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05/3/10 Wrap-up: Top 5 Trending Videos this Week

This was an exciting week, with the official announcement of Adobe Captivate 5 and Adobe eLearning Suite 2, and also with the Adobe Technical Communication Suite team attending and presenting at the 57th annual STC Summit in Dallas, TX.

You may have noticed recently that I have been even more active on Twitter and Blogging almost daily and almost always posting a short video, too. The responses have been extremely positive and I thank all of you who have helped spread the word by clicking the ReTweet buttons and sharing with your Twitter followers.

 

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It’s my goal from here on out to provide a weekly wrap-up every Friday, which will include the most trending videos for that week in order to highlight videos that customers are watching the most for that week, and that you may have missed.

Having said that, he are the top 5 trending blog posts and their respective videos for this week:

  1. Say Hello to Adobe Captivate 5 and eLearning Suite 2 ―Now for Mac, too [VIDEO]

Not surprisingly, this video on the brand new user interface in Adobe Captivate 5, has been the number one video watched this week.

Here are a few tweets I’ve favorited about the new UI in Adobe Captivate 5:

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Really love working with the new #AdobeCaptivate 5 UI. It’s so easy to change settings and parameters for your objects.less than a minute ago via web

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@rjacquez Quote from my #Captivate User group “The Properties panel alone makes version 5 worth the upgrade price!”less than a minute ago via TweetDeck

  1. Speed Tests between Adobe Captivate 4 and Adobe Captivate 5 [VIDEO]

Again, not a whole lot of surprise why this is the second most watched video this week with the launch of Adobe Captivate 5 and eLearning Suite 2. I wanted to share how much faster Adobe Captivate 5 is over Captivate 4 and the responses have been really positive. Here are a few tweets I saw:

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RT @rjacquez [Blog] Speed Tests between #AdobeCaptivate 4 and Adobe Captivate 5 [VIDEO] http://bit.ly/cI73mB < That's Impressive RJless than a minute ago via web

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WOW! RT @rjacquez: [Blog] Speed Tests between #AdobeCaptivate 4 and Adobe Captivate 5 [VIDEO] http://bit.ly/cI73mBless than a minute ago via TweetDeck

  1. Twitter for Technical Communicators [VIDEO]

This video continues to be a top trending video since I published it and this week was particularly popular, perhaps because the STC conference was taking place and the use of Twitter was at an all time high.

  1. Single-sourcing FrameMaker files in Adobe RoboHelp 8 [VIDEO]

At number 4, this is a popular video that covers the steps for effectively linking FrameMaker files in RoboHelp via the Adobe Technical Communication Suite 2 software.

  1. Recording: PDF-based Reviews via FrameMaker, Acrobat Pro and Acrobat.com [VIDEO]

This is one of my favorite features in Adobe Technical Communication Suite 2 and we were demonstrating this functionality at STC 10 and pointing people to it for more information. It also shows a practical way of using the “Cloud” for conducting collaborate reviews.

Happy Friday and I hope you have a marvelous weekend!

 

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A running list of Twitter Best Practices

In preparation for my upcoming eSeminar entitled Twitter 101 for Technical Communicators I’m starting a running list of Twitter Best Practices that have worked for me and that I hope will work for you, too. I will continue adding to this list, so please consider following me on Twitter @rjacquez for new updates to this list.  

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  1. Choose your Twitter username wisely

Simply put, the shorter the username, the better. If you haven’t signed up for a Twitter account just head over to http://twitter.com and click “Sign up now.” One of the most important decisions you will make is selecting a username, which will be your very own unique ID on Twitter. In doing so, consider the fact that a Tweet is limited to only 140 characters, so every letter counts. This becomes even more important when someone ReTweets (RT) your Tweets, which will include your original tweet plus your Twitter username, plus RT. Again the shorter your username, the better.

If you already have a Twitter account and want to change your username to a shorter version, just head over to your Twitter account, and in the Account tab, you can change it.  I recently changed my Spanish account from rjacquezEspanol to rjacquezES and it’s already working better for this account.

