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7 Things to Consider Before Teaching an Online Course by Ben Russell

Monday, March 28th, 2016


  • Online learning, also referred to as web-based learning, allows people to take credit-bearing course via the Internet on computers or even mobile devices. Increasingly, online courses are more available and popular, forcing many universities to invest in systems to offer them.
  • One reason for this trend is the growing number of education seekers and their ever-increasing need to acquire additional or fresh academic qualifications. In the present business and professional world, it is necessary to keep on adding value to one’s existing qualifications to get a better job or to become more indispensable. Technology is bringing changes and innovations so fast that it has become essential for every professional to continue learning new techniques and update existing knowledge.
  • Due to time constraints, many people do not find it convenient to attend face-to-face classes to fulfill these requirements so they look for non-traditional techniques that can offer options to learn online without having to quit their present job. Online learning is the best tool to help meet the demands of continuous learning.
  • Online training can be of two types: synchronous and asynchronous. Synchronous learning has the advantage of real time or live access to the instructor with immediate and direct feedback. Asynchronous learning results in delayed feedback but is economical. The choice of learning depends upon the urgency and financial background of the learner.

1. Proper Understanding of the Topic

  • Higher educational establishments should employ appropriate resources and well-trained, experienced and erudite professionals for teaching their courses. Students should receive value for the time and money they spend in order to improve themselves or the institution will eventually lose. Remember that a good teacher can help develop good scholars and together they contribute in building credibility for the organization.

2. Point-to-Point Interaction and Support

  • It is a natural tendency of human beings to lose interest if there is no continuous motivation and monitoring. This is especially true in case of education. Therefore, a higher educational establishment, which provides online learning must provide enhanced interaction, which can be delivered through live streaming sessions, forums, live chats, and virtual classrooms with lecturers to keep the learners interest alive and burning.

3. Extra Tools and Resources

  • Students should also have access to many options. For example, there should be a full package of written material. The package may include lecture notes, revision kits and access to online libraries. Also, a person should be able to use self-assessment tools for monitoring progress.

4. Benefits of the Course

  • Benefits of courses should be considered from the learners’ point of view. Courses should be oriented in such way that they fulfill desired goals of the learners, like getting jobs, promotions, and career advancement.

5. New Technology and Accessibility Features

  • With modern technology evolving continuously, online education should be more accessible. Also, the comprehension of the educational material should be continuously improved.

6. Availability with Accessible Document Formats

  • Education material should be available in structured formats like Word, Excel or Notepad, for example. Avoid tools which use fancy formats and expensive require applications as they place onerous financial demands on the students.

7. Provide simple and consistent navigation

  • Students are more favorable to websites or applications that have a simple and comfortable navigation menus that helps them easily access information. It is vital that you have a user interface that is intuitive so that students can focus on the course content rather than learning the system.

Ben Russel

  • Ben teaches students how to write a contrast essay as well as other types of essays contributing to various educational platforms including (Disclaimer: DrDougGreen.Com does not support the purchase of completed papers for the purpose of satisfying course requirements.)
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When it comes to teenage safety, which is more important? Privacy or Safety? by Hillary Smith

Thursday, January 7th, 2016

Privacy vs Safety pic

When it comes to teenage safety, which is more important? Privacy or Safety? by Hillary Smith offers sound advice for parents who have children approaching the age where they will have their own smartphone. This article also contains several excellent links to sites that reinforce and add depth to this fine effort. Thanks Hillary.


  • There’s a lot to love about teens, but there are also some problems that we face as parents, and a few of these problems are worse than those where two cherished values come into conflict. There are, however, conversations that we need to have with our teens in light of the impact of modern technology. In this post I’ll take a look at where the values of privacy and safety stand and what we should do to deal with problems and how you might avoid them.

Teens Want Privacy Too.

  • As children grow older, they naturally start trying to acquire more privacy in their lives. They stop telling us everything they’re doing, develop more of a sense of modesty, and sometimes even go behind our backs to make the nicest things. It’s not just children, though. One look at the outcry over government surveillance programs makes it clear that our whole society cares about privacy. You can’t blame teens for wanting something when we tell them it’s good to have it, right?

