The advice contained in this infographic is excellent and I have been using each and every single one of these ten rules for a long time now on MasterNewMedia. If you have not yet started to consider some of this variables, dive into this infographic and start reserving some mental and production space for them too.

 

Highlights: 

 

A) Impatient searchers

Jakob Nielsen’s seminal web usability study from 1997 showed that 79% of web users scan rather than read. Think about how you use the web. You’re in search of information. And if you don’t find it on the page you’re visiting, you click away and look elsewhere. What can you do to engage your readers so they lean into your content, stay on your pages and interact with your information?

 

B) Make it snappy

To write successfully for the web, you need to forget some of what you learned in English composition class. Accept that people scan web pages rather than reading them in detail, and work with this reality rather than fighting it.

 

C) Structure your paragraphs in the inverted pyramid style.

This means stating your conclusion first, then supporting it with the sentences that follow. This helps scanners to move from point to point, and decide where they’d like to dive in deeper.

 

1. Embrace the line break

There are few easier ways to make your content more readable.

And try writing some paragraphs with one sentence only.

 

2. Break up your content with compelling subheads

Is there a compelling story? Will they get the gist of your information?

 

3. Use bulleted lists
 

4. Use deep captions

Studies have shown that image captions are consistently some of the most-read copy on a page. Try pairing a strong image with a “deep caption.”

Deep captions are two to three sentences long. That’s long enough to intrigue your reader to dig in to your whole article.

 

5. Add highly relevant links

Internal links back to your own cornerstone content will keep people on your site and reading your best material. External links demonstrate that you’ve researched the topic and want to highlight other experts.

 

6. Use strategic formatting

Add emphasis to your web copy by bolding important concepts. You reader will be able to scan through and pick out the most important information at a glance. Emphasize the key points so the scanner can quickly pick them out.

 

7. Harness the power of numbers

Think those numbered list posts are tired? Think again. Numbers are an incredibly effective way to both capture attention and to keep the reader oriented.

 

8. Check your dual readership path

Does the reader get the gist? Have you pulled out the most interesting and relevant words, the words that will pull your scanner in and turn her into a reader?

 

 

Excellent. It works. 9/10

 

By Pamela Wilson -- http://bit.ly/LzBnQm

Source: http://bit.ly/LIOp4n

Infographic by BlueGlass -- http://bit.ly/LzBNpN


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maxOz's comment, June 29, 2012 10:37 AM
Thank You Gust for haring Cheers Michele
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What is Content Curation?

What is Content Curation? | Social Media and its influence | Scoop.it
I selected this piece by Dino Joannides for Lingospot because it tackles a much asked and frequently tackled answered of "What is Curation?" in the most appropriate manner possible. That is to say, he answers the question with an excellent example of curation, complete with multiple links to articles that prove his points.

 

Some points that caught my attention:

 

**Content curation means different things to a variety of stakeholders, be they journalists, editors, bloggers, business executives or marketers.

 

**Fred Wilson the Venture Capitalist and blogger sees curation as an essential element in today's media landscape as indicated by one of his posts here

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**Some argue that curation could actually save media.

 

**Others have argued that there is a new type of curation that is in effect the New Search.

 

**Most people inadvertently already act as curators whenever they decide to post a link or video to their social networks to show their friends they have found great or topical content.

 

He closes by suggesting traditional editors make decisions based only upon content that was produced internally, whereas the newer Curation mixes this with external content. The determination of what is given prominence remains the same.

 

The difference is that now, this role is undertaken by professional journalists, content marketers, bloggers" or in reality, anyone that publishes online".

 

What do you think?

 

Curated by Jan Gordon covering "Content Curation, Social Business and Beyond"

 

Read full article: [http://bit.ly/w81bwP]


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Robin Good's comment, January 20, 2012 12:49 PM
Thank you Jan, excellent work, as always.
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Lorsque les citoyens prennent en charge le marketing territorial. Quelques initiatives remarquables

Lorsque les citoyens prennent en charge le marketing territorial. Quelques initiatives remarquables | Social Media and its influence | Scoop.it
Sur le web, le marketing territorial est pris en charge par les multiples organismes mis en place par les communes, les communautés de communes, les villes, les départements, les régions. Il s’agit aussi de la première fonction des Offices du Tourisme.

Mais, depuis plusieurs années grâce au web 2.0 des citoyens se sont aussi lancés bénévolement dans cette mission et affichent avec constance et efficacité des informations concernant leur environnement, en utilisant différents outils du web et des réseaux sociaux. Ils construisent ainsi une image de la vie de leur commune, de leur vallée, de leur ville et participent activement à leur «e-reputation »

Cet article met en valeur quatre exemples de territoires qui depuis plusieurs années bénéficient de cette activité citoyenne, quasi principale de leurs auteurs, ou activité secondaire d‘une activité de principale de veille centrée sur d’autres intérêts.

