7 Styles of Learning and Social Media Training

When you get certified for your level 3 snowboard instructor you have to know the 7 styles of learning and how to apply them in a lesson. When we teach social media we do the same. -The Seven Learning Styles- Visual (spatial):You prefer using pictures, images, and spatial understanding. Aural (auditory-musical): You prefer using sound and music. Verbal (linguistic): You…

Social Media Vocabulary: 5 Tools For Tracking Social Media Sentiment

This week, social media vocabulary is taking a look at some tools that will help you take stock of your sentiment on your social networks. Are your tweets mostly positive? Mostly negative? These will look at Twitter so if you come across some others that focus on Facebook or others, let us know! Twendz: Twendz…

Twittiquette: A Good Twitizen’s 21 Point Checklist

Etiquette is as important on social networks as it is at interviews and fancy dinners. You don’t wear cut-off jeans to formal events or chew with your mouth open at a business dinner, so don’t do the equivalent by forgetting your twitter manners! There are certain things that you can’t get away with on Twitter. Twittequette is an…