Safety and the Teenage Brain

  • That’s when the other shoe hits. We love teens, but biology has long since proven that teen brains are still under construction. This means that they literally do not have the mental capacity to truly understand their actions or the consequences that could arise from the things they do.
  • This is especially true for impulse-driven behaviors that offer immediate rewards, which is exactly what the Internet and Social Media cater to. Posting a picture from a party may be fun now, but what if a potential employer looks at that picture five years from now and denies them a job as a result?
  • Most teens aren’t thinking about that sort of thing, and it could cost them. The key issue with online safety is that many of the threats aren’t immediate. Damage can often take place months or years afterwards. As parents, we want to keep our kids as safe as possible, but we also want to give them privacy and independence. How are these values supposed to be reconciled?

Watching Teens Over Time

  • The best answer may be a little of both. It goes like this. When your child first gains access to technology or new technology, such as adding a their own smartphone to their technological tools, watch them closely and carefully. We’re not trying to invade their privacy here, we’re just trying to make sure they understand what they’re doing and that they can be trusted to use the device without supervision. Over the next few years after they get their first smartphone, they can slowly gain more privileges and privacy. Smartphones can be addictive, so it’s best to start small and limit them to only an hour or two of access each day, gradually increasing the limit as they demonstrate their responsibility and maturity.
  • “Wait a sec,” you might be saying, “Doesn’t not having the phone on them defeat the purpose of having it in the first place?” That’s a fair question, and the answer is no. First of all, teens no longer regard phones as phones. They’re personal entertainment devices with portable connections to the internet, and the ability to make phone calls is just a secondary function. Secondly, most teens have no need for access to the device all day, every day. You can give it to them when you’re heading out for the day, but they don’t need it at all times. If someone really needs to call them, they can use the house phone or your phone if you don’t have a land line.
  • On top of that, if they need the smartphone during or after school, make sure they’re not using it during class without the teacher’s permission as they’re a known distraction from learning. You may also want to use monitoring software to be sure they’re not sending messages when they should be listening to the teacher. They should know about the monitoring, too. Children who know they’re being watched are far less likely to misbehave.
  • In short, stick with the old adage of ‘Safety First’ and give your teens the right to privacy when you know they can stay safe on their own.

Hillary Smith

  • Hillary was born and raised in Austin, TX. She is a free-lance journalist whose love of gadgets, technology and business has no bounds. After becoming a parent she now enjoys writing about family and parenting related topics. You can reach her by email at
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13 Online Resources and Collaboration Tools To Engage Classrooms by Julie Petersen

Sunday, April 3rd, 2016


  • Collaborative learning involves people actively working together to solve a problem. It’s an exercise in teamwork and communication, and it’s imperative for educators to integrate collaborative edtech tools that are now available into their curriculums. Students need to learn interactively and to enthusiastically engage in their own educations. It’s a teacher’s duty to instill this in their students, and there are a large variety of easily accessible options that support the fundamental activities of collaborative learning. The search to find the right tool can be long and taxing. Don’t waste time and energy sorting through ineffective tools. Review the following tools now to begin enhancing your classroom experience.
  • Finding the best tool for your classroom isn’t an exact science. However, there is always a resource available that can offer a more collaborative and interactive experience for students. Teachers should always be open to new ideas and encourage students to do the same. Educators must be able to connect with classrooms on a real and effective level. In a constantly connected world, they need to take advantage of the tech resources available. There are plenty of engaging educational communities waiting to be explored, you just have to know where to look.

1. Google Drive

  • Google Drive is an excellent and free tool for a teacher that offers useful function like constructing tests, storing documents and sharing materials with classrooms. It’s also an efficient storage service that integrates with a variety of extensions (such as Google Calendar and Google Classroom).

2. Ask Peterson

  • The author of this blog provides viewers with educational articles, study guides, essay samples and other helpful tools. Educators can use the material in the classroom and look to the blog for general student life tips that will help them better relate to their students.


  • This brainstorming platform is intelligent and used by reputable sources such as Stanford University. The creatively applicable tool allows teachers to openly practice divergent thinking, mind mapping and flow chart creation with their students.

4. Edmodo

  • Edmodo is a secure and simple way for teachers to connect with their students. It helps teachers create a more collaborative and interactive blended learning experience and to discover and share valuable resources from around the globe.

