“I would trade all my technology for an afternoon with Socrates.”
“Studying sucks!” – said no one ever. Well, that will be your school of thought once you’ve swotted up on the apps, tips, tools and tricks featured here in this handy guide to the very best apps for students. Containing everything you need to get your head down and get stuck into work, tuition, or exam prep, this will fast become your fail-safe document for technology apps.
We’ve compiled the very best applications and sites from around the Internet to ensure that no afternoon spent holed up in your room drowning in work is ever really that bad. Sure, studying isn’t always on the top of your agenda but we’re aiming to ensure it soon will be. From organisational apps to the completely bonkers (and everything in between!), you’ll love this one-stop shop to improved grades. So grab a cuppa and a good (dunk-able!) biscuit or two – and get reading!
Can you hear me now? If you’re a social media marketer, the answer should be a resounding “yes.” Social media monitoring—listening to what users are saying about your…
Copy is writing that sells, so by definition, it has to be compelling. Does your copy also have to be concise? Yes. Does it have to be clear? Absolutely. Brevity and clarity will ensure that your message is digestible, which is important if you want your words to be read and understood with ease. That said, the clearest, most concise copy ever written is still a bust if it doesn’t compel its readers to act.
Do you use Twitter in your social media marketing? Want to be more efficient and productive on the platform? To talk about a wide range of Twitter tools for social media marketers, I interview Ian Anderson Gray…
Do you feel like a ghost when it comes to your Facebook presence?
If you only expect to reach your Facebook page fans through organic posts, then chances are, you’re feeling that way.
According to the Locowise Facebook Analyser, the average organic reach of Facebook page posts is currently 10.59%.
If you’re someone like me who has 6,000 fans and likes to share articles related to the marketing industry — you might get lucky and have a post that organically reaches 13.3% of your audience.
But more than likely — you’re probably looking at something like this.
Heard in the SchneiderB Forum
Does anyone have any suggestions on the best way to measure our advertising effectiveness, specifically our off-line advertising?
We currently advertise in our local papers and church bulletins (we’re a Catholic school), monthly periodicals, we have yard signs placed at strategic locations…how do we know if it’s working other than having a prospective tell us they saw our ad/sign? Or is that the only way?