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The online connection: transforming marketing strategy for small businesses

Lisa Harris, Alan Rae
2010 Journal of Business Strategy  
which is unheard of in the profession.  ...  At present, Facebook's policy is for users to receive a maximum of two sponsored messages per day. Microblogging -the next big thing?  ... 
doi:10.1108/02756661011025017 fatcat:qgv6tu3asnbw5acu6rrtxd6aka

Peer-to-Peer based Social Networks: A Comprehensive Survey [article]

Newton Masinde, Kalman Graffi
2020 arXiv   pre-print
While users aim for privacy and data sovereignty, often the providers aim to monetize the data they store.  ...  Even, federated privately run social networks require a few enthusiasts that serve the community and have, through that, access to the data they manage.  ...  Having peers, data and users in the P2P system with individual identifiers raises the question on how to map the users to peers and how to allow that users change the device they are using to join the  ... 
arXiv:2001.02611v2 fatcat:nrvp45dy3rbnhmajtvqiect3ty

Social networks: the future of marketing for small business

Lisa Harris, Alan Rae
2009 Journal of Business Strategy  
which is unheard of in the profession.  ...  At present, Facebook's policy is for users to receive a maximum of two sponsored messages per day. Microblogging -the next big thing?  ... 
doi:10.1108/02756660910987581 fatcat:pv2fhh2qjvanziq4cxach574qe

The role of social media-led and governmental information in China's urban disaster risk response: the case of Xiamen

Ingrid Boas, Chunci Chen, Hanne Wiegel, Guizhen He
2020 International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction  
We have examined this in the case of Typhoon Meranti that hit the city of Xiamen, China, in September 2016.  ...  Based on an online survey with 630 respondents and an analysis of social media blogs, this case-study shows how Xiamen citizens value official information (transmitted via warning texts or mainstream media  ...  The authors declare that they have no known competing financial interests or personal relationships that could have appeared to influence the work reported in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijdrr.2020.101905 fatcat:cjkvtyhos5bsfk663dqoc6jv4i

Scholarly Twitter metrics [article]

Stefanie Haustein
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Going beyond the limited explanatory power of low correlations between tweets and citations, this chapter considers what types of scholarly documents are popular on Twitter, and how, when and by whom they  ...  Twitter has arguably been the most popular among the data sources that form the basis of so-called altmetrics.  ...  Even the comparably straight-forward identification of a researcher who strictly identifies as such on Twitter, becomes problematic when they shared a paper out of private interests.  ... 
arXiv:1806.02201v2 fatcat:lce3kb7lkzf4tpbjhyaqpszfn4

Discovery of Topical Authorities in Instagram

Aditya Pal, Amaç Herdagdelen, Sourav Chatterji, Sumit Taank, Deepayan Chakrabarti
2016 Proceedings of the 25th International Conference on World Wide Web - WWW '16  
We show that even if biography-based interests are sparse at an individual user level they provide strong signals to infer the topical authorities and let us obtain a high precision authority list per  ...  Our experiments demonstrate that ALF performs significantly better at user recommendation task compared to fine-tuned and competitive methods, via controlled experiments, in-the-wild tests, and over an  ...  Interests via User Biographies The underlying assumption of the previous choice is that we are able to identify and extract users interests.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2872427.2883078 dblp:conf/www/PalHCTC16 fatcat:swdnkb6tpfanzkwihyrge2a42i

To what extent if any has Twitter disrupted hierarchies in forensic pathology?

Ken Obenson
2020 Forensic Science International: Synergy  
Electronic media and the concept of the Wirearchy are influential in facilitating a more direct means of knowledge transfer.  ...  Evaluating the level of public engagement with FPs via Twitter can be supported by the increase in the numbers of a pathologist's followers.  ...  Did the author of the manuscript receive funding, grants, or in-kind support in support of the research or the preparation of the manuscript?  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.fsisyn.2020.03.004 pmid:32518899 pmcid:PMC7269971 fatcat:elaj3qgyjjcvbidydscyo2joae

Your news in 140 characters: exploring the role of social media in journalism

Wilma Stassen
2011 Global Media Journal: African edition  
They have since evolved into powerful tools for communication that are being harnessed by the news media to interact with audiences.  ...  This article explores the use of social media in a local media organisation, and endeavours to determine its value to journalism.  ...  Users on the WAPsite can also register to receive the latest news updates via SMS alert (Momberg, 2009a) .  ... 
doi:10.5789/4-1-15 fatcat:hvowrqzj3zdspiebxxztsoml6i

Designing online professional learning network for developing researcherly dispositions of pre-service teachers

