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A Visual Guide to Twitter

A Visual Guide to Twitter | Social Media in Financial Services | Scoop.it

This infographic provides a visual guide and a brief synopsis of different uses for Twitter.

It includes information about how Twitter can be used as a tool for information, customer service, networking, business management and website management.


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Carlos Castaño's comment, June 6, 2013 9:48 AM
I'm agree with you.
Alexander Abramov's comment, June 6, 2013 10:23 AM
You put it very nicely
Jim Doyle's curator insight, June 6, 2013 8:45 PM
A Visual Guide to Twitter
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A Day In The Life Of The Internet – infographic

A Day In The Life Of The Internet – infographic | Social Media in Financial Services | Scoop.it

'There are close to two and-a-half billion people online around the world – this number has grown 566 percent since the year 2000 – and 70 percent of them use the internet every day. As you might imagine, with that kind of presence, which amounts to more than a third of the global population, quite a lot happens over the course of each 24 hours.

The Internet never sleeps.  Is it possible to even fathom the idea of any given moment without someone in the world being connected to the Internet for one reason or another?  It wasn’t that long ago that the Internet wasn’t even a thing, but anymore it’s something that we can’t do without.  ztake a look at “A Day in the Life of the Internet”...


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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, May 22, 2013 1:58 PM

Think we are in the middle of a collaborative revoluton or what?

Taylor Mergele's comment, May 22, 2013 2:05 PM
Absolutely. I'm willing to admit that I'm a part of all of those statistics!
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SEO: The Future Is Bright, The Future Is Linkless

SEO: The Future Is Bright, The Future Is Linkless | Social Media in Financial Services | Scoop.it

How content marketing is the new SEO.... Less than a year ago links were everything to the SEO industry. Whether it was guest blogging or content marketing, the sole aim of many agencies revolved purely around sourcing and acquiring links. The answer is simple. By combining knowledge on entities, associations, co-occurrence and authorship, you can build a strategy that actually solves a problem or satisfies a need for your target audience. By doing this you will increase traffic and naturally generate links. Like Hannah Smith mentioned at this year’s LinkLove conference, if you do stuff that gets links, rather than doing it for links, you are much more likely to succeed. And to save you the hassle of pooling all this together, I’ve done it for you. You’re welcome....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, May 23, 2013 1:20 PM

How content marketing is the new SEO and tips to help you get results.

Intriguing Networks's curator insight, May 27, 2013 10:14 AM

Simple Great Content = Good people want to link and will organically. So focus on your Content Strategy, now that is a little more complicated.

James Johnston's curator insight, May 27, 2013 11:43 AM

More information about getting traffic back from the search engines and what you now need to know about SEO.

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Web Curation And New Professions: The Content Curator

Web Curation And New Professions: The Content Curator | Social Media in Financial Services | Scoop.it

Excerpted from article on Mashable:
"Today, however, curation encompasses a whole new catalog of professions, brands and tools — and most revolve around the web.

A curator ingests, analyzes and contextualizes web content and information of a particular nature onto a platform or into a format we can understand. In other words, a curator is like that person at the beach with the metal detector, surfacing items and relics of perceived value. Only, a web curator shares those gems of content with their online audiences.

Some believe "curator" to be a reappropriated, throwaway term, one that simply elevates marginally focused web users.

Some media sites choose to curate articles already published and reported by other sites. For instance, Boing Boing and The Awl feed links that reference news reported by other sites around the web, tailoring content that will resonate with their readership.

More and more people are taking the reins into their own hands. Consumer curators are flocking to sites like The Fancy to browse products and silo them into categories. Other curation tools aren't as consumer-driven but nonetheless help users organize and structure web content that matters to them.

As much as the term gets criticized, curation requires patience, resourcefulness and a keen editing eye. It means becoming fluent in one particular dialect of the web, versus trying to speak its entire language. It's the reason journalists have beats, and the reason you chose one major in college, instead of seven.
Perhaps the best part? Curation is a never-ending job, and it never gets boring..."

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http://mashable.com/2013/05/09/curator/

 


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Víctor V. Valera Jiménez's curator insight, May 10, 2013 10:51 PM

Excelente artículo en Mashable de Stephanie Buck que nos habla de este nuevo perfil profesional que está irrumpiendo con fuerza en el marketing de contenidos, el Content Curator.

Emily at Two Pens's curator insight, May 29, 2013 10:39 PM

Love this. Debunked and clarified.

John Thomas's curator insight, February 12, 2014 2:28 PM
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The Most Important Social Media Marketing Platform | Heidi Cohen

The Most Important Social Media Marketing Platform | Heidi Cohen | Social Media in Financial Services | Scoop.it

If you could only had one social media option to support your business goals which one would you choose? Chances are you said Facebook without a second thought. As the 800 pound gorilla of social media, it should be a no-brainer but is it really the best for your business? Roughly half of the respondents named Facebook as the most important social media platform in Social Media Examiner’s 2013 Social Media Marketing Industry Report, which surveyed a cross section of businesses using social media in their marketing mix. As Syncapse research revealed, Facebook drives revenues. Besides, there’s something to be said for a large audience of engaged users. Actionable Marketing Advice: Create a Facebook presence and be active there. What’s interesting about Social Media Examiner’s data is how the other social media venues measure up....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, May 23, 2013 1:14 PM

Facebook rules but other social media channels play critical roles when integrated properly.

Alison D. Gilbert's curator insight, May 23, 2013 4:56 PM

I guess I would agree but I sure am glad I don't have to choose.