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QR codes may help save print - QR Code Press

QR codes may help save print - QR Code Press | social networks in todays world | Scoop.it
QR codes could be a useful tool to the print industry It is no secret that the print industry has struggled in the advent of technology. The Internet has made it exceedingly easier for consumers to g

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Guide to Holiday Craft & Artisanal Fairs in #Montreal - a "delightful artistic and cultural experience"!

Guide to Holiday Craft & Artisanal Fairs in #Montreal - a "delightful artistic and cultural experience"! | social networks in todays world | Scoop.it
Holiday shopping might not be everyone’s favourite activity, but in Montreal, shopping can be a thoroughly delightful artistic and cultural experience, especially during December, when craft and artisanal fairs showcase some of the best...
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Cancel your dive trip to the mystery island: "Scientists 'undiscover' South Pacific island" :O

Cancel your dive trip to the mystery island: "Scientists 'undiscover' South Pacific island" :O | social networks in todays world | Scoop.it
An international scientific expedition has revealed a South Pacific island roughly the size of Manhattan and clearly marked on online maps and marine charts does not, in fact, exist.

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Like it or Not, Information Must Be Your Product

Like it or Not, Information Must Be Your Product | social networks in todays world | Scoop.it

Excerpted from article by Joe Pulizzi on Content Marketing Institute:

 

 

 

"Whether you sell products or services, the new rules of marketing require that, along with everything else you sell, the process of delivering consistently valuable information must be considered throughout the organization as, yes, a product.

 

Why approach information as a product?

Simple: Organizations today have no choice but to place that kind of importance and processes behind their content initiatives. Customers today are in complete control and filter out any message that does not benefit them in some way.

 

We are seeing this trend happen now, as more businesses morph themselves into media companies. You are seeing appointments of titles such as “chief content officers” and businesses that are starting to hire full-time journalists.

 

In order to be successful, you need marketing culture that includes both a strong marketing and publishing core, and a keen understanding of how consistent editorial content can maintain or change customer behavior.

 

Three takeaways:

- Start to think about your content packages as a series;

- All product managers need to be trained in advanced storytelling techniques;

-  The pilot team..."

 

Read full original article here:

http://www.contentmarketinginstitute.com/2012/08/information-must-be-your-product/

 


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Curate Your Online Fashion Store And Earn For Items Sold From It: Boutine

Curate Your Online Fashion Store And Earn For Items Sold From It: Boutine | social networks in todays world | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Boutine is a women clothing and fashion platform allowing you to create custom collections and to earn commissions on the items sold through it.

 

From Techcrunch: "Sourcing items from a variety of indie designers, over half of whom are international, Boutine organizes and presents the pieces in a drag-and-drop interface where women can create looks using tops, bottoms, dresses, handbags, jewelry and other accessories.

 

Of some 300 signups from designers, Boutine curated the selection down to just 75 designers, with help from a team of experts from the fashion industry.

 

In addition to the mix-and-matching Boutine allows, users can also add their own Instagram photos to their collections (as the outfits or outfit groups are called). This allows them to start with a photo of something they already own, then find other items to match with it.

 

For example, you could find a necklace to complement a date-night dress, or some new jeans to go with a shirt you love. When collections are complete, they can be shared to all the usual places – Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or even blogs via embed codes or a WordPress plugin.

 

According to the site FAQ, Boutine charges a 20% commission on products sold, and Stylists (that’s you) would receive a 10% commission for putting the look together.

 

Boutine collects the total commission and distributes the appropriate amount to the Boutique Owner, meaning the bloggers, stylists, and fashion enthusiast who are the active participants building collections on the site."

 

 

(Source by Techcrunch:

http://techcrunch.com/2012/08/08/boutine-lets-women-build-their-own-virtual-boutiques/)

 

How it works: https://www.boutine.com/how_it_works

 

Video demo: http://youtu.be/v36ViTDlib0

 

Try it out now: https://www.boutine.com

 

 


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Bodyswitch - Waschraumetikette für Damen und Herren

Bodyswitch - Waschraumetikette für Damen und Herren | social networks in todays world | Scoop.it
Hatten Sie schon einmal gedacht, dass es eine ungeheuer spannende Angelegenheit wäre, nur für einen Tag das Geschlecht wechseln zu können? Möchten Sie nicht auch die Mysterien des Anderen besser verstehen und den eigenen Horizont erweitern?
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6 Tips for Optimizing Your Content for the Latest Trends in Consumption | Content Marketing Institute

6 Tips for Optimizing Your Content for the Latest Trends in Consumption | Content Marketing Institute | social networks in todays world | Scoop.it

Excerpted from the article:

 

During the past six months there have been some major changes in the way audiences consume information. These changes are happening simultaneously on two fronts, one in the form of content curation and the other in content shifting.

