The team infographics are now posted to the infographics site Visual.ly, too. Here are the links:
I’ll add the number of views there to the ones on Flickr for the final tallies of most viewed infographics.
Topic Focus: Traffic control: making sense with Google analytics
Tool Focus: Google Analytics
Watch this video: Beginning Analytics: Interpreting and Acting on Your Data:
image credit: 13 by psd, on Flickr
Here are the viewing statistics for the team infographics as recorded on Flickr:
- New NFL Labor Deal • 129 views / Nobody counts New NFL Labor Deal as a favorite / 0 comments
- Guide to Hip Hop Slang: A newbie’s guide to the vernacular of a generation • 110 views / Nobody counts Guide to Hip Hop Slang: A newbie’s guide to the vernacular of a generation as a favorite / 0 comments
- Coffee Wars: Starbucks vs. Dunkin’ Donuts • 91 views / Nobody counts Coffee Wars: Starbucks vs. Dunkin’ Donuts as a favorite / 0 comments
- Health and Fitness Obsession • 69 views / Nobody counts Health and Fitness Obsession as a favorite / 0 comments
- History of Data Storage • 65 views / Nobody counts History of Data Storage as a favorite / 0 comments
- Healthy Eating Habits • 61 views / Nobody counts Healthy Eating Habits as a favorite / 0 comments
- Obesity in America • 55 views / 1 person counts this as a favorite / 0 comments
- What America Thinks of its Great Landmarks: Popular tourism destinations • 50 views / Nobody counts What America Thinks of its Great Landmarks: Popular tourism destinations as a favorite / 0 comments
In first 2 hours after posting:
- Philly Campus Crime Rates • 21 views / Nobody counts Philly Campus Crime Rates as a favorite / 0 comments
- Rhythm Through Time • 18 views / Nobody counts Rhythm Through Time as a favorite / 0 comments
- Top 3 fast food chains in the world • 11 views / Nobody counts Top 3 fast food chains in the world as a favorite / 0 comments
Remembered, there will be a prize for the team that generates the most views for their infographic. Start promoting your infographic around the web wherever you think people will be interested!
I successfully downloaded infographics for 8 out of the 12 groups. Because many of the file sizes are quite large and all of the infographics are of various different difficult to scale sizes, I decided to load them up to my Flickr account. There are multiple advantages to using Flickr for this:
- When we want to embed the images, we can take advantage of the functionality that Flickr provides of automatically rescaling images.
- It’ll also give us a single consistent link that all of us can use to embed and promote an image, regardless of the size.
- Because I have a Flickr Pro account, and I’ll have advanced metrics I can share with the class for how many views the image gets.
- Because all of the images will be loaded into these same “InfoGraphics” set in my Flickr account, it’ll make it easier for people to discover additional a second (or third) infographic after they find the first one.
- Today I will link to all 8 of the available infographics on the class facebook page. Please share these posts and encourage your friends to “like” them as well. (The rest will go up as available.)
- Today I will share all 8 on Tumblr.
- Over the next week, I will post 1 to 2 infographics per day on my blog. The post titles also appear on the front page of the department website and in my twitter feed.
I encourage each of you to promote your team’s infographics as well as any classmates that you find particularly interesting. To make it easier to consistently track the total number of views for each image, link back to the Flickr pages.
- Impact of new NFL labor deal
- Health and fitness obsessed
- Healthy eating habits
- America’s Great Landmarks
- Guide to hip hop slang
- History of computer data storage
- Coffee Wars
- Obesity in America
Topic Focus: What’s social got to do with search?
Tool Focus: Social presence management
image credit: No 12 – faded black by kirstyhall, on Flickr
Topic Focus: What’s a page rank? Getting started with SEO
Skim the Wikipedia page on Page Rank to be able to answer these questions:
1. What is page rank used for?
2. What is the primary thing that influences page rank?
Tool Focus: Location-based services and QR Codes
Read: Pick 3 articles on this page to read — AniseSmith QR codes
image credit: No 11 – black on white by kirstyhall, on Flickr
Last night’s class: watch again on FoxCapture.
View the Prezi presentation:
Wed 11/2 Class Plans
We’re changing a few things up this evening.
- The guest presentation by Josh Rosen, Marketing Manager – Campbells Kitchen, has been postponed until Wednesday, November 8.
- We will spend time (a) discussing the assigned reading on social media ROI, (b) discussing Google+, and having the scheduled individual presentations.
- I’m also setting aside time for brief meetings with each group for feedback on your Infographics. (For some groups this may be quite brief, for others a little bit longer.)
General Infographic Feedback
- For (a) include something along the lines of: This infographic was prepared by X, Y, and Z for Prof. Johnson’s Social Media Innovation course at Temple U. Fox School of Business. bit.ly/mis3538
- For (b), include something along the lines of: “Data from: url, url, url”, “Image credits: …, …, … “. If there are an overwhelming number of credits, you create a page at the class blog with them and point to that page… “See http://community.mis.temple.edu/mis3538b2/teameight for data source and image credits.”
- Time permitting, update as per above feedback.
- Save the most recent version of your group’s infographic as either a JPG or PNG format file.
- Either (a) upload that version to your group Wiki page or (b) somewhere else accessible via the classroom computer
As announced in class this week there are a large number of new activities available for completion. As a reminder, in addition to the required tasks you also need to do some “your choice” tasks for successful completion of the social media innovation in action activities.
Here are the highlights of the new tasks. All of the details of each activity are included in the activity list.
|BLOG.FBLIKE||75||Add a working Facebook like button to your blog|
|BLOG.PLUSONE||75||Add a working Google +1 button to your blog|
|BLOG.TFOLLOW||75||Add a working Twitter “follow me” button on your blog|
|BLOG.QUOTE||50||Prepare a blog post that is primarily based on quoting sections of and reacting to the content of someone else’s blog post or article|
|BLOG.PHOTO||50||Prepare a blog post that is solely comprised of an original photo|
|EXP.KLOUT||25||Sign up with Klout and give StevenLJohnson a +K|
|EXP.PEERINDEX||25||Sign up with Peerindex|
|EXP.SCOOPIT||100||Create a topic at scoop.it and add at least 10 items|
|EXP.PINTEREST||100||Create a board at pinterest with at least 15 items|
|EXP.TUMBLR||100||Create a Tumblr and reblog at least 10 items from other people|
Now that we further along in the semester, I am purposely providing less details on how to complete these activities! Part of the activity itself it to figure out exactly how to complete the activity. Nonetheless, once you have started working on an activity if you get totally stuck let me know what you’ve tried so far and I’ll be glad to provide some further pointers.