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using New and Emerging Technologies to enhance Learning Provider's "current Practice" - John is a retired eLearning Adviser, but keeping up to date, and all views are his own
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Free Broken Link Checker / Online URL Validator - finds dead / bad weblinks

Free Broken Link Checker / Online URL Validator - finds dead / bad weblinks | technologies | Scoop.it
Free Broken Link Checker / Online HTML Validator - find dead hyperlinks
John Dalziel's insight:

A "must take a closer look" for web designers and learning providers.
Why?
Because Dead hyperlinks on websites are not just annoying – their existence may cause some real damage to your reputation on the Internet!
As a result, learning providers, and/or others, may:
   - Lose some of the user base (current users sooner or later will get frustrated enough to never come back)
   - Get problems with getting new learners/clients (because of the dead weblinks people simply won't be finding things/pages they are looking for).
   - Damage your reputation online (most of online customers consider stale hyperlinks as demonstration of no respect to them from the web presence's owners)
   - Have negative impact on your website's ratings with major Search Engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing etc

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Lynnette Van Dyke's curator insight, November 6, 2014 6:48 AM

what a great tool....

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How to Create in 9 Steps Your Personal Branding Strategy

How to Create in 9 Steps Your Personal Branding Strategy | technologies | Scoop.it
I think personal branding in a transparent environment is important, it sets you apart from the rest and depending on how you brand yourself.
John Dalziel's insight:

eReputation is one thing learners are not fully aware of and, as practitioners, it's important we raise their awareness. 

This post provides resources that can be used to improve the eReputation of  our learners.

NOTE: They must not forget the damage friends can cause, especially via SocialMedia.

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Natalia Kingue's curator insight, May 13, 2013 4:35 PM

Empecemos por gestionar la marca más importante, nosotros mismos.

T's curator insight, May 11, 11:45 AM

The positives would be, the pictures, it was easy to follow, and the steps were clearly layer out. The negative would be, the Infograph seems more focused on the pictures themselves than the explanation.

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Five tools to monitor and manage your online reputation | TechRepublic

Five tools to monitor and manage your online reputation | TechRepublic | technologies | Scoop.it

Many Learning providers, and their learners, conduct business online, and/or they have an online presence for advertising, etc., and as a result they need to manage how the millions upon millions of online users perceive them.

 

It takes only a few bad comments, posts, or blogs to ruin the reputation learning providers and/or learners have spent years building.

 

These tools can be used to help manage eReputations. They require some work to really make the most of what they offer. And most of them aren’t just one-time usage tools — users actually have to spend time with them.

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Real Time Search - Social Mention

Real Time Search - Social Mention | technologies | Scoop.it
Social Mention is a social media search engine that searches user-generated content such as blogs, comments, bookmarks, events, news, videos, and microblogging services.
John Dalziel's insight:

Social Mention is a free tool where users enter keywords in the search bar and see all the mentions that keyword gets across social media.

Similar to Google Alerts, but it focuses on social media – a great tool.

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How to Use Social Media in Ranking up your Name Higher in Search Engine [Infographic]

How to Use Social Media in Ranking up your Name Higher in Search Engine [Infographic] | technologies | Scoop.it

"If you are an individual and if you are looking forward to rank up your name higher in Search Engine then you should consider the following infographic which will provide you an useful insights on getting you a bigger name and popularity with respect to branding." @kenmorrison30

 

Prepare learners for the real world - do they know about their eReputation?


Via Ken Morrison
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Louise Robinson-Lay's curator insight, February 6, 2013 6:14 AM

This would be great for teaching about digital identity.