Wikipedia Management for Dummies


Ain’t nobody can launch a meme that’s heard ’round the world like reddit and there ain’t no place like Wikipedia to share what you or your client is most passionate about. While I am still scared of my own reddit shadow, I have embraced Wikipedia in a big way.

What Wikipedia Doesn’t Tell You About SEO Techniques

KoMarketing Associates

Have you ever found yourself sucked into a Wikipedia rabbit hole, going from one topic to another? With its plethora of useful (and useless) information, Wikipedia has become a prime source to learn about new topics. Take the search engine optimization Wikipedia page for example.

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Personal knowledge management - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Buzz Marketing for Technology

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Personal knowledge management (PKM) is a label for the effort to integrate personal information management (PIM), focused on individual skills, with knowledge management (KM), which takes an organizational perspective, in light of expanding knowledge about human cognitive capabilities and the permeability of organizational boundaries. Information literacy. Understanding what information is important and how to find unknown information.

Cognitive apprenticeship - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Buzz Marketing for Technology

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This model is supported by Albert Banduras (1997) theory of modeling, which posits that in order for modeling to be successful, the learner must be attentive, must have access to and retain the information presented, must be motivated to learn, and must be able to accurately reproduce the desired skill. About Wikipedia. Contact Wikipedia. Donate to Wikipedia. About Wikipedia. Cognitive apprenticeship.

A Wikipedia Expert's Thoughts on the NYPD Editing Controversy


Editor''s Note: Recently, Capital New York reported that NYPD computers had been used to make edits to Wikipedia entries on police-related topics. We asked Wikipedia expert William Beutler to comment on this news story. The History of Self-Interested Wikipedia Edits.

Optimizing your site information architecture (IA) for Panda


Photo credit: Wikipedia. I’m talking about creating clear information architecture (IA) that shows Google (and your users) the relative importance of pages related to the same keywords.

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20 Experts, 1 Awesome Resource: The Social Media ProBook

Modern Marketing

How to create infographics that wow the Web and drive crazy traffic (by Robin Richards, director of information design at who else but JESS3).

Social business, the forest and the garden: Your intranet is not the Internet


Photo credit: Wikipedia. Altavista, Geocities, AOL, Google, Amazon, WordPress, eBay, Hotmail, Wikipedia, MySpace, Flickr, Delicious, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Quora, Pinterest all had their days of glory. Internet Marketing Google Intranet Wikipedia

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Top 5 Social Business Myths


Photo credit: Wikipedia. Information wants to be free. Information, of course, does not “want” anything by itself, and it’s an umbrella term that includes all sorts of items. The fact that digital information is so easy to copy and distribute through social media does not mean that it must be delivered everywhere. Wikipedia stats for their English language site indicate that they have 22 editors for every million users (0.0022%).

What’s next? Social Media and the Information Life Cycle


Image via Wikipedia. Analyzing the current landscape and the evolution of information markets by borrowing from a product life cycle framework may assist in developing some educated guesses about what the future may bring. For example, we could use sensorial clues of aging information.

Why you should consider centralizing your search keyword lists


Photo credit: Wikipedia. When all five roles are using the same keywords as the content strategists and information architects (IAs) who work on your website, that’s when the magic we call content marketing happens. Last month, I wrote about 2 challenges to keyword collaboration.

Re-Inventing Organizations: Taking “Mad Men” into the 21st Century


Photo credit: Wikipedia. We live in a business environment characterized by network driven ecosystems, 24/7 access to global communications and the ability to access and analyze vast amounts of information. We live in more global, fast paced, information rich era.

How your enterprise social platform enables the information marketplace


Photo credit: Wikipedia. Yes, that’s right: your social platform is not “Facebook for the Enterprise”, but it’s rather the enabler of an efficient internal information marketplace.

Information Literacy and Big6

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Introduction to Information Literacy. Information Literacy. : What is "information literacy" and why is it important to our teaching? Information Literacy Overview. Information Problems worksheet. Essential Question: How do formative evaluations guide the information problem-solving process? Information Seeking Strategies: Consider your options. Essential Question: What are the best sources of information available to solve a problem?

The 10 Best B2B Videos

Modern Marketing

The company writes, “… the animation is continuous stream of clear and relevant visuals punctuated by consistently enlightening and interesting information.” These three videos, along with the brand new State of Wikipedia , are all part of the same “family” of JESS3-created digital shorts. by Joe Chernov | Tweet this. The best kind of praise comes when you aren’t expecting it, much less looking for it.

Tips For Dealing With Information Overload

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Friday, May 9, 2008 Tips For Dealing With Information Overload I sent a couple of people the following question: “What are your top tips for dealing with information overflow?&# More a defense mechanism than “dealing with information overflow."». Wikipedia.


What is Social Media Marketing?


Social Media Marketing — according to Wikipedia , “social media marketing is the process of gaining website traffic or attention through social media sites.” For years, I struggled to explain to my mom what I do for a living.

The Dirty Little Secret of Media Relations


Photo credit: Wikipedia. When reporters speak in public about how they gather information and decide which stories to write, they tend to sound like scientific researchers, claiming to spend long hours objectively sifting through data until they find stories worthy of coverage.

Real Substance or Merely Content

Sales Intelligence View

This is how ad-click driven search engines derive their revenues, but it does nothing for delivering the most relevant information to the searcher, which in this case is your potential and long term income.

