SMMP stage 2 13 june 2011


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Additional class held for stage 2 SMMP in Sydney.

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SMMP stage 2 13 june 2011

  1. 1. SMMP Stage 2 <br />Additional Notes<br />20 June 2011<br />Sydney <br />
  2. 2. Social Data & H2H<br />profiles (who you are)<br />friends (who you're connected to) <br />activities (what you and your friends are doing)<br />human-to-human connections <br />friending<br />following<br />activity feeds<br />gadgets <br />components<br />
  3. 3. Google Social Search<br />If logged in to Google search results highlight relevant content created by or shared by your social connections. <br />Social Search experience is personal and the highlighted content is unique to you and your social connections.<br />Here are some of the types of content you might see:<br />Websites, blogs, and other content shared by or created by your friends<br />Images shared by your social connections<br />Relevant articles from Google Reader subscriptions<br />Profiles of people beneath results for social sites e.g. Twitter and Flickr<br />Web content recommended or shared by others using the +1 button<br />
  4. 4. Social Objects –> Social Gadgets via iGoogle<br />Updates show you what your friends are up to by sharing gadgets, photos, ratings, and more from the social gadgets on your iGoogle page<br />Social gadgets post to updates page<br />Share info: <br />Play games: play friends and track high scores across a group of players<br />Work together: To-Do List gadget <br />See same information as friends and collaborate on projects<br />
  5. 5. Your +1 Social Network<br />When you enable +1<br />People in your Gmail & Google Talk chat list<br />People in your “My Contacts” group in Google Contacts<br />People you follow in Google Reader<br />
  6. 6. PostRank<br />Analysessocial statistics from readers online (like you) to determine what is worth reading. Whether professional or personal interest aim is to minimiseinformation overload.<br />
  7. 7. Google Reader – Cheats <br />Help <br />Video tutorials ( <br /><br />“?” help at any time for short cuts <br />Track real-time updates to web sites, social networksand blogs via RSS feeds<br />Trends ( read,click,share,email, mobile and lifetime)<br />Capture any web pages via notes <br />Share with friends via shared item page (public or private) <br />Browse for stuff (feed bundles) and create your own bundles to share or embed in blog <br />Add subscription (left sidebar) and review (right side) delete via manage subscriptions <br />New items bold <br />Expand/list<br />View all posts or only unread posts “new items" or “all items”<br />Reader player – new, all, star, like, share or by category and shows recommendations<br />Feedly web (application) wrapper for Reader <br />
  8. 8. Interesting RSS Sources and Bundles<br />Bundles (samples) <br /><br /><br />ABC feeds by subject and network<br /><br />Australian Gov by portfolio<br /><br /><br />Australian top feeds/SkyNews/Nine <br /><br /><br /><br />Australian top restaurants (De Groots)<br /><br /><br />Directories<br /><br /><br />
  9. 9. Posterous Usage <br />Email photos, videos, text, documents, audio, music just about anything to :<br />The username in the email address (left hand side) determines where email gets “Autoposted”<br /> autopost)<br />Email a service to Autopost to service type.<br />multiple services to Autopostall services listed<br />Creative use e.g., & Tweetdeck<br />Posterous Groups applications <br />SME intranet, team planning, VIP-advocates, volunteers<br />
  10. 10. Facebook Basics<br /><ul><li>Signing up
  11. 11. Securing Facebook
  12. 12. Edit profile
  13. 13. Profile photos
  14. 14. Pokes
  15. 15. Notifications
  16. 16. Friends, Unfriends & Lists
  17. 17. Like/unlike Pages
  18. 18. News Feed
  19. 19. Wall
  20. 20. Status Updates
  21. 21. Notes
  22. 22. Tagging (status and notes)
  23. 23. Apps
  24. 24. Deleting Account</li></li></ul><li>LinkedIn<br />Beyond recruitment<br />Event creation and promotion<br />Marketing via Groups <br />Strengthen network via interests <br />=><br />
  25. 25. Twitter Found Data and Predictive Google Flu Trends<br />
  26. 26. When does Aus/NZ Tweet?<br />Count of Tweets<br />Hour of Day <br />
  27. 27. When is Aus/NZ Most Happy?<br />Proportion of Tweets with<br />+ve emotion<br />Hour of Day <br />
  28. 28. Which City Swears Most?<br />Proportion of Tweets with<br />profanity<br />City<br />
  29. 29. Which City is Sad ?<br />Proportion of Tweets <br />withsadness<br />City<br />
  30. 30. Which Archetype ?<br />Proportion of Tweets <br />Witharchetype<br />count of tweets<br />
  31. 31. YouTube Leanback<br />YouTube interface designed for Google TV or any other big screen. The great thing about YouTube Leanback is that it doesn't require interaction, so you can quickly watch the videos added to the queue or the latest videos from your subscribed channels.<br />