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How to manage the torrent of social media conversations — and increase your productivity! By Kim Bale Socialbrite staff One of the things we often hear from nonprofits and social enterprises is: How do I manage the torrent of social media conversations coming at me? The answer used to be: Painstakingly and one conversation at a time.
But a new crop of social media tools aims to tamp down the social media gusher by letting you update, monitor, manage and maintain several communication outlets at once. When selecting a dashboard for personal or professional use, you should consider such items as cost, analytics and which social networks they support, among other things. Here are 10 of our favorite social media dashboard tools: Threadsy: Unify your email, social networks 1Threadsy is an intuitive, easy-to-use dashboard that allows organizations to connect through multiple email accounts as well as Facebook and Twitter. 2Haven’t heard of Myweboo? Info: Mission and Vision.
Vuze: The most powerful bittorrent app on earth. 200 million Creative Commons photos and counting. Also available in: Deutsch We are proud to announce that – thanks to you – we now have 200 Million (and counting) public Creative Commons licensed photos on Flickr.
This makes us the largest CC photo repository in the world! You can browse and search those CC photos by license, or find exactly the one suitable for and available to you by using advanced search, ticking the CC checkbox, and searching for whatever image you are looking for. If you would like to take part in CC and provide your photography under a less restrictive license than "All Rights Reserved", familiarize yourself with Creative Commons, and apply a CC license to you photos, by either changing your default license upload setting or an individual photo’s license under "Owner settings" on any of your photo pages. Creative Commons photos above from Abaconda, kk+, Lushbunny, Jsome1, Lost in Japan, by Miguel Michán, Ric e Ette, NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, Tea | Seatory, paul (dex), visualpanic, and Ikayama.
WeVideo brings video editing online for travellers. TLabs Showcase on travel startups featuring US-based WeVideo, an online video editing platform for travellers.
Who and what are you (including personnel and backgrounds)? We are WeVideo, the first full-featured online video editing platform for the travel industry and travelers alike. John Canning, our VP of product experience, has a career spanning media production, delivery and platforms for more than 20 years. John currently serves as VP for WeVideo, responsible for product experience and working with partners and key influencers. Prior to WeVideo, John for Yahoo! What financial support did you have to launch the business? WeVideo is currently funded by the founders and private investors with $2.6 million invested to date.
What problem are you trying to solve? Currently 48 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute; however, the majority of the videos shared are unedited. WeVideo is about to change all this through its cloud-based video editing platform. Help.