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The Most Obnoxious Tweeters. The Most Obnoxious Tweeters – infographic If you’ve ever been the victim of an unfollow on Twitter, you may just fit the profile of an obnoxious tweeter. The following infographic, created by Israel-based company Conduit, details 11 of the tech industry’s most annoying Twitter users. Some examples of feed-cloggers include “The Eventaholic,” who tweets about every pseudo-interesting person he meets at every single gathering he attends, and “The Social Media Butterfly,” who constantly provides updates in a bid to gain more followers. The Most Obnoxious Tweeters SEO Social Media Tip of today (please unlock). Why? Berrie Pelser, Ber|Art Visual Design: Ber|Art Visual Design V.O.F. delivers high-end secure (PCI-Compliant) WordPress, Typo3 and Magento Linux Cloud VPS Hosting with professional Search Engine Optimization (SEO) plus Social Media (Social Network) integration, branding and strategy.

Vergelijkbare berichten: My name is Berrie Pelser, since 1999 co-owner of Ber|Art Visual Design V.O.F. An Educator's Guide To Twitter. OETChat - Blended Learning (with tweets) · MedinaTech. Twitter for iOS Updated with Improved Search and Discover. Twitter has released an update to its iOS app with improvements to searches and the Discover tab, which enables you to see the latest trending topics and tweets. Other additions include links opening instantly when tapped and also performance updates which will help those with older iOS devices.

What’s New in Version 5.3 Instantly access great content with improvements to search and Discover on iPhone. * Discover delivers a single stream of Tweets, Trends, Activity and accounts to follow. The update is nice as having links open up right away from the timeline saves taps and time. If you want to learn more about the changes in search, the Twitter Engineering blog details the new experience now based on the most relevant content such as tweets, user accounts, images, news and more. The Great 140 Character Debate « Evolving Educators. We are accustomed to abbreviations and symbols that signify a message. For as long as we have communicated we have used abbreviations and symbols to provide messages beyond the words themselves. The term HELP means more than the four characters it consumes. SOS even more and has one less character, and OK one less and still has meaning beyond its two characters.

So why is there so much debate over the validity and value associated with using certain forms of social media to communicate, collaborate, and connect among educators through a limited number of characters? Social media applications including and similar to Twitter have a set number of characters to get your message across to others using the service. Brevity is a skill not often demonstrated in the professional world. Like this: Like Loading... The Complete Guide To Twitter Hashtags In Education. What is a hashtag? A word or phrase preceded by a “#.” How do hashtags work? Twitter can be a busy place with lots of tweets–and thus lots of “noise.” A #hashtag is a way to aggregate tweets that are appended with a hashtag. Picture it like a magnet that attracts all messages categorized by that topical word or phrase. Who can use hashtags? Anyone. What else do I need to know? Don’t hashtag spam–if your tweet doesn’t add to that hashtag’s topic, discussion, or user base, don’t add the hashtag.Use more than one hashtag if it applies to more than one topic, but choose wisely.

Meeting Times Many of the hashtags have “meeting times” where educators agree to “meet and tweet”–that is, send out messages on a topic at a certain time on a certain day. If you do participate at the agreed upon time, you’ll see the tweets stream in live and participate in said conversation (via twitter) in what is nearly real-time. Updated: Added #edcamp, #ukedchat Popular Hashtags Trends General Content Areas Literacy iPad. The A-Z Dictionary of Educational Twitter Hashtags. Whether you’re a new or seasoned Twitter user, you likely come across confusing hashtags that probably look like a bunch of nonsense. First, What’s A Hashtag? The # symbol, called a hashtag, is used to mark keyword or topic in a Tweet. Any Twitter user can categorize or follow topics with hashtags.Those hashtags (usually) mean something and are a great way to get a tweet to appear in search results or discussion monitoring. For example, the popular #edchat hashtag is used by thousands of users every Tuesday.

