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Best Time For Sharing Content [Infographic]

Best Time For Sharing Content [Infographic] | Web Bashing | Scoop.it

Many top marketers experiment with their content sharing approach to find the best time to send posts to Twitter, Facebook, and other social networking sites. You have to try this for your own content to find the right time.


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I download and keep this info-graphic.

I'll let you know if it works.

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Ready Media Solutions's curator insight, December 30, 2013 9:13 AM

Interesting infographic on content sharing! What do find has been your best/worse to share content by device?

Heather Koroll's curator insight, March 19, 2014 9:26 PM

add your insight...

 
Michelle Gilstrap's curator insight, March 24, 2014 12:26 PM

Knowing when to share is always a good idea. Check out this infographic.

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Twitter’s New DM Feature

The Do’s and Don’ts of Twitter’s New DM Feature | Web Bashing | Scoop.it

On October 15th, Twitter released a new feature that gives users the option of receiving direct messages (DMs) from any follower. This means that I could send a direct message to anyone that I follow who doesn’t necessarily follow me back.

 

I decided to test this feature out of curiosity as an active Tweeter (seeing if any of my followers who I don’t follow back would actually DM me) and from a consumer’s standpoint (would businesses send me direct messaging of their services?).It’s been two weeks since the initial release and from what I have experienced so far with this feature, I’ve made a quick guide of how you should go about using the new DM format, AKA the Do’s and Don’ts....


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Rein Hof's curator insight, November 10, 2013 4:47 AM

Kende je deze mogelijkheid in Twitter al? Altijd handig om even te lezen wat de nieuwe opties betekenen voor je.. 

Barbara Chambers's curator insight, November 10, 2013 8:02 PM

Great information.

Chris Agro's curator insight, November 11, 2013 9:44 AM

A new way to make first contact with prospects. I will be interesting to see how this DM service pans out.

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Arrow Season 2 Promo 'You Better Pray' (HD)

Arrow Season 2 Promo 'You Better Pray' (HD). The battle was lost but The Hood still fights! Arrow Season 2 premieres October 9, 2013 on The CW! Official webs...
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Migrating from Microsoft Office to Google Apps: 3 Critical Differences | Backupify

Migrating from Microsoft Office to Google Apps: 3 Critical Differences | Backupify | Web Bashing | Scoop.it
Making the move to the cloud can greatly help your business but in many instances, Google Apps is not a replacement for Microsoft Office

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It's difficult enough just being on either of these. Moving is a science Do I want to, or have to move my shit, is the question. I'm pretty sucked up into the cloud as is.

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Infographic: The Blogconomy and Blogging Stats

Infographic: The Blogconomy and Blogging Stats | Web Bashing | Scoop.it
This infographic has some interesting data and statistics regarding blogging. For example, 61% of US consumers have made a purchase based on a blog post.See the graphic for more..
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7 Infographics: Kickstarter Facts, Figures & Statistics

7 Infographics:  Kickstarter Facts, Figures & Statistics | Web Bashing | Scoop.it

Crowdfunding is on the rise, and Kickstarter is leading the pack. Not only is the trend increasing but, it I’ve noticed that the word “kickstart” has replaced some of the actual terms used when referring to other areas of crowdfunding.

 

Kickstarter Stats:

over 5 million daily visitors3700 ongoing projects funded$18 Million of fundingMultiple projects cross the $1 million thresholdFilm and Video, Games, Music, and Technology are the largest Categories
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Iron Dane Richards's comment, September 23, 2013 8:19 AM
In my latest book on business credit it discusses the value of crowd-funding and Indigogo as they will fund anything unlike Kickstarter that specializes in Media oriented endeavors.
Martin (Marty) Smith's comment, September 23, 2013 10:21 AM
Good insight from Iron Dane Richards. Easier to create a sure takeaway from Indigogo too since they will let campaigns increase the house take and walk away with something where Kickstarter is all or nothing. Either the campaign meets its goals or it gets nothing. 42% of the campaigns on Kickstarter meet their goals and most campaigns are funded at $10,000 or below.
Brett.Ashley.Crawford's curator insight, October 28, 2013 12:18 PM

Nonprofits are also looking to crowdfunding -- but it has a dark underbelly as well.

