Google lanza corrección de textos inteligente en Google Docs


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Informan en el blog de Google Docs  que el sistema de corrección de textos usado en el buscador se aplica ahora también dentro de los documentos y presentaciones de Google Docs.

En la nota informan que las sugerencias consiguen entender el contexto, corrigiendo frases como la mostrada en la imagen superior “Icland is an icland.”, donde supo diferenciar las dos palabras (escritas de la misma forma). Leer más “Google lanza corrección de textos inteligente en Google Docs”

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Remindeo, agenda para crear y compartir tareas pendientes

Dado que algo común en la mayoría de nosotros es la facilidad con la que olvidamos cosas y la necesidad de anotar continuamente eventos y tareas para que no se nos olviden, con esta agendadigital podremos anotar cumpleaños, citas y listas de cosas por hacer en los días que deseemos. Por cada entrada, podremos activar los recordatorios que creamos convenientes para que se nos notifiquen los eventos anotados por e-mail o SMS sí así lo deseamos (y no sólo a nosotros si no a otros contactos).

Muy útil tanto para uso laboral, profesional o personal, ya que con Remindeo podrás activar recordatorios relacionados con cualquier tipo de evento.


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Remindeo es un servicio gratuito para añadir tareas pendientes y poder activar recordatorios, tanto para nosotros mismos como si queremos compartir días especiales y tareas importantes con otras personas. Leer más “Remindeo, agenda para crear y compartir tareas pendientes”

The Marketer’s Guide to Tumblr

If not, then here are a few questions you need to ask yourself:

Why do you want to create a Tumblr blog? Just because everyone else is isn’t a good answer. Do you want to build awareness to your brand? Another blog? Do you want to create revenue? Do you want to educate customers? Or improve customer service relations? Your answers will help you create a sustainably successful Tumblr blog.
Who will run the Tumblr blog? Just like running a blog for a small business, you can get a several people throughout your company to use it. But it’s very important that you assign someone to be responsible for it. And if you hire outside help, make sure you establish understood expectations…like who posts, responds to comments, builds a following, engages the Tumblr blogosphere and shares on social media.
Who is your audience? Are you trying to reach a different segment of the market with your Tumblr? It will totally pay off if you take the time to figure out who your audience is and what makes them tick. You can use these marketing research tricks to help you.
What will be the focus behind your Tumblr blog? I’ll go into greater detail below to help you determine your focus.
What are your weaknesses and strengths? Have you been able to adopt other social media strategies successfully…or have they all been a flop? Where your past efforts have failed, you may want to consider hiring someone who is strong in your weaknesses.
Are you truly committed to this effort? Probably one of the most important questions you have to ask yourself when it comes to running a Tumblr blog is this: can you keep this up long term? As anyone who has been in the social media field can tell you…a long-term commitment is critical to success.


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Unless you’ve been sleeping under a rock for the last year, you more than likely have heard about the micro-blogging platform called Tumblr.

The reason you’ve heard of it is simply because of its staggering rise to stardom. By November 2011,Tumblr had grown by 900% in less than a year…passing up its competitor WordPress.

If you haven’t by now, you need to be looking at how to effectively add Tumblr to your marketing efforts. This guide will show you where to start, how to grow your efforts and even how to monetize your Tumblr.

Let’s get started.

Pssst … scroll to the bottom to download the Advanced Marketer’s Guide To Tumblr… Leer más “The Marketer’s Guide to Tumblr”

The Science of Social Timing Part 3: Timing and Blogging


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Timing is everything, and maintaining a blog is no exception to the rule. Learning when your audience is tuning in, and therefore when to post, is mandatory for any successful blogger. In the third and final part of this series we’re going to explore how timing can affect your blog readership.

Data courtesy of Dan Zarrella (@danzarrella), searchengineland.com (@sengineland) and HubSpot. Content available as a webinar by Dan Zarrella hereNote: all of the data below is presented in Eastern Time (EST) unless otherwise noted. Leer más “The Science of Social Timing Part 3: Timing and Blogging”

The Science of Social Timing Part 1: Social Networks


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It’s important to know when the highest percentage of your audience is eavesdropping on your social networks—so that when you share content you’ll get maximum exposure. Use the following data to learn when your audience is most likely to tune in. Be sure to check in with us next week when we discuss timing & email marketing.

Data courtesy of Dan Zarrella (@danzarrella) and HubSpot. Content available as a webinar by Dan Zarrella here. Leer más “The Science of Social Timing Part 1: Social Networks”

The Science of Social Timing Part 2: Timing & Email Marketing


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Are certain times better than others for sending your email campaigns? In the second part of this series we’re going to investigate how timing can impact your email marketing. Data suggests that there are distinct windows in which to send emails if you want to achieve the highest open rate and maximize your readership. When reading this infographic remember: your own email timing data is the best data you can get your hands on!

Data courtesy of Dan Zarrella (@danzarrella), Pure360 (@pure360) and HubSpot. Content available as a webinar by Dan Zarrella here. Leer más “The Science of Social Timing Part 2: Timing & Email Marketing”