About Cheryl Ann Peltier-Davis

Cheryl Ann Peltier-Davis is Digital Initiatives, Cataloguing and Metadata Services Librarian at the Alma Jordan Library at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago.
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The Power of Like

comScore and Facebook Release Research Paper on Social Marketing

comScore, in collaboration with Facebook, has released its second research report that examines ways in which brands can quantify and optimize their social marketing programs on Facebook, a channel that now accounts for one in every seven minutes spent online. Key insights from The Power of Like 2: How Social Marketing Worksinclude: Brands can maximize […]

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Bing Now Searching With Facebook

    Source ITI Newsbreak column by Greg Notess The New Bing, rolled out to US searchers as of June 4,  integrates Facebook into search results for those users who login to Bing using Facebook, and this Facebook connection is being clearly promoted on the main U.S. Bing homepage, as well as in search results. […]

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Infographics Tools

                       The infographics industry is currently booming as website creators and marketers are now incorporating informative graphics to visualize a great story or visually explain a problem. There are established Infographic companies which will do the research, design and promote at a cost.   The Marketing Tech Blog  explains the […]

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User Activity Comparison Of Popular Social Networking Sites – Infographic

This infographic “User Activity Comparison Of Popular Social Networking Sites” compares the latest user stastics of popular social networking sites – Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, LinkedIn and Pinterest. Source Go-Gulf.com http://www.go-gulf.com/blog/social-networking-user

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ALA EContent

New ALA report explores challenges of equitable access to digital content

          Source: American Libraries Magazine ALA recently  released a new report examining critical issues underlying equitable access to digital content through our nation’s libraries. In the report, titled “E-content: The Digital Dialogue,” authors explore an unprecedented and splintered landscape in which several major publishers refuse to sell e-books to libraries; proprietary platforms […]

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