 

Au Luxembourg,  Gust MEES  gère principalement des sujets centrés sur l’éducation au XXIième siècle (en particulier un blog sur l'éducation rassemblant des interviews avec différents acteurs de l'Éducation nationale du Luxembourg avec une audience de 153.000 visites (au 02/10/2017) et la sécurité informatique.

 

Il a aussi ouvert un sujet illustrant l’information sur la ville et l’état luxembourgeois avec près de 20000 vues de 2200  (au 2/10/2017) scoops sélectionnés.

 

 Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?&tag=Marketing

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/social-media-and-its-influence/?&tag=E-R%C3%A9putation

 

 

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Sur le web, le marketing territorial est pris en charge par les multiples organismes mis en place par les communes, les communautés de communes, les villes, les départements, les régions. Il s’agit aussi de la première fonction des Offices du Tourisme.

Mais, depuis plusieurs années grâce au web 2.0 des citoyens se sont aussi lancés bénévolement dans cette mission et affichent avec constance et efficacité des informations concernant leur environnement, en utilisant différents outils du web et des réseaux sociaux. Ils construisent ainsi une image de la vie de leur commune, de leur vallée, de leur ville et participent activement à leur «e-reputation »

Cet article met en valeur quatre exemples de territoires qui depuis plusieurs années bénéficient de cette activité citoyenne, quasi principale de leurs auteurs, ou activité secondaire d‘une activité de principale de veille centrée sur d’autres intérêts.

 

Au Luxembourg,  Gust MEES  gère principalement des sujets centrés sur l’éducation au XXIième siècle (en particulier un blog sur l'éducation rassemblant des interviews avec différents acteurs de l'Éducation nationale du Luxembourg avec une audience de 153.000 visites (au 02/10/2017) et la sécurité informatique.

 

Il a aussi ouvert un sujet illustrant l’information sur la ville et l’état luxembourgeois avec près de 20000 vues de 2200  (au 2/10/2017) scoops sélectionnés.

 

 Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?&tag=Marketing

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/social-media-and-its-influence/?&tag=E-R%C3%A9putation

 

 

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10 Benefits of Using Images in Blogs | Social Media Today

10 Benefits of Using Images in Blogs | Social Media Today | Social Media and its influence | Scoop.it
I have always told my clients that every blog post needs to have at least one image, and I stick to that rule myself. Here are ten benefits to making sure that every time you write a blog post, you include at least one great image.
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5 Questions To Ask Before Pressing Publish — Checklist + #Infographic

5 Questions To Ask Before Pressing Publish  — Checklist + #Infographic | Social Media and its influence | Scoop.it

Everyone thinks their blog post is the most entertaining, informative, must-know compilation of research and Internet fodder on the planet. And that’s good, to a point—everyone should be lucky to have that much confidence.

But in reality?

Your blog post isn’t about you; it’s about everyone you want to read it. Based on this great Infographic there are 15 questions to ask before you hit that “publish” button.

Chloe Thompson of TMG has added a few to the mix.

 

Consider this as your blogging checklist: [Part 1.]

1. What was the main point of this post? Have I made it clearly?

If you can’t articulate your main points in the time it takes to brew a coffee, take some time to hone in on your point. Content, fashion, product reviews – content consumers need to know WHY they’re reading your post, and they need to know quickly.

2. Have I written something useful?

Think to yourself: Why are others going to share my post?

3. Have I written something unique?

Do yourself a 5-second favor before you hit publish and Google your topic. Has someone else written it, and done a better job? Rework yours until it’s different, relevant and much better than your neighbor’s.

4. Has this post taken me closer to or further away from my blog’s goals? Does it reflect my blog’s brand?

Every blog has a voice, and a purpose. If your blog post doesn’t suit the current blog’s voice, it decreases the connection you’ve made with your readers. Plain and simple.

5. Have I used a title that draws people into my post?

 

By Chloe Thompson - http://bit.ly/L73w7z

Source: http://bit.ly/KHggvA

Infographic - http://bit.ly/Qxym7V


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So What Has Changed Since I Started Blogging and Tweeting?

So What Has Changed Since I Started Blogging and Tweeting? | Social Media and its influence | Scoop.it

April 15, 2012
By Dave Meister

 

The first PHSprincipalBlog (changed to Director 4/1/2009) post was on 9/18/2007.  (332 posts overall) I have been using Twitter for 4 years, 4 month...

 

We still have a lot of work to do, but I feel more strongly than ever before that we are willing to meet the challenges to make our learning environments relevant and engaging. We have the unique opportunity to design and build a new school complex that will be both flexible and transparent and able to accommodate learning for today’s world and the challenges of tomorrow.


I AM SO GLAD I STARTED TO BLOG AND TWEET!

 

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