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How to identify fake accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ - Times of India

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On Twitter and Google+, some well-known individuals and organizations have got their accounts stamped with a "Verified" sign.
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Social Media Referrals: Facebook and Pinterest Leave Google+ in the Dust - Marketing Pilgrim

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Is Google Glass The Future of Teletrauma?

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What’s possible with Google Glass in medicine and how it could be the difference between life and death for patients as the next new tool in teletrauma.

 

It was the story heard ‘round the world; when Dr. Rafael Grossmann became the first surgeon to use Google Glass in the operating room this past June, allowing a group of medical students to virtually view the procedure through his experienced eyes remotely and in real time. It was a monumental moment for medicine, no doubt. But Grossmann, who is a self-proclaimed telehealthpioneer, says that day was only the beginning of what’s possible with the latest gadget.

 

 

Forget the spectacles of yester years. Google’s modern-day eyewear isn’t about correcting your vision but capturing it through the hands-free camera that snaps photos and shoots videos via voice-enabled commands. The device also features a small screen for the user to view and access materials on the Internet. Although, it’s not yet available to the open market, Glass is already getting praise for its virtual view; the camera is at eye level, allowing remote onlookers to see and experience the world much in the way of the user who dons them.

 

So far, Google Glass Explorers trying the device on for size have documented everything from a game of catch with a pleasant pooch to jumping out of an airplane. Other impressive sights captured via the device include a hot air balloon ride and a pilot flying an airplane. Beyond those great heights, however, it’s Grossmann who has taken the first leap into medicine with the device. For him, it wasn’t much of a jump; more like a natural next step for the surgeon, who is now leading the trend in what is becoming known as teletrauma.

 original: http://www.hitconsultant.net/2013/11/11/is-google-glass-the-future-of-teletrauma/
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Google+ Template Guide and Post Tips - SociallyStacked | #TheMarketingAutomationAlert

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► NEW: iNeoMarketing makes content marketing easy with the new Q8 Content. Q8 fills your content pipeline daily with relevant articles that your audience wants to read. Learn more and sign up for the beta program: http://www.Q8content.com.

 

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Dear Girls, your face is not a coloring book. Chill with the make up http://t.co/Z2NHBhpWvn
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How Do You Produce More Interesting Content? [CHART] - Eloqua | #TheMarketingAutomationAlert

How Do You Produce More Interesting Content? [CHART] - Eloqua | #TheMarketingAutomationAlert | Social Media | Scoop.it

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Having a detailed understanding of what your audience is interested in is imperative. The beauty of this imperative is that it doesn’t have to be an expensive research study conducted by a third party.  A simple survey using one of the many inexpensive online tools can be very effective.  Simply engaging directly with your audience at events, through social networks, at customer meetings, etc. also can be very effective.  At the end of the day, consistently engaging with your audience needs to be part of the fabric of your entire marketing organization.

 

Once you know what they want, creating interesting content is easy because your audience already told you they are interested in it! Allowing your audience’s feedback to dictate your corporate marketing objectives isn’t a nice-to-have, it’s a must-have, to deliver on the imperative to create more engaging and compelling content.

 

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CYDigital's curator insight, November 10, 2013 4:58 PM

Surveys are so easy, but reporting and writing is a bit tricky. Here's the downside: a smart survey has to have a smart sample, i.e., a sample that reflects the market. Way too many surveys are conducted without proper sampling, and reflect nothing of importance.