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Okay, I admit it. I'm addicted to Twitter. But this infographic made me feel a lot better, because it shows me that I'm not alone. Take a look at Lab42 's findings, all dolled up for you in an infographic that asks 500 Twitter users how they use the service, how they determine who to follow and a whole lot more. Meanwhile, I'll be looking for an appropriate 12-step program, and you can humor me (or add to my torment, depending on your point of view) by following me on Twitter @charlie_white .
I want to present you my #mmvc11 presentation using reelapp I am verry happy because my presentation ,, Building a powerful PLN in edtech20 project in the New Age of Curation" is scheduled Friday 8 PM Bucharest time in MoodleMoot Virtual Conferences in English and Spanish on WizIQ by Integrating Technology for Active Lifelong Learning and I invite you all to join free my session / class and all the sessions scheduled in this awesome conference organized by Dr . Nellie Deutsch Muller Click on the phtoto to register and join free my class The MoodleMoot will take place from August 17-21 online via WiZiQ Virtual Classroom. The presentations will be conducted in both English and Spanish. You are invited to join the presentations now to ensure that you get the video recordings. The topic tracks for MMVC11 are:
While marketing activities on Twitter are often described by silly, Twitterized words — like tweetathon, twontest and tweetchat — these types of campaigns have proven successful for marketers and brands of all sizes. There are a number of winning Twitter strategies used by top brands, but those same companies tend to mix up the types of individual marketing campaigns they run on Twitter, whether paid or organic. Here are seven successful Twitter marketing campaigns from American Airlines, Network Solutions, UNICEF India, IBM, USA for UNHCR, McDonald's Canada and appbackr.
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Our good friend Eric Qualman , the Socialnomics author who has made a name for himself by creating short, entertaining videos jam-packed with social media statistics, is at it again. His original video, the " Social Media Revolution ", now has 2.8 million views. Today, Qualman released his newest video, "Social Media Statistics 2011." Check it out: Some of the most interesting statistics in the video include: