ou will explore tools and websites to learn more about the use of photo sharing, images, and social networking tools in education. After completing the readings and exploring some of the websites and multimedia listed in the Week One Resources document, try out a tool from each of these categories: Photo storage sites: Flickr or Shutterfly (See the instructions for the u201cCollect Images and Create Flickr Albumu201d assignment to find out how you will be using a photo storage site to complete this weeku2019s assignment.) Social networking website (professional): You explored LinkedIn for your introductory post, but here are others you might want to investigate: The Top 18 Educational Social Networking Websites for Teachers .http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2012/12/social-networking-sites-teachers.html?m=1 You read about using images and photo sharing in this weeku2019s resources. As you prepare your initial post for this discussion, consider the following questions: What are some advantages of collecting images on a site like Flickr? How can a teacher use these tools in the classroom to help students learn? Note: be sure to examine the Instructor Guidance and the Week One Resources document for help with this assignment. Initial Post Think about how each of the tools you explored can enhance teaching and/or learning. Give a specific example of an educational use of: a photo storage tool a social networking tool such as LinkedIn the use of images in teaching to help student learning. Choose one of the tools you examined and explain how it can be used in a specified grade and content area to meet a learning objective. For example, you might write: u201cGlogster (a poster making tool) would be great to use for fourth-grade book reports in a reading lesson. Glogster would help visual readers create a pictorial representation of their book to illustrate a character or setting. This activity would help students compare their classmatesu2019 interpretations of characters and settings to their
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In today’s world of the internet, companies have got to be even more aware of what their customers are saying about them and, more importantly, where they are saying it. Social media platforms are a common place for people to talk about a particular brand and they will often talk about what their perception is and how the service can be improved. This is something that companies in all industries and of all sizes can use as failure to monitor these conversations can have an adverse effect on business and your social standing.
One of the main benefits of social media is that it acts as another level of customer service and if your customers can see that you are actively trying to rectify the problems, they are more likely to give your brand another chance. However, the main reason why companies monitor social media platforms is so they can make sure that any problem does not escalate into a huge problem that ends up damaging the brand image of the company.
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The problems arise however when people start making comments on blogs, forums and their personal Twitter and Facebook accounts as this is going to be harder to monitor. This is where social media experts come in as they can make the most of the social media tools that are available to ensure that all conversations relating to your brand are monitored at all times. Of course, if you are using an external agency then you need to ensure that they have experience in working with clients of a similar size to yours and that they are going to have the right tools to monitor your results. Social media is a relatively new technology and many companies are yet to embrace it so when you take the plunge make sure that you do it correctly from the beginning.
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30% of companies surveyed say ‘no’ to social media
So I read a recent research study done on a multitude of brands and the results? Not that surprising. A little under 50% of the brands studied said that the jury was out on social media. Why’s that not surprising? Well, one can’t exactly measure the return on the investment as easily as one might like. It takes a lot of time and resources to track all the data necessary, or you just have to luck out and have an ingenious analyst on your team. And the inherent value isn’t exactly forthcoming either. Reputation isn’t as easily tracked as one might think, but that’s what it does. Social Media investment, at it’s core, creates a massive return on reputation. The trouble is that controlling that reputation is so difficult. Why?
Having a veritable cornucopia of positive social opportunities means you also have just as many negative social opportunities. Keeping the balance can be tedious. One slip up and you can have the hounds on your tail, losing favor universally. The cost of setting up a social media investment is easily calculated. The return? Not so much. A lot of digital marketers play the guess and check method of throwing money at a campaign they think might have value and then checking if there was any verifiable return. This happens more often than you think. Now you may have thought to yourself, if under 50% of the brands were unsure, what did the other think? Well let me break it down for you. All but 1% of those studied acknowledged that there was some value in social media investment. It’s crazy I know. 35% of that noticed a similar or increased return than from other types of media investment.
What does this all break down to? Well, it’s becoming undeniable that Digital and Social Media marketing is on the rise. In the future there may be a complete switch to either. We need to get on this train FAST before we become totally obsolete. Who’s with me?