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Philippe Scheimann

B.L. Ochman's blog: Some Social Media Search Tools I Like: I'll show you mine if you show me yours. - 34 views

  • Some Social Media Search Tools I Like: I'll show you mine if you show me yours.
  • Here are some of the tools and apps I like for social media search. Got others? Twitseek: enter a URL, hashtag or keyword and it finds Tweets related to tracks #hastags and also trends each one and shows you most popular ones Poll Everywhere lets you poll by SMS, social or the Web in real-time. It replaces clunky audience response hardware at events and lets people use their phones to respond. Kikin kills me! It augments Google searches with relevant information from my social media contacts. So, if I'm shopping, I can get opinions, prices, see reviews and more, without ever leaving the product page. There's a good review on Techcrunch. Tweetscan social search tool that updates every second and will send you emails when your keywords are mentioned, or let you back up your social stream, which social purges regularly Twitscoop searches and tracks search terms, can create a graph of results if there's enough data. It'll show the trend for your keyword activity/popularity Tweepsearch social profile and bio search by keywords Twitstat searches and also shows search trends social Search (formerly Summize) issocial's own search engine, and the advanced version is very robust Backtweets : enter a URL and it finds Tweets that linked to it. Mr. Tweet recommends people to follow, communities to join, communities your friends and followers are in, and hot topics in communities. Tweetmi displays the most active socialers and top stories from the people you follow. So it's a personalized aggregation of your feed, displaying the the real-time conversation. One Riot is a real-time search engine that crawls the links people share on social, Digg and other social sharing services, matches them to trending topics on social or ones you search. Collecta does a real-time meta search on topics you choose, and, unlike most other search tools, saves your searches for future use.
    good list of social media search tools
    finding your way in social media
Steve Ransom

Why should brands bother with Twitter? This table says why - 10 views

    Compares online activity of Twitter users vs. non-Twitter users... in essence, inferring that Twitter users are much more active Twitterly online overall, not only on Twitter.
Lisa Stevens

Classroom 2.0 Convention in the UK? - 141 views

I'll lurk on FM - pop past the webcam and wave ;o) Lisa xx Joanne Bennett wrote: > Yes ...lets all try and meet up.... say hello to fellow diigo and twitter users. > > > Danny Nicholson wrote: >...

learning teaching web2.0

Anica Petkoska

anicap | Twitter Grader - 0 views

    Twitter Grader : Measure the power and authority of your twitter profile"> twitter, twitter media,twitter web
Steve Ransom

Anti-Social - Mac/OS X Social Networking Block Software - 8 views

    Anti-Social is a neat little productivity application for Macs that turns off the Social parts of the internet. When Anti-Social is running, you're locked away from hundreds of distracting Social media sites, including Facebook, Social and other sites you specify. With Anti-Social, you'll be amazed how much work you get done when you turn off your friends.
Dennis OConnor

John Quincy Adams, Twitterer? - - 0 views

  • They may be two centuries old, but, written with staccato-like brevity, entries from one of Adams’s diaries resemble tweets sufficiently that they began appearing Wednesday on Twitter.
  • The diary, which Adams maintained until April 1836, is a rarity among the many he kept, in that the description for each day is no more than one line long. Historians believe he used the descriptions as references to longer entries in other journals.
  • The posts will link to maps that, using the latitude and longitude coordinates from his entries, pinpoint his progress across the ocean. There will also be links to the longer entries of other Adams diaries, which can be found on the society’s Web site,
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  • Word spread, and the society decided to tweet the entries. They average 110 to 120 characters, below the 140-character limit imposed by Twitter, and there is nary an LOL or BFF among them.
  • The idea appears to be working. As of Wednesday evening, only nine hours after the first entry was Twittered, the post had more than 4,800 followers, and Mr. Dibbell said the number was climbing.
    Clever use of social networking tech. The initial take on social was that it just broadcast mindless sort personal observations. This use turns that idea around. Interesting way to teach a bit of history. What if we started tweeting Basho & Issa, the great Japanese haiku poets? Hmmm sounds like a fun lit project doesn't it?
shell zaldivar

How to Customize Your Twitter to Compliment Your Website 2 | - 0 views

  • Branding your twitter is essential to a successful web presence.  It’s easy to create your own customized twitter page that will compliment your existing website/branding. Here’s how…
    If you already have a website and you want your twitter to match, you should read this tutorial.
shell zaldivar

18 Resources That'll Help You Customize Twitter | - 1 views

    Twitter backgrounds, Twitter patterns/templates, Image editors, Fun Photo editors, color schemers, etc.
Steve Ransom

