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What Social Networks Should You Use in 2014? [INFOGRAPHIC]

What Social Networks Should You Use in 2014? [INFOGRAPHIC] | Lets Be Social | Scoop.it
We’re now into a whole new year – but which social networks should have your full attention this year?

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Dillon Thomas's curator insight, February 1, 2014 9:15 AM

TO FULLY UNDERSTAND AND HAVE STATS AND DATA ..  FOR EXAMPLE YOUR AUDIENCE FOR YOUR INFOGRAPHIC AND THEN  TP UNDERSTAND WHAT SOCIAL MEDIA THEY USE

BOTH: .. quanitatively and qualititatively .. (How much time they spend and what content they are utilizing or extracting) 

 

THIS IS CRITICAL TO MAKING AN INFOGRAPHIC TARGETED TO AN AUDIANCE SPECIFIC

 

ALSO:   I recommend Lauren Moss SCOOP - VISUALIZING SOCIAL MEDIA 

Amy Williamson's curator insight, February 5, 2014 5:43 AM

A must read for anyone working in social media!

Monica S Mcfeeters's curator insight, March 30, 2014 9:16 AM

Do you wonder where to put most of your online time for the best reach to viewers? Here is helpful info to help you decide.

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Learning through "serious games" - learning world

What are serious games and can they make a difference to educational outcomes? Can game-based learning be used to teach every subject? All of thes
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Is Soy Really A Health Food? A Doctor Settles The Debate

Is Soy Really A Health Food? A Doctor Settles The Debate | Lets Be Social | Scoop.it
The truth about the Soy Myth and why you should feel comfortable eating organic soy products.

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Sandi Cornez's curator insight, April 3, 6:53 PM

Did you know that new research shows that consuming organic soy, including tofu, edamame, and tempeh is healthy and may have a  protective effect? Tempeh is a fermented soy product and fermented foods are known to be healthy for you to eat.

 

Make sure you are only eating organic as about 90-95 percent of conventional soy contains GMOs which have been shown to harm your body.

 

Not sure, then check out Jeffrey Smith with the Institute of Responsible Technology or Ronnie Cummins of Organic Consumer’s Association, or Andrew Kimbrell, Public Interest Lawyer for Center for Food Safety, or John and Ocean Robbins with www.foodrevolution.com 

 

Health tips:  Eat a variety of fermented plant based foods daily or weekly as well as other plant based real whole foods, such as jicama, asparagus, dandelion greens, onion, garlic, beans, root veggies, crucifers, chicory, mustard and collard greens. 

 

Organic produce contains prebiotic fibers which feed your gut bacteria , keeping them happy and well. When your gut micro biome is happy and well, so are you.

 

Read more about “Is Soy Really a Health Food? A Doctor Settles the Debate” from www.mindbodygreen.com by Dr Joel Kahn.

 

This www.scoop.it/t/zestful-living site is being curated by Sandi Cornez. Follow Sandi for more healthy food/water tips @https://www.facebook.com/wisdomfromthewell

 

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6 Things You Must Have In Your LinkedIn Profile

6 Things You Must Have In Your LinkedIn Profile | Lets Be Social | Scoop.it

LinkedIn, once your online resume, has morphed into your opportunity to introduce yourself to others and attract the attention of those who need to know you. However, mindsets are slow to shift, and those who still consider LinkedIn nothing more than a digital resume are missing out on some of the biggest opportunities LinkedIn has ever offered. In a world that is becoming more virtual, with remote work becoming the norm, LinkedIn often delivers your first impression. To make sure you come across as the wildly interesting, compelling, and accomplished person you are, focus on the following six elements of your profile.


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Samsung Uses Technology Created in Nova Scotia

Samsung Uses Technology Created in Nova Scotia | Lets Be Social | Scoop.it
In 2009, a group of software engineers and quality assurance specialists formed NewPace Technology Development Inc. in Bedford, Nova Scotia.
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8 Do's & Don'ts That Can Make or Break Social Media Contests

8 Do's & Don'ts That Can Make or Break Social Media Contests | Lets Be Social | Scoop.it
Whether on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, or Snapchat–there’s no doubt that social media contests are a big deal for online retailers. If you’ve... > Read More

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Peg Corwin's curator insight, February 17, 9:53 PM

Running social media contests?  Don't make these mistakes. 