5. Ninja Essays

  • This professional writing service is composed of highly qualified tutors and writers. If you’re struggling to grab the interest of your students, have them check out the blog full of inspiration. Or include the free writing guide or writing contests in your lesson plans.

6. TitanPad

  • TitanPad lets multiple users work on a document simultaneously. Teachers can create (free) public pads and highlight each user to identify who is working on what. They should encourage students to use the platform when working on group assignments or study sessions.

7. thinkbinder

  • ThinkBinder lets students participate in live study sessions with their classmates (via text and video), directly share information and keep group schedules organized. It’s an effective and efficient edtech tool that will actively engage students during group learning processes.

8. Twilda

  • This self-dubbed “web-based meeting playground” is a useful source for teachers that acts as a mediator for co-browsing. Students and classrooms can actively search the web and research ideas together in real time. It’s also free of cost, and no sign-up required.

9. Bounce App

  • The Bounce app is a fun way for students and teachers to share ideas and information. Examine any web page with the simple screen shot and note taking abilities, and easily share information with students or vice versa. The app also works with Notable to allow workgroup collaboration on any assignment.

10. Wiggo

  • This free group platform provides meet-ups, list making, messaging capabilities, calendar customization and sharing. It’s one of the most comprehensive collaboration tools a teacher can utilize. Manage an entire classroom experience through one source and give students an insightful option for communication.

11. Vyew

  • Vyew is a digital whiteboard that educators can use to create using images or documents, and to make notes anywhere they like. The boards may be immediately shared and viewed by an entire class. Vyew nurtures better data visualizations and a more interactive learning experience.

12. Yammer

  • Yammer is like the Facebook for project management and teams. It’s a private social platform that brings together specific groups of people working on an assignment together. Teachers can use Yammer to offer students a single destination for all files, documents and any news.

13. Entri

  • This web-based tool allows educators to create and share assignments or notes, or for students to create drafts before submittal. This offers a safe space for editing and feedback and is an effective way for teachers to communicate with their students in an unintimidating environment.

Julie Petersen

  • Julie is a language tutor, a freelance writer and a content marketing specialist. She is running her own writing services reviews blog at the moment. Check one of her latest blog posts about Bid4Papers. You can also contact Julie on Linkedin.
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All Tech Minded Deans Should Read These 7 Books by Mary Walton

Friday, October 28th, 2016

All Tech Minded Deans Should Read These 7 Books – Being a Dean is no easy feat. There’s a lot of pressure put on you from all sides to make a difference in your role. It’s up to you how you go about defining yourself and that role at your school. If you want some help and guidance, these seven books reviewed by Mary Walton are a great place to start.
– Being a Dean is no easy feat. There’s a lot of pressure put on you from all sides to make a difference in your role. It’s up to you how you go about defining yourself and that role at your school. If you want some help and guidance, these seven books reviewed by Mary Walton from Santa Monica, CA are a great place to start. Follow her on Twitter at @marywalton27.

1. Positive Academic Leadership: How To Stop Putting Out Fires And Start Making A Difference, by Jeffrey L. Buller

  • As a Dean, you probably find that you’re often racing around trying to fix problems. Once you’ve put one fire out, there’s another one you have to contend with. It’s an exhausting process, but you don’t have to work like this. This book shows you how to look at your work in a different way, and become a coach and counselor for your staff. This way there will be far less crises to deal with on a day to day basis.

2. The College Administrator’s Survival Guide, by C. K. Gunsalus

  • If you become the head of a department, you’ve probably found that you’re deep in a situation that you’re really not trained for. You’re a professor, and you’re not equipped to deal with the thousands of problems that happen every day. This book uses real life examples to help you get to grips with this new role. “If I hadn’t read this book, I would have felt utterly lost. Thankfully, I now have the knowledge to approach any issue and solve it easily,” says Frank Muller, head of department at Assignment Help Service.

3. The Changing Nature Of The Academic Deanship: ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Research Report, by Mimi Wolverton et. al.

  • Becoming a Dean is a cause for celebration, but it comes with its own set of challenges. With resources ever strained and new problems being created by an ever evolving student body, how do you cope? This book offers six distinct strategies to get you through.

4. Seasons Of A Dean’s Life: Understanding The Role And Building Leadership Capacity, by Walt Gmelch, Dee Hopkins and Sandra Damico

  • This book draws on real life experiences of over 50 current Deans, to truly understand what the role entails and what is needed of any Dean. Linda Sanders, a Dean herself, says “I was impressed that they drew from the experiences of so many people in the same position as me. I felt the advice given was really genuine.”

