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Glossary Of Facebook Ad Terms

Glossary Of Facebook Ad Terms | University management | Scoop.it
This quick and handy glossary of Facebook ad terms will be useful to anyone interested in advertising on Facebook. All Facebook ad terms explained.
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20 of the best productivity apps of 2013

20 of the best productivity apps of 2013 | University management | Scoop.it
2013 was a great year for productivity. The email problem hasn’t been completely solved, but apps like Mailbox and Dispatch have taken away much of the pain of the task. Meanwhile, ...

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'Hyperdata,' 'growth hacker,' & other awful buzzwords that will rule in 2014

'Hyperdata,' 'growth hacker,' & other awful buzzwords that will rule in 2014 | University management | Scoop.it
After scanning recent news releases, and consulting our followers on Twitter, here are the buzz words we expect to take off in 2014.

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Ultimate Google plus backlinking cheat sheet | RankWise

Ultimate Google plus backlinking cheat sheet | RankWise | University management | Scoop.it

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How do ants know what to do? Deborah Gordon on TED.com | TED Blog

How do ants know what to do? Deborah Gordon on TED.com | TED Blog | University management | Scoop.it
Armed with a few students, a backhoe and a handful of markers, Deborah Gordon digs up ant colonies in the Arizona desert. She asks: How do these chitinous creatures get down to business -- and even multitask when they need to -- with no language, memory or visible leadership? Her answers could lead ...
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The Power of Critical Thinking(lll) - GhanaWeb

The Power of Critical Thinking(lll) GhanaWeb That is, his critique of the so-called “banking model of education,” a foundational philosophy of Eurocentric pedagogy, frees “studentship” from the hegemonic endometrium of cranial emptiness as well as...
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7 Simple Rules To Follow On Twitter

7 Simple Rules To Follow On Twitter | University management | Scoop.it
A short Twitter Guide - follow these 7 simple rules to regain control over your Twitter account, post better content and build stronger connections.

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Some useful tips that are often ignored ... thanks for this. 

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History of Hashtags Infographic

History of Hashtags Infographic | University management | Scoop.it
The history of hashtags is short but very eventful. They've spread across all social media platforms to become a mainstream tool of marketing communication.

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Is Generation C the Key to Understanding Social Media Influence?

Is Generation C the Key to Understanding Social Media Influence? | University management | Scoop.it
Social media influence is built on relationships. In a brilliant case study, Mark Schaefer shows how the influence depends on the quality of relationships.

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Three Essential Facts About Feelings -

Three Essential Facts About Feelings - | University management | Scoop.it
This brief video illustrates three essential facts about feelings -- that will help everyone gain insight and energy to live and lead.
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Successful People Start Before They Feel Ready

Successful People Start Before They Feel Ready | University management | Scoop.it
Original article: Start Before You Feel Ready

In 1966, a dyslexic sixteen–year–old boy dropped out of school.

With the help of a friend, he started a magazine for students and made money by selling advertisements to local businesses. With only a little bit of money to get started, he ran the o...
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Humanism and Religious Fundamentalism: Great Humanist Quotes

This video is both an advocacy of the life philosophy of humanism and a criticism of religious fundamentalism. But with this comes a risk: the perception tha...
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