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Media, Technology and Information Literacy (STEM 6 - GROUP 6)

A video presentation showing the definition and meaning of Media, Technology and Information Literacy and how they are all connected. Task for Media, mad
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5 Unique Ways to Engage Influencers

5 Unique Ways to Engage Influencers | Lets Be Social | Scoop.it
At Carusele, we've found 5 tried and true ways to engage influencers that meet brand objectives while still staying true to the influencers' true voice.

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Peg Corwin's curator insight, January 28, 6:42 PM

Influencer marketing?  Learn about and see examples of  influencer media programs, marketplaces, content campaigns, syndication campaigns, ambassador programs.

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Why houses in Bermuda have white stepped roofs

Why houses in Bermuda have white stepped roofs | Lets Be Social | Scoop.it
The island of Bermuda has no fresh-water springs, rivers or lakes so the design of its roofs is essential for collecting rainwater.

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Seth Dixon's curator insight, January 9, 8:44 AM

This is such as distinct, localized example of how people adapt to their physical environment.  It explains why a particularly cultural landscape is prevalent, and the article nicely shows how traditional island living comes into conflict with tourist expectations and consumption patterns.  Tons of good geographic factors in this issue for students to analyze. 

 

Tags: water, tourism, sustainabilityarchitecture, consumption, landscape, Bermuda, environment adapt.

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Chicagoland & Favorites

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See more about Trees, Paint party and Twists.
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Chicagoland & Favorites

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Chicago Gourmet "The Best Of Mexico" event Jan. 25, 2017 at the new Quiote Chicago restaurant - artisan stories with blend of authentic agave spirits and dining pairing
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10 Super-Savvy Social Media Strategies for 2017 | Social Media Explorer

10 Super-Savvy Social Media Strategies for 2017 | Social Media Explorer | Lets Be Social | Scoop.it
We polled some of the savviest sages in social media to help you think through your 2017 social media strategy. Here are their best tips for you.

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Jessica Kelly's curator insight, October 24, 2016 5:29 PM
"Prune your platforms..."

SME's Drew Neisser gets advice from Brian Kardon, Stephen Monaco, John Lawson, Brian Moran, Jason Falls, Kelly O'Shea, Tamara McCleary, Jeff Snyder, Kelly Wenzel, Martin Jones, Konstanze Alex, Seth Grimes...
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Sustainable development for kids (by grade 3 kids)

Engaging sustainability videos to learn & teach. More sustainability videos on www.sustainabilityillustrated.com
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Do kids who grow kale eat kale?

Do kids who grow kale eat kale? | Lets Be Social | Scoop.it
It’s back-to-school time in the United States, and for countless children across the nation, it’s also time to get back into the school garden.

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Ron Wolford's curator insight, September 12, 2016 10:05 AM
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Pousse-t-il des "carottes magiques" dans les jardins scolaires qui améliorent la santé des enfants ? Cet article (en anglais) fait le point sur les vertus supposées et réelles des jardins pédagogiques installés dans les écoles des États-Unis. Leurs promoteurs les voient jouer un rôle essentiel pour compenser les effets de la malbouffe. Les résultats d'études sont moins nets, ils permettent aux enfants de découvrir des légumes, de changer une vision négative, mais jouent peu sur les habitudes de consommation. Pourtant, le rôle de ces jardins reste important, surtout s'ils sont le support d'un vrai travail pédagogique porté par l'ensemble de l'équipe enseignante. A eux seuls ils ne changent pas le monde, mais pris dans une approche plus globale ils influent sur une meilleure relation à l'environnement, sur la perception de la santé, sur l'"empowerment" des jeunes. Pas de carotte magique qui change tout, mais intégré dans une politique globale qui remet la nature proche des enfants, on avance dans la bonne direction. C'est plutôt encourageant.
Eric Larson's curator insight, September 22, 2016 4:45 PM
Grow kale and eat kale?
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How I Hired My Newest Employee Before She Even Started Her Job Search

How I Hired My Newest Employee Before She Even Started Her Job Search | Lets Be Social | Scoop.it

It’s the end of the year. Everyone on my team is getting ready for holiday travel and planning to spend time with friends and family. But before we hang it up for the year, I’ve got one more thing left to do: find and hire two business development reps for my team here at Dropbox.

