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Whether you are working in social media, adwords or elsewhere, spend half an hour generating new content ideas. To fulfill this requirement you may link to tweets or other media or copy paste it below.

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Here you can find the strategy/content I will be using starting in the 2019 school year.

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For improve the content and the result of the Adwords campaign I recommend to create a list of ban words.

From my first analyze this is the words we should ban:
 
fucking = 4 clicks  ($2.89)
sex = 9 clicks ($5.75)
Relationship + student = 2 clicks ($0.78)
xxx = 3 click ($1.44)
porn = 1 click ($0.57)
sexy = 1 click ($0.29)

All this words represent 8.72% of our expenses on google Adwords on the last 30 days
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This is the image for the draft Linkedin article I wrote: 4 Ways Digital Badges Are Bridging the Skills Gap

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Draft article to post to Linkedin: Four Ways Digital Badges Are Bridging the Skills Gap -by Guensie Grecy

Four Ways Digital Badges Are Bridging the Skills Gap
   
    The National Federation of Independent Businesses reported that 45 percent of small businesses were unable to find qualified applicants to fill job openings in the first quarter of 2017. The skills gap is frequently attributed as the reason these middle skill jobs aren’t being filled.

Below are 4 ways that digital badges can help bridge this skills gap.
  1. Digital Badging encourages learning new skills. By recognizing individual participants, participants are encouraged to continue learning new skills to show their employer or future employers the skills they are building. This creates a larger pool of qualified candidates for future positions and in their current position.
  2. Digital badging allows employers to create ways for employees to build the specific skills that the employer needs and also personalize the experience based on how the participants will best learn that skill. Traditional methods of education are often a "one size fits all" approach. They don't adapt to the learner or the teacher's methods for creating a learning environment. 
  3. Digital Credentialing also provides a flexible way of learning. Many people are hindered from learning new skills because of certain barriers that come along with traditional methods of education. (ie cost, physical commute, time constraints, etc) With digital badging, participants can earn badges around their schedule and from the comfort of their own home.
  4. Digital Credentialing allows companies to dive into keeping up with technological advancements head first. As technology advances at such a fast pace, many traditional educational organizations have a hard time keeping up. By using a digital platform as an education method, a company encourages employees to be technologically savvy. Badges also allow a company to keep their employees up to date on the latest technological advances and be more results driven, as badges are a representation of what you can do not just what you’ve done. 
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Small professional guensie 10 months ago

Non-degree ‘badges’ are booming. Are they really useful?

PBS NewsHour

Non-degree 'badges' are booming. Are they really useful?

When graduate student Atis Degro got an email about a George Mason University course in resilience last year, he had to look up what the word meant. He was also curious about the credential being offered for successfully completing the course: not a conventional degree or a certificate, but a "badge."
Small professional guensie 10 months ago

How To Make Your Workplace Ready For Gen Z

Forbes

How To Make Your Workplace Ready For Gen Z

Generation Z is about to change the face of the workforce. These new workers don't remember a world without the internet and smartphones. They've witnessed hard times for their parents during the Great Recession. They're coming of age in the era of #MeToo. And no, they're not Millennials.
Small professional guensie 10 months ago

How Everyone Benefits from Badging: A Guide to Mainstreaming Digital Credentials

The EvoLLLution

How Everyone Benefits from Badging: A Guide to Mainstreaming Digital Credentials

Digital badging has been on our radar in one form or another since the mid 2000s. Think about your first Xbox experience years ago, when you'd gleefully collect digital badges for each new level you conquered in your favorite game. Or perhaps you're currently using fitness trackers with apps that send along encouraging badges and fireworks [...]
Small professional guensie 10 months ago

This is the link to an article that can be shared on Twitter, Fb, and Linkedin

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Digital Badges Give Professionals a Visible, Portable Record of Their Accomplishments

The concept of open or digital badges began in 2010 through a collaboration between Mozilla, the MacArthur foundation, and Peer 2 Peer University. These early proponents of the Open Badge system hoped to create a way for lifelong learners to display their credentials in a way that was visible, portable, and relatable, no matter the type of skill development or coursework completed.
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