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De Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is een systematiek om de verschillen in persoonlijkheid van mensen te classificeren.
If you've used an instant messenger or chat service, you've seen the ubiquitous smiley and frowning faces used to represent happy and sad. These symbols are called emoticons, a combination of the words "emotion" and "icon," and you can insert them to add a personal touch to most Office documents. Note In a purely unscientific poll of the Office Online team, we couldn't agree on what the third symbol meant.
Foto: Jos van Zetten . 18.12 toevoeging: Nu.nl zet heel helder uiteen wat Occupy “is” in “ Vijf vragen over Occupy ” (Via Kamilla.) Wat is er mis met de Occupy beweging? Niets!
Massive Influencers: Social Media 3.0 Over the past several months there has been a rise in the demand for monitoring content, and startups have responded by creating browser-based user-interfaces that collate data from various sites – and it is up for the user to pick and choose , to be the “ curator ” of their online space [i.e Pearltrees , Paper.li ]. The change of focus from content production to organization is no coincidence: social content has been toeing the line between value and spam for quite some time. By liberating content selection / visibility from the hands of monopolized search engines, more ideas will be heard: not just “any” ideas, but the right ideas.
By admin - Thursday, June 11th, 2009 at 3:00 pm ShareThis Over the past five months, Twitter has seen tremendous growth and, in the process, attracted a huge amount of media and blog coverage. To quantify this growth, Sysomos decided to conduct a study that involved collecting information from 11.5 million Twitter accounts. We believe it’s the most extensive look at Twitter ever done, offering in-depth insight into Twitter’s growth and how people use it. Among the findings are that:
[To keep up with our latest research and updates, follow us on Twitter @RJMetrics ] Since my guest post on TechCrunch last fall, I’ve received frequent requests to update and expand upon my Twitter data analysis .
Summary Over the past few months, Twitter has experienced explosive growth, attracting celebrity users such as Oprah, and a growing mountain of media and blog coverage. Sysomos Inc., one of the world's leading social media analytics companies, conducted an extensive study to document Twitter's growth and how people are using it.
Do you have happy, smiling users? I've previously written a lot about metrics and user acquisition - just look at the left bar of this blog - but have not written much about metrics and user retention. By retention, I mean the process in which you convert new users who don't care about your site into recurring users that are loyal and continually drive pageviews. In general, I would say that more people care about this than pure user acquisition, which is great, but they are often using aggregate numbers to measure this retention. By aggregate data, I mean looking at an overall Google Analytics number, or looking at an Alexa rank, or some other rolled-up metric which doesn't differentiate between new users that are discovering your site for the first time versus loyal users that are returning to your site. In fact, in general I think of websites as "leaky buckets" where users are constantly getting poured into the top, and the site is constantly leaking users.
Excel spreadsheet download For those of you who are interested in the gory details, please download the following spreadsheet here: Viral and Retention Excel Model (Click to download) Math warning!