December isn’t the hottest season for recruiting and hiring, but in the waning weeks of 2016, I had two open positions on my team and a pretty thick pipeline of candidates, typical of the season. But determined to find my top hire before breaking for the holidays, I reached out to our recruiting team, and they suggested I check out the “Apply Starters” feature in LinkedIn Jobs, which rolled out late last year. The tool lets hiring managers find candidates who’ve started applying to their companies’ job postings, even if they don’t finish. That led me straight to my newest hire, Veronica Velasco. Here’s how.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, April 18, 7:21 PM

One hiring manager at Dropbox shares his approach to recruiting so-called “passive job-seekers

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Google to bring artificial intelligence into daily life

Google to bring artificial intelligence into daily life | Lets Be Social | Scoop.it
In every pie: Google’s technologies will add value to self-driving cars, Google Photos’ search capabilities and Snapchat filters that convert the images of users into animated pictures.   | Photo Credit: Getty Images Artificial intelligence has been the secret sauce for some of the biggest technology companies. But technology giant Alphabet Inc.’s Google is betting big on ‘democratising’ artificial intelligence ... Read More
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Divya's curator insight, March 30, 7:36 AM

Lovely Reading it

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How Much Time Will the Average Person Spend on Social Media During Their Life? #Infographic

How Much Time Will the Average Person Spend on Social Media During Their Life? #Infographic | Lets Be Social | Scoop.it
The average person will spend more than five years of their lives on social media, according to a study by influencer marketing agency Mediakix.

Mediakix calculated average time spent per day on YouTube (40 minutes), Facebook (35), Snapchat (25), Instagram (15) and Twitter (one) and projected those figures out over a lifetime, arriving at a total of five years and four months.

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Je n'ai jamais fait le calcul mais cette étude est intéressante
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Ten Simple Ways to Improve Any Blog Post in Minutes

Ten Simple Ways to Improve Any Blog Post in Minutes | Lets Be Social | Scoop.it
Are your blog posts as good as you want them to be? Rather than rushing to press publish, take a minute to ensure you've taken the steps to success

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Teams Only Grow When They Evolve Together

Teams Only Grow When They Evolve Together | Lets Be Social | Scoop.it

As a kid, I always gravitated to disruptors in the music I listened to: Elvis who disrupted the sound of the 1950s; Michael Jackson who disrupted the world of videos in the 1980s. Not surprising since disruption was in my blood. Shortly after he graduated college, my dad left a career in engineering and decided to pursue his passion for music. In the 1950s, his quartet, Los Llopis, disrupted the sounds of Cuba, becoming the first to integrate American rock ‘n’ roll with the rhythms and the sounds of the island.

 

But today I realize something: My dad wasn’t just disrupting the status quo – he was creating something new: Cuban crossover music. Elvis and Michael Jackson were creators too.