While content curation is nothing new, the rise in the use of mobile devices is changing when, where, and how we read internet content.

 

Content shifting:

Mobile devices are allowing people to break free from the computer desk and shift both the physical environment and the time in which they read or consume content.

This content shifting can be as simple as using tools like Evernote’s Clearly on a web browser.

Apps such as Pocket and Instapaper allow us to save articles discovered on a desktop computer to read later on any internet-connected device.

 

Sifting through the glut of information:

Many social media platforms have taken on the role of content curators, developing algorithms in an attempt to help us weed out the information we don’t want and present us with the information we do. This has been evidenced through a variety of changes in the Facebook Timeline, the #Discover tab on Twitter, and social search results in Google.

 

The latest wave of content shifting applications also curate and reformat articles to gear them toward our personal interests, fundamentally changing the reading experience as they do so. Programs such as Flipboard and Zite gather content from RSS feeds, Twitter, and Facebook streams and present it in a mobile-friendly magazine format.

 

Tips to optimize for content shifting and content curation:

1. Incorporate calls to action directly into the text...

2. Optimize for mobile...

3. Capitalize on compelling images...

4. Write strong headlines, lead paragraphs, and meta descriptions...

5. Maximize social media sharing...

6. Publish and promote quality content...

 

Each element and tip is analyzed with more information. Read full article here: http://j.mp/LmZpjT

 


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Discover, Bookmark And Share Videos With Clipulse

Discover, Bookmark And Share Videos With Clipulse | social networks in todays world | Scoop.it

From about page on official website:

"Clipulse is a social video discovery platform allows you to gather, organise and share amazing and interesting videos from around the web. Bookmark your interesting videos and share it with others to let them catch a glimpse of your cool collection.


Checkout the uber cool "Clipper" tool that helps you clip the most amazing videos you come across the web. Enrich your video streaming experience by discovering and sharing new contents with your friends.

 

Here are some key features:

- You can only join Clipulse by logging into your account with Facebook;

- Create a new library, use the "Create" button in the Clipulse page;

- To clip the videos from the web either use the "Clipper" button provided at the top of a Clipulse page or another option is to use the "Clip via link";

- Use the inbuilt search feature in Clipulse to find videos that matches your interest and shared in public by other members. Also if you loved a video and wish to share, you could do so by clicking the "ReClip" button in the video page;

- A share button in the video view page helps you share interesting videos, with other selected social networking and bookmarking sites..."

 

 

Try out it here: http://clipulse.com

 

About page: http://clipulse.com/aboutus

 

Read more: http://clipulse.com/faq


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The United States and Israel jointly developed a sophisticated computer virus nicknamed Flame that collected intelligence in preparation for cyber-sabotage aimed at slowing Iran's ability to develop a nuclear weapon, ...
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Talk to Law is a website with a system to solve the problems facing man and his environment by giving advices and presenting periodically selected products/services on/for sale.
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#Montreal’s errant beluga has vanished. Is it good or bad?

#Montreal’s errant beluga has vanished. Is it good or bad? | social networks in todays world | Scoop.it
(The beluga seen in Montreal's Old Port in September and October. Photo: GREMM) The beluga that was living in Montreal’s Old Port this fall hasn’t been seen in three weeks and marine researchers aren’t sure if the animal is still alive.
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The 'Move Over Law' also applies in #Montreal's streets!

The 'Move Over Law' also applies in #Montreal's streets! | social networks in todays world | Scoop.it

"The new article 406.1 of the Code de la sécurité routière in force since August 5 2012, prompts drivers to create a buffer lane by slowing down, then moving away from an emergency vehicle stopped on the road or on the shoulder.This Move Over Law also applies to urban areas and therefore, on Montreal streets."

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New Shipwreck Identification in Key Largo | #scuba #scubadiving

New Shipwreck Identification in Key Largo | #scuba #scubadiving | social networks in todays world | Scoop.it

"Sunken remains of a steamship lying on the Key Largo reef for more than a century now have an official name -- the Hannah M. Bell."

