For example, I was looking at the daily number of removed fans for my page, and I noticed a spike on a particular day. I clicked on the spike and PageLever showed me a report of everything that happened that day, including where the fans left. They all left via the newsfeed, which suggested to me that I posted too often that day. Sure enough, that same report showed that I’d posted four times that day. Lesson learned.
The speed with which PageLever allowed me to focus in on the spike allowed me to quickly shift from “What happened?” to “Why did it happen?”
PageLever recently ran a preliminary survey of 20 status updates from five pages that had more than 2 million fans and found the average post lifetime was 22 hours, 51 minutes.
For example, the service tells me that instead of simple status posts, I should ask more open-ended questions. It is easy to dive deeper into which post types are working for you–that is, which receive the highest engagement–so you can post more of that kind of content.
Programs itself. Saves Energy.
Meet Nest, the world’s first Learning Thermostat.
Nest learns from your temperature adjustments, programs itself to keep you comfortable, and guides you to energy savings. You can control the thermostat from anywhere using a smartphone, tablet or laptop, and Nest never stops learning, even as your life and the seasons change.
[Update] : No podré hacer estre regalo de $250 para estas Navidades, ni para Reyes, pues está agotado hasta entrado el mes de enero.
En la aplicación de programas de gestión de conocimiento en las organizaciones, se dice que la mejora debe afectar a la organización, a sus trabajadores y a sus clientes. Aplicando esta condición a la innovación educativa, ésta tendría que afectar a:
Puntos de vista de los gestores, profesores y alumnos en el post original.
For everyone struggling to get their arms around the debt crisis in Europe, Bill Marsh in today’s New York Times offers literally a compelling picture, with graphic illustration for the key issues.
The picture is big, 18×21 inches.
The term “energy revolution” sounds light and airy enough, but how do human beings manage to wrest electricity from the sea? Germany’s largest offshore wind farm, a power plant surrounded by a hostile environment, produces 12 times as much energy as the world’s first nuclear power plant.
La herramienta está accesible en el dashboard de Google, en el apartado Presencia en Internet. Ahí, podremos encontrar un apartado en el que podremos configurar las alertas que queramos recibir, acceder a búsquedas con nuestro nombre o dirección de correo de Gmail y, lo más interesante, solicitar que ciertos resultados en los que aparecemos sean eliminados, pudiendo así controlar (y limpiar) las referencias o entradas que influyan en nuestra imagen personal.
I found an absolutely outstanding post in Steve Blank’s blog, very helpful for any new web entrepreneur. Believe me.
Moreover, this post is aimed at entrepreneurs, but its approach is useful for any field.
It would’ve been very helpful at a conference I attended last Thursday, for instance. It was supposed to teach LinkedIn, but we ended up talking about many tools and most people left the building thinking they’ll never catch up.
One person asked how to choose tools with criterion since you need to know them first and you can’t invest the time. Well, I think an answer with the following approach would have been a good one:
How To Build a Web Startup – The Lean LaunchPad Edition
Here’s the step-by-step process we suggest our students use in our Lean LaunchPad classes.
- Set up the logistics to manage your team
- Craft company hypotheses
- Write a value proposition statement that other people understand
- Set up the Website Logistics
- Build a “low-fidelity” web site
- Get customers to the site
- Add the backend code to make the site work
- Test the “problem” with customer data
- Test the “solution” by building the “high-fidelity” website
- Ask for money
(Use the Startup Tools Page as the resource for tool choices)
Find it on Steve Blank’s post.
This is real value added.
I know what you’re thinking, many of these tools can be used for much more than that. While this is true, the reality is, overfloading people with a bunch of tools with no clear purpose is of no help, it’s rubbish.