Internet resources on information overload and productivity | ManagingIO

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Ideas and trends to tackle information overload. Internet resources on information overload and productivity. s a list of useful websites/ resources I came across that deal with information overload or closely related subjects. Blogs/ Websites with focus on information overload. Blog about RSS, webfeeds and information overload. NY times article pointing to the $650 billion cost estimate of information overload published by a US research firm. ManagingIO.


Prospecting to IT Buyers: How Nine Data Vendors Stack Up


Photo credit: Wikipedia. Buyers of information technology (IT) are one of the most valued audiences targeted by business marketers. Internet Marketing Offline Marketing Business Harte-Hanks Information technology NetProspex ZoomInfoGlobally, these professionals spend $3.6 trillion on hardware, software and technology services.

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Keep Your Customers Coming Back in Times of Content Overload

Modern Marketing

Getting the Most Out of Free Real Estate Wikipedia is regularly a top Google result for brands and many customers will check out a company's page before visiting the brand's very own website. How incorporating Wikipedia management into marketing leads to a deep SEO strategy.

When, Why and How to Gate Your Content for Maximum Results


I swear I read this on Wikipedia somewhere… ). of the people who saw the page to hand over their contact information. That’s absolutely a good start, but we’re missing information about the quality of these leads. “To gate, or not to gate – that is the question.”

Top Instagram Influencers


No profile on Instagram, information from Wikipedia). From Wikipedia). 10 People Who Built (or Strengthened) Their Personal Brand Using the Small Screen. Social media influencers hold a great deal of power.

Blog Content: 4 Ways to Make Your Blog Unique

Writing on the Web

By providing information that is uncommon enough to intrigue a visitor. Normally, they are based on real information and designed in a way to give it visual appeal. Anyone can build a so-called infographic without using true information. Image source: Wikipedia.).

Keywords Matter, Keywords Don’t Matter – How To Make Sense of SEO Evolution


They can do this several ways, like: Checking where the user is geographically and serving up information based on that. Checking what the user has searched for before, and serving up information based on that. For more information, check out Critical Rules for SEO Success.

How to Refresh Evergreen Content (and Reach a Big Audience)


It may not include information that’s new or trendy, but it should provide good advice, be entertaining, or solve a problem for potential readers. If it reads like a poor man’s Wikipedia article, it’s probably not something your audience (or Google) is likely to dig.

Tips for Optimizing Google’s Knowledge Graph Box for Your Brand


There are many ways to use Schema markup via JSON-LD to provide machine-readable information about the content on that page. That’s how we have “defined our entity” to Google in several places, including Wikipedia and the NAICS code in our JSON-LD script above.

Mapping the Social Media Landscape

The Effective Marketer

The Effective Marketer Effectiveness is a discipline and it can be learned Home About the Effective Marketer Books Speaking Mapping the Social Media Landscape Infographics, according to Wikipedia are “graphic visual representations of information, data, or knowledge&#.


Eric Got Me Thinking About The Next Buyer Revolution

Tony Zambito

Image via Wikipedia. In many ways, it is a buyer’s revolt against years of having to first identify themselves before they can get an ounce of information. Image via Wikipedia.

Why internal Social Business Platforms matter


Image via Wikipedia. That’s exactly what happened when Wikipedia, Google and Facebook won the battle for online attention over Encyclopedia Brittannica, the original Yahoo! Social Media Marketing Facebook Google Wikipedia

Google+ for SEO? Don’t Focus on Your Brand Page!

Digital B2B Marketing

To maximize the traffic benefits, you need the Google+ account that shared the information to be an account your audience trusts. Of course Ford Motor Company has shared information about the new Ford vehicles and According to Wikipedia, Ford has 164,000 employees.

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What Is A Content Strategy And Why Do You Need It?

Marketing Insider Group

Wikipedia describes content strategy as “…the practice of planning the content creation, delivery, and governance. This is a simple argument: The web, social and mobile revolutions have changed the world connecting all of us and enabling the seamless flow of instant information.

5 Ways B2B Marketers Can Differentiate Their Brand in Google Search Results

KoMarketing Associates

When you “Google” your organization’s brand name, have you noticed a more comprehensive set of information? The combined experience is meant to provide a single source of top-level organizational information for searchers.

Your website is wearing mom jeans and shoulder pads


Pearson Education reached out to me to read and make make notes on Mike Moran’s and James Mathewson’s upcoming book, Outside-In Marketing. I go through it, paragraph by paragraph, and write notes on what comes to mind.

Top 3 Reasons Your Content Marketing Program Fails

Digital B2B Marketing

You need to meet an information or entertainment desire of your audience and you have to become recognized for it. Quoting from Wikipedia “he was not widely recognised as a great composer until a revival of interest and performances of his music in the first half of the 19th century.”

Your Content Marketing Must Become Convenient

Digital B2B Marketing

Google and Wikipedia have put information on nearly any subject just a keystroke or click away. More information: see my review of marketing content showing marketers are missing this opportunity] 3. Look around you. There is a coffee shop on nearly every corner.

The Trouble with Klout

Paul Gillin

If you want to grow your score, you can log in to the site and give it a bunch of information about your online activities. Both are sought-after speakers and the subject of extensive Wikipedia articles. Estimating influence is a delicate balance of art and science.

Sign-Up Forms Can Be An Important Piece of Your Email Marketing Program

Vertical Response

According to Wikipedia , email marketing is a ‘direct channel used to market commercial messages to groups of people through email.’ ’ The key phrase says it all here: ‘Groups of People.’

Why Brands Need To Act Like Publishers

Marketing Insider Group

So the only solution is to become the information consumers want to see. They did this by hiring professional writers and experts in small business who wrote about the things that would be helpful to small business owners – to give them the information they needed.