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Facebook infographic in numbers and letters

A Typo-Infographic about facebook datas, fans, shares, platform and facts about the most talked about social platform.

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Self-Control, Going Off The Grid, Curation: 3 Habits To Manage Your Social Media Footprint

Self-Control, Going Off The Grid, Curation: 3 Habits To Manage Your Social Media Footprint | myscoop_edo | Scoop.it

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1) Use self-control.

2) Get off the grid.

3 Curation.

These three habits will help you manage your social-media footprint and make you more effective, whether you use the medium for work or pleasure. Here's a functional, easy guide to do just that.

 

1. The Self Control app limits your use of email and social media, locking you out of designated sites for pre-determined periods, while still giving you broader online access. If you can't stop trolling Facebook to see if your latest update got liked. And if you suffer from both afflictions, ranting anonymously and surfing in dangerous water, this could put you on a much needed time-out.

 

2. Let's say you're careful about what you post. Very careful. You know about the risks of over-sharing. But, your'e always ready to respond. Always available. That can be exhausting, and exhaustion often leads to irritation, which usually ends with embarrassment.

What to do?

Get off the grid. Knowledge workers should change their always-on mentality and stop answering email after business hours. Why: It improves your mood. Effective workers enjoy what they do.

 

3. The final habit you should employ could be one of the most important of all. Make sense of all the white noise out there. All the voices. How do we filter it all? Turn to curation, a growing, but misunderstood, concept that can save you tremendous amounts of time directing you to what you need to know.

I like a service called spundge (http://www.spundge.com ), which helps me filter search results so they are more effective, saving me a ton of time. When you're searching for specific, nuanced topics, this site gives you results in an easy-to-digest format that spares me from Google readers and extraneous searches. Now I spend that time on what I should be doing: Working. 

 

This habit I can't stress enough, and it's only getting more refined. The next step in curation is personalization.

Personalization is what Facebook mastered from the get-go. Suddenly, each person's online experience was truly personalized. A company called Gravity (http://www.gravity.com ) is moving this concept further. It uses adaptive artificial-intelligence techniques to make news sites more individually relevant..."

 

Read full article here:

http://readwrite.com/2012/10/26/3-habits-to

 


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Andrew McRobert's curator insight, August 19, 2014 8:18 AM

2. Firstly is a site with great tips on managing your footprint on social media. The site then has a link to an article of the opposite of what I’m doing this semester; getting away from technology to ground yourself. I included this because I am aware this is important to be clear minded in all aspects of your life and being more effective in the moment.

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A Path to Community Maturity | Social Media Today

A Path to Community Maturity | Social Media Today | myscoop_edo | Scoop.it
A few of years ago The Community Roundtable debuted our Community Maturity Model (CMM) in the hopes that it would help members of TheCR Network, our advisory clients and, well, everyone advance the business of their communities.

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