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Cosa è Mention : Tool per monitoring dei social media

Cosa è Mention : Tool per monitoring dei social media | Primeiras impressoes | Scoop.it
Mention : dove e quando si parla di te sui social ? Per ogni azienda ma per anche per ogni blogger è importante sapere dove come e quando si diventa oggetto di un messaggio, piuttosto che di attiva...

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Atendimento chat | CallCenter | SAC | Helpdesk | CHAT | Atendimento por SMS

Atendimento chat | CallCenter | SAC | Helpdesk | CHAT | Atendimento por SMS | Primeiras impressoes | Scoop.it

ALÔWEB | Chat corporativo, Helpdesk / SAC 360graus, Atendimento via SMS. Unifique os canais de atendimento ao cliente de sua empresa.

 

 

O Sistema de Atendimento on line ALOWEB (http://www.aloweb.com.br) permite que você atenda seus clientes diretamente de seu website  sem a necessidade de nenhum plugin instalado.

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The Social Media Economy Map | SMI

The Social Media Economy Map | SMI | Primeiras impressoes | Scoop.it
We've created a map of the Social Media Economy to help navigate us through this new, new Internet economy. We hope you like it as much as we do and share it if you find it useful.

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Para muchos: tener seguidores falsos en Twitter ¿y qué?

Para muchos: tener seguidores falsos en Twitter ¿y qué? | Primeiras impressoes | Scoop.it
Recientemente han salido dos aplicaciones dedicadas a saber que cuentas te siguen en Twitter que resultan ser 'fakes', o sea, falsas. Nosotros ya comentamos una de ellas hace poco aquí.

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The 2 Hottest Educational Social Networks You’re Not Yet Using

The 2 Hottest Educational Social Networks You’re Not Yet Using | Primeiras impressoes | Scoop.it

Companies and startups alike are jumping feet-first into the edtech world, hoping to connect educators like never before. They’re doing this by creating their very own social networks with functionality that rivals Facebook and Twitter. But it all has an educational twist, making it clear that we’re going to keep seeing more and more organizations vying for the valuable attention of teachers, administrators, and students.
There are two new educational social networks that have basically launched this week. Both have already existed for a few months but they’re essentially now open and easier to use, making them actually viable options for everyone.


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How Mobile Tech Is Changing Travel [INFOGRAPHIC]

How Mobile Tech Is Changing Travel [INFOGRAPHIC] | Primeiras impressoes | Scoop.it

For many travelers, skipping town for a bit is also a perfect excuse to get some mental distance from their omnipresent mobile devices. But the desire for digital distance comes with a layer of irony — those mobile devices are increasingly what make travel possible in the first place.

 

People rely more than ever on mobile technology to find and book travel reservations. A slew of stats from the Internet travel giant Expedia show just how much people plan their trips while already on the go.

 

More than 65% of people who book a hotel room within 24 hours of checking in do so from a mobile device, according to Expedia. More than 15% of travelers who book a flight 24 hours or less in advance do so via mobile. Both stats show how smartphones have given new power to the harried, last-minute traveler in recent years. Hotels with ratings between two and three stars are most commonly reserved via mobile devices, indicating that they’re likely the best (or most available) last-minute lodging option.

 

Nine of the top 10 cities for reserving rooms while on the go are in he United States, with Paris as the only outlier. In Las Vegas, a whopping 32% of all bookings are made on mobile devices. Los Angeles and Orlando also top 10%. And when do people use their mobile devices to plan trips? Friday and Saturday are the most popular days, showing again just how valuable smartphones have become for enabling that spontaneous weekend getaway.


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