5. Change Leadership In Higher Education: A Practical Guide To Academic Transformation, by Jeffrey L. Buller

  • A Dean often has to lead their school through changes, and that process can go one of two ways. If you want to enact positive changes that your staff can get behind, this is the book for you. “I felt that this book really understands the practicalities of being a Dean,” says Nina Davies, former dean.

6. Building The Academic Leadership: Strategies For Success, by Gary S. Krahenbuhl

  • No Dean can be fully prepared for their first day in their new role, but some prepping is highly useful. This book will lead you through what you need to know for your new job, and how to handle any challenges that are thrown at you.

7. The Essential Department Chair: A Comprehensive Desk Reference, by Jeffrey L. Buller

  • This book is the essential ‘how to’ guide for any department chair. “It’s helped me so much again and again,” says department head Roger Leaves from UK Admissions Service, “It has practical examples of almost any situation you’ll come across.” It’s a guide that you can dip into whenever the need arises, and you’re sure to use it again and again.
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Basic Tips on Writing a Successful Book Review from AdvancedWriters.Com

Monday, November 23rd, 2015

Basic Tips on Writing a Successful Book Review from AdvancedWriters.Com offers great advice for professionals and students who need to do book reviews. This is a more complex process than the book summaries I do here. Their blog offers learning opportunities you can follow for free to improve your writing. If your organization is in a pinch for good copy, this looks like a good place to go. This post is a sample of their work.


  • Writing a book review is not as simple as just summarizing the book’s content. It offers you an opportunity to give a critical and honest discussion of the book. As a book reviewer, you should be combining analytical, accurate reading with a strong personal response. A good book reviewer thoroughly describes what is on the page, analyzes on the book’s purpose, and how it tried to achieve it, while also expressing arguments and reactions from a unique and honest perspective.

Re-Read The Book

  • Re-read the book multiple times as repeated reading of the story leads the reader to view different and hidden aspects of the story. It allows one to see the characters and the setting of the story in a different and unique way. You can write down various notes or record your impressions and thoughts of the book’s chapters. The ideas must not necessarily be in order, as they are just there as reminders in case you forget anything.

Check Field of Study

  • You must consider how well the book justifies its own field of study or genre. If it is necessary, you may read and familiarize yourself with the subject. You can buy similar books, who concern the same genre or topic, and based on those, you can consider writing a final review comparing how the book stayed original to the genre, whether it did anything unique, or if it stayed true to the subject.

Pay Attention to Theme

  • The theme is usually the overall message or lesson that the readers perceive between the lines or in the conclusion. The theme can be a fundamental or universal idea, explored in the story of the book. Authors may also present several themes in their writing, especially if it is a fictional work. Some points to consider here are that you must always pay attention to all the quotes, references, or preface in the book’s introduction. This will highlight the book’s major themes, and the overall viewpoint of the author. Moreover, after you have read the book several times, you can sum up the book in a single word or short phrase. Afterwards, you can expand the meaning of the word further with a message or a lesson.

Research on Author’s Writing Style

  • You must observe the author’s writing style, and see if the style suits the book’s audience. It is an important thing to note that one’s author style heavily influences the subject and the expressions, which are conveyed to the audience. It helps bring out the subject better and provides justice to the genre. Depending on the writing style, the author can present the viewpoint a lot better and to their desired audience. If you wish to research more about writing styles, you can follow this blog.
  • Analyzing the book carefully heavily influences your book review. By observing and following the above-mentioned things, one will be able to write a great book review, and point out all the major points, aspects, and characters. You will be understanding the concept of the book better and be able to express it better. You can check AdvancedWriters and its essay writing help for better understanding the concept of writing book reviews.
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Combining Fun and Education: The Importance of Museums by Vee Cecil

Saturday, October 15th, 2016


Combining Fun and Education: The Importance of Museums by Vee Cecil explains why museums are important to society and why they should be a centerpiece of education at home and in school.