 

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The Weirdest-Looking Time Machines in All Science Fiction

The Weirdest-Looking Time Machines in All Science Fiction | Web Bashing | Scoop.it
“If you're going to travel through time, you've got to do it in style. Here are some of the most eye-poppingly great time machine designs from pop culture history.”
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Will McIntosh on How to Date in the Future

Will McIntosh on How to Date in the Future | Web Bashing | Scoop.it
“ Will McIntosh's novel "Love Minus Eighty" started as a short story called "Bridesicle," which won the 2010 Hugo Award for Best Short Story.” In this future, questionable suitors revive legally dead women in cryogenic dating centers and offer to save them from death--if they're willing to get hitched. Suddenly, "'til death do us part" doesn't sound very effective. McIntosh has certainly pondered how today's already bizarre dating rituals can easily turn more alien in just a few centuries. Here, he shares seven futuristic dating rules from classic and new sci-fi novels. So you’re single, and for some reason you suddenly find yourself in the future. Usually a) you were cryogenically frozen, b) you stumbled into a time machine or c) you have become immortal. How are you going to find your soul mate? You don't know the first thing about dating in the future. Don't worry--science fiction writers are on the case, providing you with dating etiquette guidelines regardless of whether you've been cast forward a few decades or a few millennia. Let's begin in the near future. 1. Super Sad True Love Story by Gary Shteyngart Rule #1: You won't have to guess whether people think you're hot or not A few decades from now, when you walk into a bar, everyone will indicate how attractive (or unattractive) they find you on a virtual scoreboard--whether you want them to or not. At least, that's how Gary Shteyngart envisions dating in "Super Sad True Love Story."You'll be judged not only by your looks (hint: try to look young), but also on whether you're keeping up with the breakneck pace of fashion (if you're a woman, you'll need to pick up some transparent undergarments), and by your credit score, which hovers over your head in flashing red numbers. Being adept at navigating the Internet of the future--and using it to draw attention to yourself--won't hurt, either. Love Minus Eighty By Will McIntosh Rule #2: Find someone you can love until you die, or vice versa Jump ahead a half-century, to my novel "Love Minus Eighty." If you got there via cryogenics and you're an attractive woman, you may find yourself in a cryogenic dating farm, where meeting the right (i.e., rich) man is your only chance to be unfrozen and be given a second chance at life. If you're there under less dire and depressing circumstances, you should be aware that not many people find love "in the wild" anymore. Now, you meet people through dating services. If you need help, you can employ a professional dating coach who will stay with you every step of the way, from creating your online profile to feeding you witty or provocative lines via a private link while you're on your date. Time Enough for Love By Robert A. Heinlein Rule #3: Why buy when you can lease? In the future according to Robert A. Heinlein's "Time Enough for Love," you'll be able to, well, put a time limit on your love. The notion of limited-term marriage contracts is a robust one in science fiction, but no one explored it more thoroughly than Heinlein. You can get married for a year. At that point, if things aren't working out, no problem; you've fulfilled the terms of the contract. If you and your partner are still in love after the year is up, you can go down to the Justice of the Peace and renew your contract for another year--or, if you're feeling really confident, you can take the plunge and make a five-year commitment. If you're going to find love in the future, you're going to have to open your mind to a broader range of possible partners. In "Time Enough for Love," that pertains not to the qualities of your partner, but the number. Heinlein foresees a future where polyamory--that is, having more than one intimate relationship at a time with everyone's consent--is the rule rather than the exception. Here, relationships are formed in groups of six, with three men and three women entering a committed partnership. And you thought romantic relationships were complicated now. But we're just getting warmed up... The Dispossessed Ursula K. Le Guin Rule #4: Pay close attention to your partner's cycles In Ursula K. Le Guin's "The Dispossessed," there is a planet where people are neither men nor women… except once a month, when they can become either men or women. I did mention dating would get complicated in the future, didn't I? Trouble on Triton By Samuel R. Delany Rule #5: To find the right person, you may have to change "But wait," you say, "this doesn't seem fair. Why can't I be one sex or the other?" You can, in Samuel R. Delaney's version of the future in "Trouble on Triton." On Triton, all things are possible: You can be a man or a woman, straight or gay. While this may broaden your dating pool substantially, it may not lead you to a blissful relationship, because being anyone you want can get really complicated. The Silver Metal Lover By Tanith Lee Rule #6: If you can’t find someone to love, make someone to love Maybe it would be simpler to just manufacture your perfect partner, thus dispensing with the whole messy problem of seeking out someone compatible. If you find yourself in Tanith Lee’s "The Silver Metal Lover," consider taking a chance on an android. In her future, artificial beings have become advanced enough that it's possible to love them and to be loved by them. Lilith's Brood By Octavia E. Butler Rule #7: Consider dating outside your species Your final option is to find a nice alien. There are just a few dateable aliens to choose from in the annals of science fiction. I've selected the Oankali from Octavia E. Butler's trilogy "Lilith's Brood." So there you have it--you're ready to date in the future. The rules and rituals will be complicated. You'll have many difficult decisions to make. With all of these disparate visions of future dating, one familiar touchstone remains constant: It's all about love. It may be love for a machine, or for five people at once, and you may need see-through underwear and a dating coach. But if sci-fi novels are any good at predicting the future, romantic love will still be the ultimate gauge of successful dating. Will McIntosh is a Hugo Award winner and Nebula finalist whose short stories have appeared in Asimov's (where he won the 2010 Reader's Award for short story), Strange Horizons, Interzone and Science Fiction and Fantasy: Best of the Year, among others. His first novel, "Soft Apocalypse," was released in 2011 from Night Shade Books, and his second novel, "Hitchers," was released in February 2012.
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Several Easy Changes You Can Make To Zombie Proof Your Home

