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Best Practices for Social Media Publishers: The Geospatial Edition

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Tuesday, April 30th 2013


Social media. It can be a great resource, a time sink or a burden for geospatial professionals. What exactly makes a geo individual or organization worth “following” via Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or Google+? We’ll share who we follow and try to identify the best practices that make their posts valuable. 

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Collector for ArcGIS is available for download from the Apple App Store and Google Play. This free app simplifies field data collection by allowing you to capture, update, and report data directly from your iPhone or Android smartphone. To download the app and get started, visit esri.com/collector.

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Content Management Institute
GotGEOINT
Trajectory Magazine
Beyond the Poles - Geoff Zeiss
AAG (theAAG) on Twitter
Jeff Harrison (JeffHarrison) on Twitter
Social media - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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