The Social Network Paradox | TechCrunch - 18 views

  • Instead, there is a new trend happening: We’re not really paying attention to our friends we’re connected to online. Take Twitter, for example. Twitter used to be a great place for many early adopters to talk tech. It wasn’t so long ago that there were few enough people on Twitter that you could read every single tweet in your stream. But as the network began to become more dense, and people found more people they knew and liked on Twitter, they began following hundreds of people, and reading all those tweets became impossible. This is such a fact of life that entire companies are based on the premise that you have too many friends on Facebook and Twitter to really pay attention to what they’re saying.
  • Therein lies the paradox of the social network that no one wants to admit: as the size of the network increases, our ability to be social decreases.
  • As the number of bits, photos and links coming over these networks grew, each of those invisibly began to decrease in worth.
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  • But as the number of friends begins to increase—particularly over that magic Dunbar number of 150—the spell begins to wear off. At this scale, we simply can’t easily keep track of it all. When our number of connections rises above 150 everything becomes simply comments, as real conversations tax our already limited ability to interface with the network.
  • That mythical thing, social connection, doesn’t flow over these networks; information flows over these networks. The only reason the network ever felt meaningful was because, at small scale, the network operated like a community. But that breaks apart at large scale.
  • The thing about all these is that they’re not a shared experience—they are my experiences, which I am sharing with you, but you probably cannot experience with me—my thoughts or fascination with the article I just posted, the feeling of getting on that plane, or the thrill of watching the Sharks tie the game. Perhaps you can compare your notes of your own experience of these things; that’s what most Twitter conversation seems to be, to me, but the experiences are not shared. This differs from a discussion in a community, such as the type that occurs on SB Nation game day threads. The conversation does not center around any one individual’s experience, but rather the collective condition of the community. The conversation is the experience. Each comment is driven with the purpose of evoking and expressing the emotions that the community experiences, and particularly the ones they hold in common.
    Great article.
Martin Burrett

A Social Media Journey - 0 views

    Back in 2011 I was working in the Middle East when a colleague introduced me to Twitter as a tool for professional development and connecting with fellow educators. Prior to this I was aware of Facebook and Twitter, however I considered both as being about nothing more than apps for sharing cute cat videos and status updates. I had a Twitter account for years, however hadn't thought about how it might be a powerful tool to help me become a better educator and provide me with a wealth of new ideas and resources which I previously had not had access to. I had barely used the account beyond the initial setup...

#chirpstory is a tool for creating and sharing stories from twitter using twitter media more!/web20education - 0 views

    #chirpstory is a tool for creating and sharing stories from twitter using twitter media more!/web20education
Ehsan Ullah

Got A New Twitter Follower? Now What? - 0 views

    If you are using Twitter to promote your business or website than do you even notice? What do you do when you get a new Twitter Follower?
Paul Beaufait

Social Media for Teachers: Guides, Resources, and Ideas | Edutopia - 41 views

    "[I]t can be a challenge to incorporate social media into lessons. There are many gray areas for teachers to navigate, like setting guidelines, accessibility at school, and student safety. But to help teachers navigate this ever-changing landscape of social media tools, here are some of the best guides on the web for four popular networks, Facebook, Instagram, social, and Pinterest" (¶2, 2015.02.23).
Ehsan Ullah

How To Unfollow Those Who Don't Follow You Back And Manage Your Twitter Account - 0 views

    I know that there are thousands of Twitter users following thousands of other Twitter members and they hope that they will follow him back, But some of them really follows back but some of them not.
Roland Gesthuizen

5 Reasons Twitter Can't Fail | Twitter Media Sun - 0 views

  • Twitter platform offers unique insights and content you can’t get elsewhere. You don’t have to put much time into it, and it doesn’t change as often as Facebook.
    I predict that either Google or Facebook will develop their own Twitter spin-off, and unless they can replace Twitter with a sleeker version, the bird is going to be nesting for quite some time - here is why.
shell zaldivar

Elements of a Custom Twitter Background - 0 views

  • Twitter Background Components The components of a Twitter background will differ according to the needs and goals of each company’s Twitter media campaign, but the most common elements include:
  • Brand Identity
  • Contact Information
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  • Headsh
  • Company Profile:
  • Call to Actio
  • Special Deals:
    Here you'll find the most common elements of a good twitter background

BLOGGING 2.0 IN EDUCATION in XXI CENTURY: 3 applications for new twitter who change twitter web : hoverme , qwerly and lazyscope - 0 views

    3 applications for new twitter who change twitter web : hoverme , qwerly and lazyscope
Steve Ransom

Strictly business? Personal tweets make profs more "credible" - 10 views

  • At least among the young.
  • The researchers found that older students tended to rate the professors lower in credibility after having viewed their Twitter accounts. These students were also more likely to think it was a bad idea for professors to have Twitter accounts at all, citing the potential for revealing too much personal information and creating an awkward student/teacher relationship.
    students perceive instructors who make social tweets as more credible than instructors who remain strictly business, lending support to the idea that knowing a real human is behind the social stream helps people feel more confident about that person's abilities.
Roland Gesthuizen

RT, MT, HT, via: Giving credit on Twitter | Twitter Media Certificate - 0 views

    Moreso than other social media, social embraces an ethic of sharing credit. In fact, the more you recognize the work of others, the more you are engaging with the socialverse. It began with the simple RT, or retweet. If you liked what someone wrote or posted, you'd copy the tweet in its entirety, add RT along with his or her @name at the beginning, and post to your followers.
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