Learning from a book (store)

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Learning Seo Can Make You 100K This Year – Here’s How

On July 5, 2011, Posted by , In BLOGGING,NEWS, tagged in ,,,,,, , With Comments Off on Learning Seo Can Make You 100K This Year – Here’s How

For the people who are new to seo, then I will suggest you to start here first to get the heads up on all my seo content. Open Your Ears One thing I have done since the first time I discovered that its possible to make money online, is to educate myself on the whole concept of marketing. Ironically the marketing that has taken me to the next level has been the passion I have for seo. I don’t consider myself an expert in seo, I’m just a guy who have been around Google for over 10 years now and know how things work. I say the only experts in seo are the ones who work for Google when it comes to the department that handle all the search criteria. These are the people who are experts because they know what all it takes to achieve higher rankings without having  …

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The Google Panda Guide – Part 2: Machine Learning And The New Mindset

On May 25, 2011, Posted by , In NEWS, tagged in ,,,,,,, , With Comments Off on The Google Panda Guide – Part 2: Machine Learning And The New Mindset

If you have been hit heavily by the Google Panda penalization, like MasterNewMedia has, one of the hardest thing to do is to understand what is the appropriate frame of mind to get into before starting to fix, modify or correct possible problems.

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Rushing to prune and modify content on your web site may not really get you the results you need, unless you a) understand what is really happening and b) adopt a new attitude about the way you are going to create value for your readers, before worrying about what the search engines want.

With Google Panda looming on the head of many international webmasters, the best advice I can share on how to prepare and recover from it is really not at all about the nitty-gritty of deleting this or avoiding that (though there is a good chunk of that to do too) but about helping you understand how deeply different is this new Panda thing from anything you have seen before and “how” to “think” when it comes to decide what to do with your site.

Let’s start from the basics:

Google has realized that search results have been eroded by low quality sites, MFAs, spammers and scrapers and by those who have invested a great deal of time and resources (SEO work) in testing and exploiting Google existing search algorithms for the benefit of their sites.

To resolve this issue, Google has decided to do three things:

1) To “filter” automatically all of the sites that do not fit its new Panda algorithm.

2) To give increasingly greater credit to indicators and data that cannot be easily gamed. For example: if you look at the quartet of variables made up by Bounce rate, Time on site, Actions on page (e.g.: scroll, print, boookmark, click on ads, no-action, etc.) and Actions after leaving the page, you can get a much better idea of whether someone has derived a benefit from visiting that page or not.

3) To devise an algorithm that builds itself by continuously learning from new data and objectives it is set to go after. This way no-one at Google can really tell what specific variables determine the success or devaluation of a site, because these will be the fruit of software calculations and not of a specific rule and input provided by human beings.

These three points, represent profound changes to how Google has decided to manage low-quality content and to how Google is going to move gradually away from traditional gameable “signals” and into reading into the rich flux of user-data it has been collecting through cookies, toolbars, Google Analytics and Adsense accounts, Youtube accesses and more.

If you are curious and courageous enough to want to find out why these changes are so revolutionary and what would be the best attitude to face them, read on:

SeniorNet launches virtual campus on tech for seniors

On March 2, 2011, Posted by , In NEWS, tagged in ,,,,, , With Comments Off on SeniorNet launches virtual campus on tech for seniors

There is a large segment of the adult population, those above 50, who for different reasons cannot or will not attend classes in a classroom. With this new offering from SeniorNet, a nonprofit organization, seniors who are homebound or have limited mobility now have the opportunity to access 200 online courses on computer skills at […]

Online Learning, Teaching And Education: The Best 2010 Articles And Reports From MasterNewMedia

On January 25, 2011, Posted by , In NEWS, tagged in ,,,,,,,,, , With Comments Off on Online Learning, Teaching And Education: The Best 2010 Articles And Reports From MasterNewMedia

The large adoption of communication and collaboration technologies, alongside the intelligent use and adoption of these tools by a new emergent class of educators, have opened up new horizons for the world of education and learning, by empowering students to be again explorers and active collaborative seekers of their know-how, and by extending the teacher role into one of a guide, coach and supporter rather than the one of the ultimate holder of truth.

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This is why, in our view, the future of education is all about studying, understanding and embracing these new trends while opening up to the new realities of work and entrepreneurship that are emerging inside and around it.

For a growing number of people, learning has in fact already become a lifelong opportunity to master new skills and capabilities, to continuously upgrade one’s own expertise and now, a new direction in which to design and develop high-value business services.

In this MasterNewMedia guide on online learning, teaching and education, you will find the top five interesting essays and articles (according to popularity) that we have published here, in the last 12 months. Specifically:

  • How to publish an online course as a book
  • How to approach learning without falling into the certification-loop
  • How to learn teamwork, critical thinking and communication skills
  • How to prepare yourself for digital citizenship: new media literacies
  • How blogs and wikis are changing the academic publishing process

If you are eager to understand some of the key trends and changes happening in the world of education, and how the goals, expectations and approaches to learning are transforming themselves, you may well find some interesting materials into this curated digest.

DiscoverSkills.com Video Online Learning #1 – What is Video Blogging?

On September 13, 2010, Posted by , In YAHOO, tagged in ,,,,,,,,, , With Comments Off on DiscoverSkills.com Video Online Learning #1 – What is Video Blogging?

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Sara Bareilles learning to enjoy mainstream success

On August 28, 2010, Posted by , In YAHOO, tagged in ,,,,,,,,,, , With Comments Off on Sara Bareilles learning to enjoy mainstream success

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What r some good books to start learning about e-commerce and online marketing?

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Eddie Izzard – Learning French (with subtitles)

On August 8, 2010, Posted by , In YAHOO, tagged in ,,,,,,,,,, , With Comments Off on Eddie Izzard – Learning French (with subtitles)

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Bear Valley campers learning from pros

On July 29, 2010, Posted by , In YAHOO, tagged in ,,,,,,,,,,, , With Comments Off on Bear Valley campers learning from pros

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Why Blog?

On June 26, 2010, Posted by , In NEWS, tagged in ,,,,,, , With Comments Off on Why Blog?

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Lastest Blog News

On June 14, 2010, Posted by , In NEWS, tagged in ,,,,,,,, , With Comments Off on Lastest Blog News

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White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs Launches Twitter Account

On February 14, 2010, Posted by , In NEWS, tagged in ,,,,, , With Comments Off on White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs Launches Twitter Account

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs has launched a Twitter account, @PressSec. His first tweet reads, “Learning about “the twitter” – easing into this with first tweet – any tips?”

The Twitter account’s bio says “An official WH twitter account….