Museums Are Important

  • Museums have been a staple of Western society for centuries. They hold the rarest, most invaluable, and important artifacts from both past and present. Though some people may brush history off as boring, there is far more to see when you visit a museum.
  • Some museums contain hands-on exhibits that explain science to the layperson, others hold modern works of art, and you might even find one with an extensive collection of teacups. Regardless of the theme, museums are an important part of society. There are several compelling reasons to visit and support museums in your local area and around the world.

They Preserve Cultures

  • With globalization, cultures are dying at an unprecedented rate, leaving their remains to museums. Without careful preservation of documents and artifacts, many of these cultures would be lost to history. With museums, these cultures can be remembered, preserved, and possibly even revived. With heritage programs, the information held by museums can help a group revive aspects of their culture that would have otherwise been lost. Check out The importance of preserving cultural artifacts: A look at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Islamic Wing by Thomas Campbell.

They Teach Kids to Be Excited About Learning

  • For most kids, there is nothing more exciting during the school year than a class field trip. Trips to museums allow students to abandon the traditional, lecture-based learning, get some hands-on education, and see beautiful visual aids that would be impossible to replicate in a classroom, even as part of a video. Hands-on learning is critical to engaged learning, and even teachers may learn some tips and tricks to keeping their kids interested. Check out useful lesson plans here.

They Showcase New Ideas and Technology

  • In art museums, patrons find themselves exposed to new, innovative ideas from modern artists alongside historic pieces for comparison. Science museums break down technologies, allowing the average person to grasp the complex ingenuity that goes into their everyday staples. Many museums even have apps, displaying their connection to the modern world. Exposure to new things and ideas is critical in order for a person to continue to grow and learn. Though school may end, learning should not. You can also check out six museum apps for virtual field trips.

They Are a Fun and Beneficial Option for Family Outings

  • Family outings are usually kid-centric with parents sacrificing their own interest in order to please their kids. Museums, on the other hand, are interesting and fun for all involved. Children get to see their parents excited about learning, creating a positive example.
  • Museums also expose kids to a number of different subjects, teaching them the importance of things like art, science, and cultural acceptance. Though a trip to a playground is positive for kids’ fitness, museums are one of the best family-friendly activities that work the mind and expand kids’ horizons.
  • Museums are an extremely under-appreciated resource. They play a critical role in preserving important aspects of humanity including our art, our cultures, our past, our present, and our future. Though we have documented much of our time on this planet, the only way this history is accessible to the public is through the hard work of museums. So next time you’re thinking of something to do with your kids this weekend, look up your local museum. You might just be surprised by what you discover. Click her for 17 kid-friendly museums and hands-on attractions.

Vee Cecil

  • Vee keeps busy by being a wellness coach, personal trainer and bootcamp instructor in Kentucky. She also recently launched blog where she shares her passion for health by writing about her favorite tips, activities and recipes. @vee_cecil
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Disappearing Recess Implications – Ben Hirshberg

Monday, November 26th, 2012

The Implications of a Disappearing Recess Period by Ben Hirshberg is a scholarly paper that focuses on how pressure from high-stakes testing has resulted in less recess time in many American schools and its negative impact on the children involved. The paper is very well referenced and can be obtained by sending Ben an email at If you are looking for ammunition to save or expand recess if your school, Ben is your man.

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Eat Smart, Be Smart: How Diet Can Improve Mental Capacity by Madoline Hatter

Sunday, September 29th, 2013

Eat Smart, Be Smart: How Diet Can Improve Mental Capacity by Madoline Hatter

  • When we eat, the vitamins and nutrients in the food we consume are processed by our bodies. If you eat a lot of “junk food,” there is a good chance that you will feel like junk. Foods that are more beneficial to your body can make you feel the exact opposite. Healthy foods can also impact your mental capacities and provide the means to maintain a healthy weight,
  • A large proportion of people initially go on a diet in order to lose weight. This is the major topic of the first few pages of a Google search on the term “diet.” Although more people are understanding the other ramifications of healthy eating, many are still in the dark about just how profound an impact eating healthier can make on their daily lives. Every aspect of your existence is impacted by the various vitamins, minerals, and macro nutrients that are needed for optimum bodily function. If you are deficient in any of these components, your body won’t be as efficient as it could be.
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Five Effective Habits to Increase Your Motivation to Study by Edmond Garrett

Saturday, October 26th, 2013

Five Effective Habits to Increase Your Motivation to Study by Edmond Garrett offers students of all ages key tips for organizing and getting the most out of study time. Be sure to share this sound advice with any students you know.