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5 Ways To Promote Pinterest On Facebook Fan Page

5 Ways To Promote Pinterest On Facebook Fan Page | social networks in todays world | Scoop.it

Excerpted from article by Social Media Examiner:

"Establishing a large audience of followers on Pinterest is one of the most important aspects of a successful Pinterest marketing campaign.

Here’s the skinny: Although during the setup process you can choose to link your Pinterest account to your Facebook personal page, there is currently no way to automatically hook up to your Facebook fan page.

 

There’s a way to get Facebook fans to create exposure for you on Pinterest. Here are five ways to use:

 

#1: Get a Pinterest Tab for Your Facebook Fan Page:

The easiest thing to do is just go to Woobox and create a Pinterest tab for your Facebook fan page.

The Pinterest tab allows fans to view all of your boards and even your pins while staying on the Facebook platform.

 

#2: Post Pinterest Links as Updates on Your Facebook Page:

One way to build your follower base is to share the direct link to your Pinterest page as a status update and tell your fans WHY they should follow you on Pinterest.

 

#3: Promote Specific Boards on Your Facebook Page:

I recommend you promote a few different boards throughout the week.

That way, you have the opportunity to showcase your Pinterest account to a wider audience on Facebook, and you can introduce them to the diverse areas of value shared on your Pinterest page.

 

There are two ways you can promote a specific Pinterest board on Facebook.

- Update your status by uploading an image of a pin to Facebook. Add a description and include a link to the board on which that pin is featured.

- Post the link to your Pinterest board as part of a status update. An image of one of your pins on that board will be automatically generated.

 

#4: How to Promote a Particular Pin:

Sometimes the best way to really serve your Facebook community is to highlight the value that you are providing in one particular pin.

This is a great way to get maximum exposure when pinning your own original content. Remember these posts can and will be shared across Facebook by your fans.

The same two strategies apply here, as they do to promote a specific board above. You can either upload the image of the pin as a status update (or include a link in the image description), or you can just include the direct link to the pin in your status area.

 

#5: Promote Your Pinterest Contests on Facebook:

Contests and promotions are becoming all the rage on Pinterest. They are a very effective way to quickly add a lot of new followers and drive a ton of traffic to your site.

A great way to leverage both platforms is to promote your Pinterest contest on your Facebook fan page.

 

Read full article here:

http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/build-a-pinterest-following-with-facebook/


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10 Key Reasons That Make Content Curation Important for Education And Learning

10 Key Reasons That Make Content Curation Important for Education And Learning | social networks in todays world | Scoop.it

Excerpted from long but very interesting article by Master Curator Robin Good:

 

"Content curation will play a major role both in the way we teach and in the way we educate ourselves on any topic. 

This article, builds up over my recent presentation on Content Curation for Education that I delivered at Emerge2012 virtual conference.

In that presentation I claimed that the adoption of "curation approaches" will directly affect the way competences are taught and the value that can be generated for "others" through a personal learning path.

 

In this article I outline ten key factors, already at work, which, among others, will very likely pave the way for a much greater and rapid adoption of curation practices in the educational / academic world.

 

These factors are:

 

1) An Overwhelming Abundance of Information Which Begs To Be Organized:

New digital literacy skills are of such great importance. They provide the mental tools for individuals to be able to evaluate, assess, filter and organize information in more effective ways than they have done until today.

 

2) A Growing Number of "Open" and Freely Accessible Teaching/Learning Content Hubs:

Learners will soon need some guidance in selecting the most appropriate course, instructor, approach and institution to achieve their goals most effectively.

 

3) From a Static, Unchanging World of Information To a Constantly Changing One:

a) Some of us dedicate their efforts to find, identify, monitor and update which are the most relevant "information sources", hubs or curators in every possible area of interest.

b) We equip our youth and ourselves with appropriate mental tools to be able to carry out such tasks.

 

4) Real-World Information Is Not Held Inside Silos Like Academic Institutions Pretend:

Curation fits in as a more appropriate approach to learning and to prepare for real-world work challenges, by allowing learners to construct meaning by having to research and to understand and to create new relationships between different information-elements.