Several Easy Changes You Can Make To Zombie Proof Your Home | Web Bashing | Scoop.it

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Safety and Security of a WordPress Blog an Infographic /@BerriePelser

Safety and Security of a WordPress Blog an Infographic /@BerriePelser | Web Bashing | Scoop.it
“ Safety and Security of a WordPress Blog an Infographic source: wptemplate WordPress is one of the”
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Content Curation Guide for SEO

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Social Network Path Updating iOS App with Private Sharing, 'Inner ...

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Social network Path has announced a significant update to its iOS app, bringing new features such as private sharing to specific contacts, a new...
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HubSpot | All-in-one Inbound Marketing Software

HubSpot | All-in-one Inbound Marketing Software | Web Bashing | Scoop.it
HubSpot is an inbound marketing software platform that helps companies attract visitors, convert leads, and close customers.
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Pinterest, Getty Images Sign Deal to Bring More Detailed Info to Pins

Pinterest, Getty Images Sign Deal to Bring More Detailed Info to Pins | Web Bashing | Scoop.it
Pinterest on Friday announced a new deal with Getty Images that will bring more more detailed information to the photos users pin on the site.
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I'm slowly getting into Pinterest. Liking it more and more though not truly getting it. What this means I can't tell. It's probably good. Ha Ha

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95 top-class typography tutorials

95 top-class typography tutorials | Web Bashing | Scoop.it

Whatever your discipline, typography is an essential part of design, and you can never stop learning about it or improving your typography skills. To help you out, we've gathered together the most amazing typography tutorials from around the web.

 

Learn how to design a headline typeface, create isometric 3D lettering, smelt your favourite font and much more. You're bound to find something that can help you raise your type skills to the next level...

 

 


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Chris Lott's curator insight, October 6, 2013 1:38 AM

A well-curated set of tutorials with a little something for everyone, from type basics and classifications to advanced type effects.

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Klout Quietly Launches Cinch, a Companion Q&A App

Klout Quietly Launches Cinch, a Companion Q&A App | Web Bashing | Scoop.it

Klout really wants to make you care about your online influence.

 

That’s in part why the company has, with little fanfare, pushed out Cinch, an iOS application that pairs questions asked by users with other “experts” on certain topics, based on their amount of knowledge of the area in question.

 

The idea is basically leveraging the value of Klout’s flagship product, which purports to rank people in terms of their influence in certain areas. I, for instance, tweet a whole bunch about Facebook and Twitter as companies, so it would make sense for a product like Cinch to pair a person’s Facebook-related questions with my answers....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, September 22, 2013 7:59 PM

 Quora-like iOS app launch for the social-influence startup Cinch. Keep an eye on it for relevance in finding experts.

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The How-To Guide to Responsive Email Design [Infographic]

The How-To Guide to Responsive Email Design [Infographic] | Web Bashing | Scoop.it
Responsive email design has been growing steadily in popularity, and it’s no surprise as to why: 47% of email opens are on a mobile device, and some brands see upwards of 70%. These brands turn to responsive design techniques to create better experiences for their subscribers, and in many cases, increase their click and engagement rates.This infographic is a how-to guide showing what is possible with responsive email design and how to implement these concepts successfully.
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Sindbad Sci-Fi

Sindbad Sci-Fi | Web Bashing | Scoop.it
Reimagining Arab Science Fiction (RT @saladinahmed: London folks, check out "From Sindbad to Sci-Fi," hosted by @MaterialWorld. Looks fascinating!
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“Criteria of Negro Art (the Blaxis edition)” By W.E.B. Du Bois

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The concept of the Blaxis is not new… It is built on the foundation of those who came before us.
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Today's Best Science Fiction Writers Imagine How Life Will Be

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“ Science fiction writers explain how life will be in the future.”
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Shaping your brand’s image on Pinterest and Get More Pins – an infographic /@BerriePelser

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“ Shaping your brand’s image on Pinterest – an infographic 14 Ways to Get More Pins”
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The 80 Rules Of Social Media an infographic /@BerriePelser

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“ The 80 Rules Of Social Media an infographic So you want to get good at”
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Cher Is Ready To Share Her Wisdom As A Mentor On The Voice ...

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Oh, how sweet it must be for The Voice to say, "I've Got You, Babe," to Cher once again! NBC has just confirmed that the Dark Lady will return to The Voice, this time as a mentor for their upcoming season, joining the ranks of ...
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