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10 Grammar Mistakes that Can Keep Your Content from Spreading | Copyblogger

10 Grammar Mistakes that Can Keep Your Content from Spreading | Copyblogger | Teaching Online Learning | Scoop.it
The more your readers understand and respect your content, the more likely they'll be to share it.
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9 Tips for Running Successful Facebook Contests

9 Tips for Running Successful Facebook Contests | Teaching Online Learning | Scoop.it
Facebook Contests: Learn how to run a successful Facebook contest aimed at your target audience and gain information about your customers.
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How to Increase Your Search Rank Using Social Media

How to Increase Your Search Rank Using Social Media | Teaching Online Learning | Scoop.it

From The Article: "The rules of search have changed. In fact, they change on a daily basis. But never so dramatically has rank been uprooted since the explosion of social media. Social media sites, especially the power houses of Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, have become backlink central for affecting organic search results.

 

Social media’s influence on driving business via the web is expected to surpass search engine optimization (SEO) in 2013, according to eMarketer. Web marketers and PR professionals must pay attention to how social media affects search, and ultimately how it can change the rules of online visibility and (online) brand engagement.

 

How can you use social media to increase your SEO rank and ensure that the rank and ensuing traffic will convert to web business"?

 

Full Article Here: http://mashable.com/2012/08/22/search-rank-social-media/


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Books Worth Reading | 21st Century Information Fluency

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13 Content Curation Sites for Bloggers... and content providers Simple infographic style! (13 Content Curation Sites for Bloggers... and content providers Simple infographic style!

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Free Ebook: How to Attract Customers with Facebook

Free Ebook: How to Attract Customers with Facebook | Teaching Online Learning | Scoop.it
Download @HubSpot's free ebook to learn how to generate leads and customers with Facebook.
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5 Ways to Avoid Oversharing on Social Media

5 Ways to Avoid Oversharing on Social Media | Teaching Online Learning | Scoop.it

Oversharing online can end badly, especially for teens. Here are five ways to protect yourself and avoid doing that. [...] 

In this always-on digital society, people, particularly younger generations, tend to share more than they should. In fact, in its “State of the Net” report, Consumer Reports found that 52% of social network users post risky information online. McAfee also reported that only 20% of teens use privacy settings to ensure content is only viewable by friends. [...]

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Developing Online Learning Communities - Consider This!

Developing Online Learning Communities - Consider This! | Teaching Online Learning | Scoop.it

"As more and more districts, give in and extend at least a little rope when it comes to the creation and participation of online learning communities more and more educators will need to understand how to develop a successful online learning community. In her recent interview for the  USDOE-supported Connected Educators site, Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach author of The Connected Educator explains how to develop effective online learning communities."


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