Social Learning for Associations: What to Expect in a Modern LMS

Talented Learning

Social learning. Yet no one can define “social learning” in a nutshell, because there is no universally accepted meaning. Almost always, we find association leaders who are unsure about precisely where social functionality should fit into their learning strategies, and which social features are best for their members’ needs. Public social media vs. private association social learning? Social at the member, group or content level?

How the Q&A Model Increases E-Learning Engagement

ICDTranslation

People always search for new information and the internet is one of the easiest ways to receive an answer to your question. You can google your question and come up with a great variety of articles on the topic – some from quite prestigious and trusted sources, while others turn out to be absolutely irrelevant to your topic or presenting a fun side to the problem if any. Answers, and social media such as Twitter or Facebook. .

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Bob Little – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

Learnnovators

Learnnovators: In this age where PR has greatly transformed with the power of social media networking, how significant is it still for organizations to rely on external professional PR services such as yours vis-à-vis building in-house PR capability to build brand and customer relationships? Bob: You’re right that social media has transformed the way that PR works – and it’s increased its effectiveness immeasurably, at least in the business-to-business sector.

Online Reputation Management: 9 Techniques for the Prosperity of Your Brand

Your Training Edge

This could involve things as simple as reaching out to your customers to encourage them to leave a good review, to widening your content net so that you cover more platforms, and reach more people. The opposite is to be proactive, which means you’re actively searching our negative reviews, areas for improvement, and doing your best to reach out to unhappy clients and customers. People love to see businesses that are approachable and personable.

SEO For Course Creators and Membership Site Owners with Lindsay Halsey of Pathfinder SEO

LifterLMS

Lindsay shares what she has found to be the two common solutions to getting found on search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing. Lindsay recommends the tool AnswerThePublic that allows you to find what people search for based off of keywords to help you better position your content. And the other solution is DIY, where you bridge together courses, tools, and a lot of sweat equity to try to help get your site more visibility in the search engines.

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