Pinterest for Teachers Our book-selling friends at Scholastic have put together a helpful infographic that gives teachers stats and tips on using social media. The piece explores the basics of Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest. Highlighted in the Pinterest section are teacher-pinners Amanda Plum, Erin Klein and Rachel Friedrich. If you are looking for teaching inspiration on Pinterest, these are definitely the pinners to start with. A few other good pinners that teachers should check out are: Scholastic's Pinterest boards are pretty good as well. iSpring Converter Convert your content to a mobile-ready HTML5 format with the best-engineered tools from iSpring! iSpring Pro 7 Discover widest possibilities for PowerPopint to HTML5 conversion with perfect quality. Enjoy the ultimate set of cool features provided by iSpring Pro: convert PowerPoint to HTML5 create video presentations protect your content fine-tune smart customizable player Windows 8/7/Vista/XP 32- and 64-bit editions
Pinterest’s First Investor Explains the Secret to the Startup's Success - Aurora “I was Pinterest’s first investor.” That’s a sentence I bet you wish you could say. Here at SXSW, I find myself sitting opposite angel investor Brian Cohen who happily owns that distinction. In other words, he found, as he calls them, a couple of young guys from NYU (Ben Silbermann and Evan Sharp) at a business plan competition where angel investors “forage for new opportunities.”
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Infographic: A marketer’s guide to Pinterest By Kelsey Cox | Posted: March 1, 2012 Pinterest, the fastest-growing social site today, reached a whopping 11.7 million unique visitors last month and continues to grow. Aside from being highly addictive, Pinterest actually offers major value to PR pros and brands. The site has proved its ability to drive traffic, promote shareable content, and create a thriving online community that is 87 percent female. This infographic from MDG Advertising illustrates Pinterest’s unique demographic, the companies that have already figured it out, and tips on how to make your brand pin-worthy.
Tips for Adding the Right Images to Your E-Learning Content Who doesn’t like pictures? I like pictures. Pictures are fun. They add interest, they add depth and they are able to say a whole heck of a lot more than I am at a fraction of the word count. Sounds like a win/win situation, right? Everything you always wanted to know about Pinterest (but were afraid to ask) Ever since the bygone days of the Wild West, folks have always wanted to check out the newcomer in town and hear all the latest gossip before they got better acquainted. These days Pinterest, the fastest drawing social media network in history, has everyone eyeing it with curiosity and just a little trepidation. They wonder if it will settle down — or become another in a long line of drifters who pass through town. Before you take the trouble to get acquainted with this newcomer, allow me to share some insider tips about how to make the most of your Pinterest experience. I’ll also caution you to keep your eyes and ears open because social networks have a habit of changing things up just as you get comfortable around them.
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