It makes it easy (sort of) for people to monitor what’s happening in the conversation rather than having to try and guess what topics you should search for. How To Hide Your Hashtag Chat From Followers When having a Twitter #hashtag chat, if you want to avoid overwhelming your followers, start any tweet you want to “hide” with @HideChat or (one character shorter) @HideTag . You don’t need to do this with all your chat tweets (though you could). Sources The Most Popular Hashtags. Twitter: How to archive event hashtags and create an interactive visualization of the conversation JISC CETIS MASHe.

The use of Twitter to collecting tweets around an event hashtag allowing participants to share and contribute continues to grow and has even become part of mass media events, various TV shows now having and publicising their own tag. This resource is often lost in time, only tiny snippets being captured in blog posts or summaries using tools like Storify, which often loose the richness of individual conversations between participants.

It doesn’t have to be this way. Using a combination of Google Spreadsheets as a data source and a simple web interface to add interactivity it’s possible to let users explorer your entire event hashtag and replay any of conversations. View example conversation replay Try out a LIVE version Update: If you are still struggling to understand the concept Radical Punch have done a overview of this tool Here's how to archive event hashtags and create an interactive visualization of the conversation (written instructions below): Capturing the tweets. @M_Bloom/OhioEducators. Teachers – The 10 Stages of Twitter. Stage 1 Sign up to twitter following persuasion/pestering by colleagues.

Follow Stephen Fry, a famous sportsman/popstar and a news channel. Read a few tweets, don’t understand what the fuss is about and mock anyone who uses twitter. Stage 2 Overhear colleagues chatting about twitter and a great article they found. Promise to give it a go again and follow two or three recommendations. Find articles interesting and wonder how to get more. Stage 3 Think about posting first tweet.

Stage 4 Upon realising you have no followers ask colleagues how to get them? Stage 5 Have a mini twitter conversation with colleague, even retweet a couple of statements. Stage 6 Practise a couple of tweets that include @names and hashtags. Stage 7 Retweet any link you find interesting as people might read them. Stage 8 Thank colleagues for introducing you to twitter, impressed with the knowledge you have gleaned and your growing number of followers. Stage 9 Stage 10 (the reason for this post) Like this: Like Loading...

25 Twitter Tips For Students, Parents, And Teachers. How To Use Mood Boards For Visual Learning 5.03K Views 0 Likes Mood boards are used for photography, game design, interior design, marketing, fashion, music, advertising and even architecture; but who’s to say they shouldn’t be used in the classroom? (You might be doing this already!) Twitter - A Necessity for Educators in 2012 - Texas Principal. Twitter A Necessity for Educators in 2012 “Twitter won’t change your life, but it might make your job more fun and a little easier” - NEA What is Twitter? Twitter is an online social networking site which allows users to send and receive messages of up to 140 characters. Why should I join Twitter? Twitter has really become an extensive online community for anyone to quickly share and gain ideas on any topic.

Have your students and parents follow you on Twitter where you can post reminders about quizzes/tests, upcoming field trips, websites to check out, reminders about homework, etc.Hold “Twitter Chats” with your students. Key Lingo: Tweet - a tweet is just the way to say you posted something on Twitter. Some great hashtags to follow are #edchat #edtech #ntchat Educators really can’t afford to NOT be on Twitter. Follow us on Twitter! @The3TechNinjas @TechNinjaTodd @TechNinjaStacey. 5 Great Ways for Teachers to Collaborate on Twitter. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – Twitter is an absolutely fantastic resource for teachers. But it can also be something of a blunt instrument. The daily surge of information, the ever-changing timeline of tweets, the potential to miss entire conversations simply by failing to log in at the right moment… the pitfalls are considerable. The best a teacher can get out of Twitter is truly enriching, meaningful collaboration with other educators – so try these top tips to make sure you manage to achieve just that… 1.

It’s not easy to collaborate if you’re not online at the same time. 2. The key to successful long-lasting collaboration is sharing resources, ideas and tools. 3. Even taking the time to share documents or explain how to use tools can be time-consuming in the faced-paced world of Twitter. 4. It’s not easy to stay on top of everything that goes on on Twitter as things move so quickly. 5.