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How to Create Outstanding Social Media Pages [Infographic]

How to Create Outstanding Social Media Pages [Infographic] | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it

Each and every social network is different and need to be used in different ways, at different times, promoted differently, etc.


This infographic contains guidelines on how to create optimized social media pages for Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ and Linkedin.


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These are for making your social media pages stand out from the crowd.

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Alexander Abramov's curator insight, November 16, 2013 7:36 PM

This infographic contains guidelines on how to create optimized social media pages for Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ and Linkedin.

Jim Doyle's curator insight, December 5, 2013 10:10 PM

How to Create Outstanding Social Media Pages [Infographic]

Stéphane Hardel's curator insight, December 15, 2013 3:10 AM

Très social media ce matin ... D'ailleurs comment on fait pour bien les utiliser ? Hein ?

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Tips and Tricks to Understanding Google-Interactive Infographic

Tips and Tricks to Understanding Google-Interactive Infographic | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it

Do you wan to “master the art of Googling”? Check out this interactive infographic that provides 20 search tips to help you get your “PhD” in Googling.


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Google's patent application shows how its rankings (try to) favor larger incumbent original news publishers

Google's patent application shows how its rankings (try to) favor larger incumbent original news publishers | Technological Sparks | Scoop.it

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The first three metrics refer to “the number of articles produced … during a given time period, an average length of an article [and] the importance of coverage from the news source.” These favor large publishers, but they select for originality and focus as well. 

 

Google is actually “counting the number of original sentences”

[...] The “breaking news score” is a metric of how quickly a publisher jumps on a story.

[...] The next three factors, usage patterns, human opinion and circulation statistics, are different ways of assessing popularity.

 

[...] In a further nod to “legacy media,” metrics eight and nine measure the number of individual bylines associated with a news source as well as the number of news bureaus. Unclear how much this will affect head counts at large publishers.

What do you think?

 

[...]

 


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Did you ever wonder how Google decides who to put at the top of the list? Here is a bit of insight about that.

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Therese Torris's curator insight, April 23, 2013 8:54 AM

These conclusions are more straightforward thant the original Monday Note on the topic which concluded : "A closer look at Google’s patent for its news retrieval algorithm reveals a greater than expected emphasis on quality over quantity."

direct link to the February 24 Monday Note on this topic by Frederic Filloux from Les Echos

http://www.mondaynote.com/2013/02/24/google-news-the-secret-sauce/