 

5) Fast-Food Information Consumption In Rapid Decline - Curation Is the New Search:

Google has lost its "mojo". Search results have become increasingly unsatisfactory as they are often polluted by irrelevant, commercially-driven results or by large brands which Google likes to favor over small, independent and - hard to verify - information sources.

Researchers, educators and guides prefer to refer to trusted "curators" of specific information areas rather than to rely on Google-style secret and commercially-driven algorithms.

 

6) The Job Market is Rapidly Changing:

Outside of traditional "professionals" as doctors and engineers, companies recruiting new people are looking more for "skills and experience" than for degrees and certificates.

Today, the job marketplace requires people who can "think". People who can come up with creative solutions to unexpected problems...

Content curation offers a practical and immediately usable approach to help new learners train themselves in developing such very skills.

 

7) Alternative Certification Systems Are Emerging: Open Badges:

Here a few simple ideas.

Move from teaching and certifying to:

a) curating talent - breed new talent by providing motivated learners with the ideal conditions to study, research and develop new ideas.

 

b) curating educational resources for a specific area of interest / language / region / by creating and maintaining highly qualified "learning paths", and providing assistance, specialized training and resources, to those in specific need of it.

 

c) curating human guides, training future curators - by cultivating and supporting the development of skilled information-guides and coaches that possess the skills of a curator and those of a great story-teller.

 

8) Teachers and Professors Can Now Curate Their Own Textbooks:

Academic and independent teaching curators will design new textbook and teaching curriculums / learning paths. They will do so by selecting and pulling together the best and most relevant material in a variety of formats and configurations to satisfy the needs of many different "audiences".

These individuals will create also great collections of exercises, case studies, real-world examples, people's profiles and toolkits to further facilitate the exploration and learning of such topics.

 

9) Educational Marketplace Open to Thousands of Competitors:

There are now tens of learning marketplaces and platforms that allow anyone to offer and sell courses online. From WiziQ to Udemy the number of alternative services making it possible for anyone to deliver a "professional" course is rapidly increasing.

Today, anyone can become both a "resource", a supplier of content as well as a curator / editor / publisher of new curated content resources such as book collections, expert guides, curated and annotated lists of resources, examples, or templates galleries.

 

10) Growing Demand for Trusted Guidance Over Learning Content and Curricula:

Traditional academic institutions may indeed become trusted curators and guides to the greater universe of information out there, while specializing their efforts for a set of specific areas, needs and communities of interests.

With such abundance and variety (in quality) of educational materials, learners will soon express a growing demand for trusted guides to help them in selecting quality learning guides, sources, hubs and more than anything, curated learning paths and toolkits to explore and learn deeper about a specific topic.

This is where the opportunity for both sides lies."

 

 

Each factor is analyzed with more information, examples and external links. Read full, long and interesting article here:

http://www.masternewmedia.org/curation-for-education-and-learning/


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Aericon | Igniting support for your cause with viral philanthropy

Aericon | Igniting support for your cause with viral philanthropy | social networks in todays world | Scoop.it
When coupled with passion, sympathy has created an entirely new and massive space for viral philanthropy which represents enormous potential for causes.
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Curation Techniques, Types And Tips

Curation Techniques, Types And Tips | social networks in todays world | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Steve Buttry, who has already written several articles on content curation (see the end of his original article), just published this in-depth essay celebrating the launch of a new curation team at Digital First Media and pointing to many of the critical factors neeeded for a content / news curator to be effective.

 

He covers a lot ground while giving a particular emphasis to the importance of linking and attribution. He writes: "Where you can’t learn much about the source of content you’re curating, consider crowdsourcing the question: Note the name and organization, tell readers what you’ve found and that you’re continuing research and ask them what they know about the source.

 

Where the source of online content is unclear, you should be clear about what you know and where you found the material."

 

and...

 

"Sometimes the name of a person or organization is not sufficient attribution.

 

If the person or organization is not well-known, do a little research (Google will provide quick answers in many cases; sometimes an “about us” page will help).

 

Especially in political content, you want to note whether you are linking to partisan sources. A liberal or conservative think tank or political action committee is an entirely different kind of source from a professional media outlet or an independent fact-checking site."

 

Steve Buttry also includes some valuable key guidelines on "how to add value" when curating content and suggests several types of curation approaches that can be used in the newsroom.

