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Les bordéliques ont tout compris ! Ou pourquoi les personnes les plus créatives s'épanouissent dans le désordre....
21 November 2014 to 09:38
Les bordéliques ont tout compris ! Ou pourquoi les personnes les plus créatives s'épanouissent dans le désordre....
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15 resurse foto gratuite pentru retelele sociale si bloguri
09 September 2014 to 11:47
15 resurse foto gratuite pentru retelele sociale si bloguri | M A N A F U *
Astazi, vorba “O poza face cat o mie de cuvinte” isi dovedeste valabilitatea mai multi ca oricand. Toate studiile despre eficienta continutului distribuit in
HOW TO Social Media
26 April 2014 to 10:15
50 Expert Tips for Getting Started on Social Media | Constant Contact Blogs
“If you were to give a one-sentence tip to a small business owner just starting out with social media, what would you say?” That’s the question we’ve been
3 ways to use infographics to promote your brand - The Next Web
Jess Bachman is the Creative Director at, a visual-content marketplace that connects designers, journalists, animators, and developers with clien
Social Networking Etiquette | Social Media Today
Social media DOs and DON'Ts: this infographic covers basics of social media etiquette.
A Beginner's Social Media Guide for Small Businesses | Social Media Examiner
Follow this seven-step social media guide to help you get started with social media and learn how to use it to promote your products and services.
How to Create a Facebook Business Page That Doesn't Suck
Don't waste your time creating a Facebook Business Page that flops. Discover these essential tips for making an awesome Facebook Page.
How to Make Your Facebook Marketing Work for B2B | Social Media Examiner
How to use Facebook marketing, Google Analytics and other sources to see how your B2B marketing tactics can increase customer engagement on Facebook.
5 Social Media Lessons I Learned from Peter Pan | Social Media Today
Disney planted the seeds to social media success over sixty years ago, and we’re reaping the benefits now. Here are 5 lessons Peter Pan taught me about social media success.
How To Build a Content Strategy Using a Social Media Audit | Social Media Examiner
Here's how to create a stronger social media audit and strategy by researching, analyzing and comparing your social media presence with your competitors'.
How to Use Social Media To Grow Your Email Subscribers
Leading social media experts agree one of the most valuable uses for social media marketing is growing your list of email subscribers.
Socially Stephanie: Earn Trust Online | Social Media Advice | Social Media Today
The Top 10 Mistakes Bloggers Make - Heidi Cohen
Here are the Top 10 Mistakes Bloggers Make and actionable blogging tips to help you overcome them. How many does your blog contain?
Engagement Isn’t a Definitive Indicator | Social Media Today
Not all engagement is created equal. Every social action requires differing levels of interest and involvement from your audience and their sentiment, their personal context, their stage in the purchase cycle, their technographic profile, and many other factors can have a great impact on the value of their engagement with your content.
How to Increase Your Social Media Click-Through Rates | Social Media Examiner
Tips for including calls to action, landing page links and cohesive messaging to increase your click-through rate from social media.
12 Types of Blog Posts to Drive More Traffic to Your Blog | Social Media Examiner
Discover 12 types of blog posts that can help you kick blogger's block to the curb and keep your readers coming back for more.
How Many Facebook Users ‘Pay It Forward?’ - AllFacebook
Odds are, most Facebook users have seen status updates in their News Feeds with some variation of the “pay it forward” theme, meaning that if a stranger or friend shows a person kindness in some form, the recipient does something nice for someone else. But which countries and cities were responsible for the most pay-it-forward status updates? Lada Adamic and Thomas Lento of the Facebook Data Science Team have the answers.
5 Ways to Generate Content Marketing Revenues - Heidi Cohen
Over 90% of marketers use content marketing but less than half of them think it's effective. Here are 5 tips to improve content marketing revenues.
6 Things the Most Influential People on Social Media Do |
How do you earn respect, stand out, and get noticed in noisy social-media circles? Take a cue from the Web's biggest influencers.
How to Create a Successful Business Blog | Social Media Examiner
20 expert resources to help you build a business blog around your brand, publish useful content consistently, then market and measure your success.
interesting project!
09 December 2013 to 22:16
Expo 2015 è il primo evento internazionale 100% Social Media: una community potenziale di oltre 2 miliardi di persone da coinvolgere in un grande racconto co...
This Is Your Brain on Facebook
02 September 2013 to 18:08
This Is Your Brain on Facebook
That little zing you get when someone “likes” your picture or sings your praises on Facebook? That's the reward center in your brain getting a boost. And that response can predict how much time and energy you put into the social media site, according to new research.
Your Facebook 'Likes' May Be More Revealing Than You Think
A study shows that what you 'like' on Facebook can predict, with remarkable accuracy, everything from your race to your sexual orientation, political affiliation and personality type.
Frontiers | Nucleus accumbens response to gains in reputation for the self relative to gains for others predicts social media use | Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
Our reputation is important to us; we’ve experienced natural selection to care about our reputation. Recently, the neural processing of gains in reputation (positive social feedback concerning one’s character) has been shown to occur in the human ventral striatum. It is still unclear, however, how individual differences in the processing of gains in reputation may lead to individual differences in real-world behavior. For example, in the real-world, one way that people currently maintain their reputation is by using social media websites, like Facebook. Furthermore, Facebook use consists of a social comparison component, where users observe others’ behavior and can compare it to their own. Therefore, we hypothesized a relationship between the way the brain processes specifically self-relevant gains in reputation and one’s degree of Facebook use. We recorded functional neuroimaging data while participants received gains in reputation, observed the gains in reputation of another person, or received monetary reward. We demonstrate that across participants, when responding to gains in reputation for the self, relative to observing gains for others, reward-related activity in the left nucleus accumbens predicts Facebook use. However, nucleus accumbens activity in response to monetary reward did not predict Facebook use. Finally, a control step-wise regression analysis showed that Facebook use primarily explains our results in the nucleus accumbens. Overall, our results demonstrate how individual sensitivity of the nucleus accumbens to the receipt of self-relevant social information leads to differences in real-world behavior.
Employers: Facebook Party Pics Don't Always Reflect Employees' Bad Judgment
Screening potential job applicants using their Facebook posts sounds like a good way to weed out irresponsible slackers. But drunken or stoned pictures may not tell the whole story.
Government plans increased email and social network surveillance (The Guardian)
03 April 2012 to 07:52
Le 10 décembre 1948, les 58 États Membres qui constituaient alors l’Assemblée générale ont adopté la Déclaration universelle des droits de l’homme à Paris au Palais de Chaillot
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Nul ne sera l'objet d'immixtions arbitraires dans sa vie privée, sa famille, son domicile ou sa correspondance, ni d'atteintes à son honneur et à sa réputation. Toute personne a droit à la protection de la loi contre de telles immixtions ou de telles atteintes.

1984 was one of my favorites. have a nice day, europe ?
Government plans increased email and social network surveillance | World news | The Guardian
Proposal echoes Labour scheme that was scrapped in 2009 over concerns it would breach civil liberties
31 March 2012 to 23:31
Free eBook: 99 Tools to Generate Leads with Social Media
Get your free eBook “99 Tools to Help You Generate Leads with Social Media” so you can grow your sales and revenue with social media.
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