  • The amount of effort you put into studying directly reflects the grades you receive from your classes, whether you’re in high school or college. Unfortunately, motivation to study is often lacking when compared to the desire to engage in other activities, like spending time with friends or enjoying other leisure pursuits. However, if you build the right five habits now, you can increase your motivation to study, while still leaving time to enjoy life’s other joys.
  • Early Review

    • Make a habit of waking ten minutes early each morning during the week. Spend this time reviewing class materials you’ve already covered. This isn’t a time to catch up on reading assigned chapters or finishing homework you should have done the night before. This time is specifically for quick review of already read materials, such as reading summaries at the end of textbook chapters or reviewing key concepts and definitions.

    Scheduled Study Times

    • Create a weekly calendar on Sunday laying out your week. Look at the syllabus or class schedule for each of your courses to determine the tests and assignments scheduled for the week. Set aside specific times devoted to studying for each class. Your set aside times are flexible if something comes up during the week, but making a habit of setting this time aside will give you a better chance of following through on your studies.
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    Five Practical implementations of Internet of Things that can make your Life Easy by Vaishnavi Agrawa

    Thursday, February 18th, 2016

    Five Practical implementations of Internet of Things that can make your Life Easy by Vaishnavi Agrawa explains how the IoT is changing MANY aspects of our lives at work and at home. This is a guest post from Bangalore, India. If they get it there you should get it here.
    5 IoT

    • The Internet of Things (IoT) is on the way to become a more diverse, well-known and pervasive international network of all. One day, IoT endpoints are probably not restrained to consumer, business, governmental and scientific makes use of but will span all areas of human pastime. Indeed, within the international economic system, the Internet of things is poised to emerge as the most important big data analytics cloud. However, although Big Data is essential to the Internet of things, it is a ways from being the only piece of the IoT fabric.
    • The Internet of Things represents a general concept of the capacity of network devices to function and accumulate data from the world around us, and afterward, share that data over the Internet where it can be handled and used for different intriguing purposes. With so many emerging trends in big data and analytics, IT organizations need to design circumstances that will enable analysts and data scientists to do vital research.
    • IT managers and implementers cannot use a lack of maturity as an excuse to halt experimentation. Originally, only a few people — the most experienced analysts and data scientists — need to do research. Then those high users and IT should collectively discover when to release new sources to the rest of the organization. And IT shouldn’t significantly control in analysts who want to move ahead full-throttle.

    1. Smartphones

    • Currently, the smartphone is practically acting as IoT, which uses GPS. Besides the guidance of WiFi or GPS, they can with no trouble track your actions and relay your know-how to a database which can be utilized to analyze your life style and fitness.

    2. Connect sense

    • These wireless residence sensors keep you aware of your home’s temperature, its protection, or even let you monitor for possible water and other damage.

    3. Wifi Lights

    • The wifi lights are web-enabled, which not only can help you reduce your electricity charges, but still can produce alarms associated with a predefined movement.

    4. Smarter CRM (Customer Relation Management)

    • When used in the conjunction with an accountable customer relationship management (CRM) instrument, the IoT will likely be able to do more than merely gather and arrange client data. It’s going to be able to effectually and appropriately analyze that data as well, delivering you with actionable results involving your customer base.

    5. Social Media

    • The IoT is already optimized to be used with social media, enabling computerized posts and shares to be on the whole generated by way of the gadgets themselves, and preparing the best way for new online communities to enhance themselves based on users of designated devices.
    • Statisticians think that IoT will create the usual substantial impact on marketing in the future years. Marketers can use IoT to reach their customers. Digital promotion and marketing can become fabulous if we study the IoT as a mechanism. The entrepreneurs today have many opportunities to make their business techniques better. IoT can also make personal lifestyles anyone who comprehends how to use it.

    Vaishnavi Agrawa

    • Vaishnavi loves pursuing excellence through writing and have a passion for technology. She has successfully managed and run personal technology magazines and websites. She is based out of Bangalore and has an experience of 5 years in the field of content writing and blogging. She is currently works for Intellipaat. Her work has been published on various sites related to Hadoop, Big Data, Business Intelligence, Cloud Computing, IT, SAP, Project Management and more.
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