Troubleshooting for #MMJC10DoT

Troubleshooting Hopefully you won’t encounter any problems from joining Twitter. All social media has its negative aspects as well as positives, and you may have seen high profile cases such of abusive tweets, trolling and doxing. Thankfully such examples are rare, especially if you’re using Twitter professionally and focussing on your own community of practice […]

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Blogging — is that still a thing?

Hell yes. Blogging, and by that I mean a consistent flow of regular and meaningful content that is indexed and categorized — continues to drive many organization’s content strategies and marketing efforts. According to TechClient, websites with a blog have 434% more indexed pages. That means a lot more traffic from the search engines! Longer […]

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Internet vs Web vs Deep Web vs Darkness

This may be helpful when we talk about how the search engines work on Wednesday! Internet: the physical connections between computers Web: a protocol (software) that shows the interconnected pages on the Internet one trillion page (5%) Deep Web: huge portions of the web that Google can’t see (includes dynamic content such as your FB […]

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10 free tools for infographics

I’m reposting this because there is a useful listing of tools over at the Creative Bloq for creating infographics. (I think Piktochart is the easiest to use for the infographic assignment, but there’s other options. Also, there’s a link to Canva, which Keith mentioned there.) I’m fairly impressed by Piktochart for more complex infographics, and […]

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