 

Good advice on curation and practical tips. 8/10

 

Full article: http://stevebuttry.wordpress.com/2012/07/19/curation-techniques-types-and-tips/

 

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Giuseppe Mauriello's comment, July 20, 2012 2:43 PM
Hi Robin,
in this period I am busy, and I have no time to discover news and curate my topic.
Thank you so much for your great curation!
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Discover, Curate And Deliver Personalized Soccer Content With KYCK

Discover, Curate And Deliver Personalized Soccer Content With KYCK | social networks in todays world | Scoop.it

From official website:

"KYCK is a digital media platform that discovers, curates, and delivers personalized and highly relevant soccer content to our users.

 

Here are some key features:

TOP KYCKS: Hand selected content (sort of) that's based off of all your favorites. My Events: Follow the matches you care about. Because we care about your experience. Never miss a goal, reaction, or a chance to offer your commentary again. My Teams & Players: Select your favorite teams or players and stay up to date on the most exceptional news and information. My Profile: Tell us how great you are, show us how good you look, and share your favorite teams and players. My Feed: Filled with the information from your friends, old and new, along with your teams, players, and favorite accounts...all in real time.

 

 

From review on Mashable:

"With Euro 2012‘s knockout stage underway, there are a number of ways to follow the action — Twitter, TV, online news, or one of the social sports apps that have been proliferating over the past several months.

 

Kyck lets you follow and be followed by other users and get content delivered based on the teams and players you support. Following users means their posts — whether photos, comments on live matches or takes on club or international squads — are delivered to a stream that resembles something of a cross between Twitter and Tumblr feeds.

 

You can tag your own posts by player or team so that they’re filtered into specific conversations. A Top Kycks section, meanwhile, delivers content the app’s algorithm deems most relevant to you for quick browsing according to the favorites you list in your profile.

 

The app is still in private beta."

 

Check out it and request an invite here: http://kyck.com

 

Read article on Mashable: https://mashable.com/2012/06/21/kyck

 

Watch KYCK demo video: http://youtu.be/mMNgQFYqzVs

 


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Content Curation Platform Scoop.it Introduces New Dashboard Visualizing the Interest Graph

Excerpted from article on Scoop.it's Blog:

"Our vision at Scoop.it has always been that the answer to that resided in the Interest Graph. The social graph is not enough to filter our interests: just because we’re connected or friends doesn’t mean you share my interests for online gaming, freeride skiing or astronomy. And these interests – we’ve learned – are very long tail: just on Scoop.it, hundreds of thousands of topics have been created by our users since we launched. There is no way to curate the curators in an absolute sense.

 

Instantly creating a dynamic feed of all of the most recent posts on the topics you follow as well as topics within many different categories of interest, the new Visual Dashboard brings discovery and inspiration to a whole new level.

 

Discovery and Curation are two sides of the same (content) coin.

In the new dashboard, you’ll be able to rescoop on the fly any content worth sharing to your audience while easily adding your own context from the now-classic Scoop.it publishing pop-up..."

 

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaQRrXP4BAg

 

Read full original article here: 

http://blog.scoop.it/en/2012/07/07/visualizing-the-interest-graph/


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lelapin's comment, July 10, 2012 7:25 AM
I'm still in the process of figuring it all out; it'll take me a little while to adjust but I'm getting there.
Robin Good's comment, July 12, 2012 8:23 AM
There's an interesting discussion going on this new interface here: http://www.scoop.it/t/curation-revolution/p/2151901287/likes-dislikes-about-new-scoop-it-ui - Maybe you have something you want to say on this too. :-)
Giuseppe Mauriello's comment, July 12, 2012 3:15 PM
Hi Robin,
thank you for your invitation! Much appreciated! :-)
Sorry for delay about my answer, but I am very busy in the last period.
I am going to check about it!
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London Olympics to be the First Social Olympics - Daily Deal Media

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London Olympics to be the First Social OlympicsDaily Deal MediaToday the two social networks have 140 million and 900 million users ...
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Green Design It - an Austin, Texas Web Design Firm

Green Design It - an Austin, Texas Web Design Firm | social networks in todays world | Scoop.it
Austin, Texas Web design - Green and Socially Responsible Websites to Build your Business. (Social networking sites. Inexpensive web sites - fast!
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Why Enterprise Social Media Firms Are Being Gobbled Up

Why Enterprise Social Media Firms Are Being Gobbled Up | social networks in todays world | Scoop.it
For a handful of enterprise social media firms, 2012 has been a version of 1999.
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