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Foo Jia Qian's comment, February 27, 9:32 AM
I feel that in Singapore’s context, we have a slightly more rigid education system that often promotes conformity and a structured way of teaching. Students are expected to give model answers that they memorize off their notes and textbooks rather than explore and provide an answer from their own understanding of the concept of the topic. In such a sense, our education system is rather stagnant as we make no effort to progress into the future, instead we are stuck at the same spot and every batch of students go through the same old routine of memorizing standardized answers and simply “vomiting” them out during examination. However, what we fail to comprehend is that students only truly learn and absorb knowledge when we change together, and not stay the same together. We only become wiser when we witness changes around us and when concepts that we learn in textbooks can be applied to our daily lives. Only then can we truly understand them and grow from them. Hence, I feel that parents and teachers should not constantly push their children to “be as good as” their peers or be just like them. At the end of the day, we will become irrelevant in the society if we are simply “just like our peers” because there is no individuality and nothing that makes us unique. What a fast-paced society like Singapore really needs is people who are innovative and are out of the ordinary so that they provide the society with fresh perspectives and ideas that will eventually propel the country forward and enhance its growth.
Foo Jia Qian's comment, February 27, 9:32 AM
I feel that in Singapore’s context, we have a slightly more rigid education system that often promotes conformity and a structured way of teaching. Students are expected to give model answers that they memorize off their notes and textbooks rather than explore and provide an answer from their own understanding of the concept of the topic. In such a sense, our education system is rather stagnant as we make no effort to progress into the future, instead we are stuck at the same spot and every batch of students go through the same old routine of memorizing standardized answers and simply “vomiting” them out during examination. However, what we fail to comprehend is that students only truly learn and absorb knowledge when we change together, and not stay the same together. We only become wiser when we witness changes around us and when concepts that we learn in textbooks can be applied to our daily lives. Only then can we truly understand them and grow from them. Hence, I feel that parents and teachers should not constantly push their children to “be as good as” their peers or be just like them. At the end of the day, we will become irrelevant in the society if we are simply “just like our peers” because there is no individuality and nothing that makes us unique. What a fast-paced society like Singapore really needs is people who are innovative and are out of the ordinary so that they provide the society with fresh perspectives and ideas that will eventually propel the country forward and enhance its growth.
Jerry Busone's curator insight, February 27, 7:35 PM

Disrupt your idea of Teams to grow your business 

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6 Easy Ways to Cut Back On Meat If You’re Not Ready to Give it Up Just Yet

6 Easy Ways to Cut Back On Meat If You’re Not Ready to Give it Up Just Yet | Lets Be Social | Scoop.it
So whether you want to go 95 percent vegan or you just want to dabble in plant-based cooking, here is a list of ways you can cut down on your meat consumption without taking the full veg plunge.

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Sandi Cornez's curator insight, February 25, 3:45 PM

Do you know you can ease into consuming more plant based food? If you’re not quite ready to give up all your animal based foods, here are 5 ways you can begin to make a discernible difference for your health and the health of our planet.

 

Health Tips:  Chickpeas (garbanzo beans) are a versatile legume, also a protein and veggie which gives you the second meal effect so you feel satiated.. Check out all the different ways you can incorporate chickpeas into your food meals from onegreenplanet.org 

 

Read more about “6 Easy Ways to Cut back on Meat If You’re Not ready to give it Up Just Yet” from www.onegreenplanet.org by Rachael Curit.

 

This www.scoop.it/t/zestful-living site is being curated by Sandi Cornez. Follow Sandi for more healthy food/water tips @https://www.facebook.com/wisdomfromthewell

 

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Friendship

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4 Ways to Promote Your Products on Social Media 

4 Ways to Promote Your Products on Social Media  | Lets Be Social | Scoop.it
Looking for new ways to share your products on social? Discover how to get your products seen by more people on Pinterest, Snapchat, Facebook, & Instagram.

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Peg Corwin's curator insight, January 14, 8:02 AM

Promote your products with links in instagram stories, a catalog import in Facebook, a Pinterest showcase or  Snapchat interactions. Learn more.

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light installation in medieval cathedral ruins by jorma

light installation in medieval cathedral ruins by jorma | Lets Be Social | Scoop.it
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4 Ways to Humanize Your Social Media Updates : Social Media Examiner

4 Ways to Humanize Your Social Media Updates : Social Media Examiner | Lets Be Social | Scoop.it
Do you want to create better engagement with your fans? Discover four ways to turn online connections into customers who feel like they know you.
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13 Innovative Content Marketing Hubs from Brands

13 Innovative Content Marketing Hubs from Brands | Lets Be Social | Scoop.it
A content marketing hub is a website or blog where a brand publishes shareable content — articles, images, videos. It is a destination where the brand’s followers find a steady flow of helpful information or entertaining tidbits that go beyond the strictures of basic marketing copy. Essentially, it is the place where a brand’s audience should find content they actually want.

Here is a list of content marketing hubs from brands. These sites cover industry developments, expert tips, behind-the-scenes looks, and even intimate portraits. Some have polished editorial designs, while others are simply places for communities to share. Use these examples to imagine new places to engage your customers

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