Importancia de la comunicación offline entre personas, incluso en esta economía conectada // By Isra Garcia


 

Isra García. Human media. Más allá del social media.

No importa lo mucho que estemos vinculados o enganchados a Facebook, Twitter o Pinterest, tampoco a nuestro lector RSS o email, ni siquiera a los blogs. Todavía preferimos el contacto humano, mirar a los ojos cuando hablamos con alguien, conectar con los alumnos en clase, comprobar la reacción de la otra persona al vernos, emocionarnos con historias humanas o sentir el calor de las personas, que gran noticia. Es maravilloso saber que aún tratamos de permanecer humanos, a pesar de Internet y la web social.

Métodos preferidos de Comunicación

 

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Selección de mejores posts con gráficos, diagramas, infografías y mapas | By @Israel_Garcia


 

En este post encontrarás todos los gráficos, diagramas, infografías y mapas mentales que he creado y conceptualizado hasta ahora. Mucho de este contenido ha sido expuesto, difundido y comentado en clases, conferencias, talleres y utilizado por personas y empresas para optimizar su trabajo en la Web Social e Internet.

Via isragarcia.es | @Israel_Garcia

Algunos ya los conocerás, otros no. Algunos de los que hay aquí están pendientes de revisión y re-diseño. Eso siempre a cargo del fantástico y brillante trabajo de Luis Calabuig.

Listado recursos estratégicos

En breve llegarán dos nuevos. Aquí también podrás encontrar la selección con lo mejor del mes en isragarcia.es, actualizado cada mes.

Isra García. Human media. Más allá del social media.

 

Internet 2010 in numbers

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Internet 2010 in numbers

What happened with the Internet in 2010?

How many websites were added? How many emails were sent? How many Internet users were there? This post will answer all of those questions and many, many more. If it’s stats you want, you’ve come to the right place.

We used a wide variety of sources from around the Web to put this post together. You can find the full list of source references at the bottom of the post if you’re interested. We here at Pingdom also did some additional calculations to get you even more numbers to chew on.

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What the F**K is Social Media [SLIDESHARE]


by jeremywaite

If you’ve not seen this before – I hope it informs, educates and inspires you in the same way that it made me look at a few more things differently…. (Thanks Jacquelyn & Marta)

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What is your online engagement strategy?

A while ago I read a great blog about LinkedIn connection strategies called Are You a LION, Turtle, Hound Dog, or Alley Cat? What’s Your LinkedIn Strategy? The author presented four basic connection strategies. 1) The LION (LinkedIn Open Networker), who connects with everyone and everything without much thought behind the connections; 2) The Turtle, which is the opposite of the LION and only connects with those he/she already knows and trusts; 3) The Hound Dog, who connects to those he/she already knows and those he/she would like to know, and accepts connections only from those thought to be beneficial; and 4) The Alley Cat, who connects to those already known and those he/she would like to know (like the Hound Dog) but accepts connections from anyone. Of course the conclusion was to use what is best for you personally. This got me to thinking about the next step, how do people engage their network after they connect with others.


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A while ago I read a great blog about LinkedIn connection strategies called Are You a LION, Turtle, Hound Dog, or Alley Cat? What’s Your LinkedIn Strategy? The author presented four basic connection strategies. 1) The LION (LinkedIn Open Networker), who connects with everyone and everything without much thought behind the connections; 2) The Turtle, which is the opposite of the LION and only connects with those he/she already knows and trusts; 3) The Hound Dog, who connects to those he/she already knows and those he/she would like to know, and accepts connections only from those thought to be beneficial; and 4) The Alley Cat, who connects to those already known and those he/she would like to know (like the Hound Dog) but accepts connections from anyone. Of course the conclusion was to use what is best for you personally. This got me to thinking about the next step, how do people engage their network after they connect with others.

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