Gürol Yokuş, Tuğba Yanpar Yelken
2019 International Journal of Social Sciences and Education Research  
Also, they help pre-service teachers to value research and update their instructional knowledge.  ...  that the participant teachers become the producer of information via research and their educational qualifications improve.  ...  profession.  ... 
doi:10.24289/ijsser.542112 fatcat:iwqsjds7gbaxdmxxcnps7fvhne

Critical conversations: Social workers' perceptions of the use of a closed Facebook group as a participatory professional space

Deb Stanfield, Liz Beddoe, Neil Ballantyne, Simon Lowe, Nicole Renata
2017 Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work  
They grappled with what constitutes ethical online behaviour and identified the site's limitations and strengths as a place to promote robust professional dialogue on social issues.  ...  and nature of their contributions, how it felt to be a member and what they valued or found problematic about the group.FINDINGS: Those group members benefitted from the resources, research and professional  ...  Those completing the survey were asked to leave a name and contact details if they were willing to contribute further via an interview.  ... 
doi:10.11157/anzswj-vol29iss3id311 fatcat:ivulhkfranf5jpswfkilgjn3la

Chalkboards to Virtual Environments: Technology's Role in Expanding the Classroom to Provide Professional Development and Education for Agricultural Communicators

Theresa Pesl Murphrey, Tracy A. Rutherford, David. L. Doerfert, Leslie D. Edgar, Don W. Edgar, Holli Leggette
2013 Journal of Applied Communications  
The high rate of change in communication technologies was identified as a critical reason for considering the role of technology in the agricultural communications education context.  ...  Technology was identified as enhancing learning in settings that included secondary education, university settings, continuing education, Extension programming, and professional development.  ...  The authors determined that "students did not identify one singular instructional method as being most beneficial and influential" (p. 34).  ... 
doi:10.4148/1051-0834.1116 fatcat:oe44lsk5bnbabo2k6eejpkipha

Towards Deep Learning Prospects: Insights for Social Media Analytics

Malik Khizar Hayat, Ali Daud, Abdulrahman A. Alshdadi, Ameen Banjar, Rabeeh Ayaz Abbasi, Yukun Bao, Hussain Dawood
2019 IEEE Access  
Nevertheless, instead of the technical description, this paper emphasis on describing the SMA-oriented problems with the DL-based solutions.  ...  In this paper, we keenly discuss the practiced DL architectures by presenting a taxonomy-oriented summary, following the major efforts made toward the SM analytics (SMA).  ...  The graph comprises vertices and relationships among vertices. For instance, two people (vertices) can be related to a network if they are connected via a friendship link in the Facebook graph.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2019.2905101 fatcat:65mxyey3frdrfngvbfnfss3gpa

ICTs and Opinion Expression: An Empirical Study of New-Generation Migrant Workers in Shanghai [chapter]

Baohua Zhou
2015 Impact of Information Society Research in the Global South  
In terms of expressive channels, they would like to express more via interpersonal network, followed by new media channels, and least via institutional channels.  ...  The online news and online interaction have been found to be significantly related to the expressive intention through new media, although they have no direct impact on offline expression.  ...  on the earlier manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-287-381-1_14 fatcat:5bwd4enfq5gczhdzm62bqrtlmq

Visualising the Social Media Conversations of a National Information Technology Professional Association

Stuart Palmer
2019 International Journal of Human Capital and Information Technology Professionals  
technology PA and its stakeholders via the Twitter social media system.  ...  The new method proposed and piloted here offers a way for organisations to conceptualise, identify, capture and visualise the large-scale, ephemeral, text conversations about themselves on Twitter, and  ...  visible announcing that they are looking forward to presenting at an ACS event on the topics of 'cyberrisk' and 'data breaches'.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijhcitp.2019010103 fatcat:k2oeeqmtovfmxgrt2ql2uhfj5a

Open challenges for data stream mining research

Georg Krempl, Myra Spiliopoulou, Jerzy Stefanowski, Indre Žliobaite, Dariusz Brzeziński, Eyke Hüllermeier, Mark Last, Vincent Lemaire, Tino Noack, Ammar Shaker, Sonja Sievi
2014 SIGKDD Explorations  
We study the social network structure among Tumblr users, analyze its user generated content, and describe reblogging patterns to analyze its user behavior.  ...  ABSTRACT With the inception of the Twitter microblogging platform in 2006, a myriad of research efforts have emerged studying different aspects of the Twittersphere.  ...  on the challenges in stream mining.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2674026.2674028 fatcat:y3bozzeohveibgxb5wmiwfcogm
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