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Technologie et réseaux au service de la triche. Décidément, les réseaux sociaux sont en pleine tourmente, un peu comme toujours répondrez-vous. Cette fois la polémique qui rebondit est française : la triche au baccalauréat. L’addition des réseaux sociaux et des nouvelles technologies ne fait pas bon ménage pour les autorités. En revanche, elle fait le bonheur de nombreux étudiants. Pour le cas du Bac 2011, les étudiants expliquent que toute l’année leurs Smartphones les ont accompagnés pendant les divers contrôles et devoirs sur table. Pour le bac, un nombre de sujets impressionnants a été divulgué sur les réseaux sociaux (Facebook) avant les épreuves officielles. C’est sur des groupes Facebook que les sujets étaient mis en ligne et dévoilés aux yeux de tous, ces groupes étant « privés » seuls les élèves y avaient l’accès et ils pouvaient filtrer les personnes entrantes. Des étudiants qui parviennent à tricher toute l’année sont bien la preuve qu’il y a un sérieux problème. [Le Monde]

6 Ways to Be More Persuasive With Social Media Neil Patel is the co-founder of KISSmetrics, an analytics provider that helps companies make better business decisions. How can you be persuasive with consumers on social media? One of the best books on persuasion is called Influence, in which author Robert Cialdini describes six elements of effective persuasion. I share those tactics below and analyze how they can best be applied to a social media audience. 1. Reciprocation is built upon the theory that if you give something as a gift and then ask the recipient for a favor, they’ll respond in kind. For example, Dropbox will give you 2GB of storage space for free. Another common social media strategy is to give away ebooks. 2. When it comes to making decisions, we often look to other people for clues. Subscriber or follower counts – Are a lot of people following this blogger? Bottom line: When it comes to social media, a large audience is golden. 3. When Cialdini talks about “liking,” he doesn’t mean the “Like” button on Facebook. 4. 5. 6.

Twitter Secures $300 Million Investment by Saudi Prince The world's second largest social network, Twitter, has successfully secured a $300 million investment from Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed. The investment transaction is the final stage of several months of planning and negotiations between both Prince Alwaleed and Twitter. As one of the world's biggest and fastest growing social networks, Twitter will be using the money to improve their networking experience. With new features such as the iPhone and #newlook Twitter in the pipelines, this huge cash injection will be much appreciated in helping implement them and in brainstorming Twitter's direction and plans for 21012. Prince Alwaleed's Interest In Twitter As one of the richest men in the world, Prince Alwaleed is certainly in a position to be able to invest in what he wants, when he wants. Key Take Away With such a large sum of money now in Twitter's pockets, we look forward to hearing about how it will spend it and on what. ~Image source:

20 Game-Changing Twitter Chats Have you ever participated in a Twitter chat? If yes, then you already know how valuable they are. If you haven’t, then hopefully this post can provide some insights into what they offer and why you should get involved with one. Twitter chats are one of the most underutilized, untapped resources in social media. This year saw the creation of some fantastic new chats and huge growth in others. As their popularity continues to grow, so does the value they offer to participants. Increase Your Network If nothing else, twitter chats are a killer way of meeting fantastic new people. Establishing Brand Expertise There has been A LOT of talk about personal branding over the past few years. Now that we’ve qualified a few of the benefits of twitter chats its time to get involved. Monday 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Tuesday 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Wednesday 13. 14. 15. Thursday 16. 17. 18. Friday 19. Sunday 20. Resources The above list was just meant to be a starting point.

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