  1. Upload a Picture of yourself

Nothing says Newbie or Spammer like using the default Twitter picture one gets after signing up for an account. Twitter is about having great conversations and it’s nice to see a picture of the person with whom you are conversing. I highly recommend you upload a picture of yourself, rather than a cartoon or another picture of something other than you, your followers will appreciate it.

  1. Add a More info URL to your profile

This is an important piece of your profile and I recommend that you make this your blog. If you don’t have one, I suggest you join the
blogosphere by starting your own blog.  Your Blog and your Twitter account will go hand in hand because Twitter provides an easy way to add links to your blog posts.

  1. Add a One Line Bio

This is limited to 160 characters, but it’s just as important as uploading a picture of yourself and a URL to your profile, because most people will decided whether to follow you or not based on your Bio.

  1. Add a Background image

Consider your Twitter page your very own personal website and just as a website has a look-and-feel, so should your Twitter page. While Twitter does provide a Design section where you can pick a background image and colors, I recommend that you spend time creating a custom background, which showcases what you are into and what you tweet about. I designed my own Twitter background using a free Photoshop template I downloaded from Rames Studios’ page. There are plenty of free Twitter backgrounds out there, including those from http://www.twitterbackgrounds.com/which are easy to apply to your own page.

  1. Don’t Protect your Tweets

Social Networking sites like Twitter are about sharing, discovering, learning and having great conversations, and thus protecting your Tweets completely defeats the purpose of everything Twitter stands for.

  1. Don’t auto-DM your new Followers

Perhaps this has happened to you, too, you find someone interesting to follow and as soon as you do, you get an unsolicited Direct Message (DM) from the user, with a link to join a group or download something, or worse yet promoting a money-making idea. What a turn off and likely the number one reason to get unfollowed immediately. In my opinion, if your actions on Twitter are respectful and professional and your Tweets bring value to your followers, they will go out of their way to learn more about your products and services.

  1. Always add context when Tweeting URL links

Lately I’ve seen too many tweets containing only a hyperlink, which makes me a bit suspicious and I rarely click the link, and when I see a consistent pattern, I usually unfollow the Twitterer. I feel that it’s common sense (and common courtesy) to explain what you are Tweeting about and what the link you are posting is all about.

Here’s a tip for TweetDeck users: in the Settings dialog box, you can enable “Show preview information for short URLs,” which will do just that before you choose to visit the link.

  1. Make your Tweets ReTweet-friendly

When someone ReTweets your Tweets, they are helping you spread the word by sharing your tweet with their own followers, so the least we can do is to make it easy on the people who are ReTweeting for you. One way of doing this, as suggested in the comment below by
Matthew Bibby, is to make sure you leave plenty of room (perhaps as much as 20 characters) in the original Tweet.

  1. Don’t just Tweet during product launches

I recently Tweeted this and it resonated well with active Twitterers. I see many brands become active on Twitter the week before a product launch in hopes of leveraging the platform for spreading the word. However because they haven’t Tweeted in a while, unfortunately most people have stopped following them by then. Like anything else in life, the key to success on Twitter is consistency! Btw, this can easily apply to conference organizers!

  1. Don’t auto-Tweet DMs

I don’t even know how this is possible, or what services people use to accomplish this, but I’ve seen it done. I think people do this to expose annoying Direct Messages they get from people they are following, but perhaps a better approach would be to unfollow these Tweeps. Remember DMs are messages directly sent to you and thus you should not make them public.  Also remember, the only way someone can send you a Direct Message is if you are following them.

  1. Don’t use Twitter.com to Tweet, use a Desktop Aapp

I was really surprised to read that most people still use Twitter.com to update their status on Twitter and I’m hoping over time more Twitterers discover that using a desktop client provides a much better Twitter experience. To get the most out of Twitter, you should consider using a desktop Twitter client application. My recommendation is TweetDeck, but there are many options out there and Mashable.com has a great list HERE.

  1. More best practices to come…

 

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Sharing Large Files on Twitter via Acrobat.com

If you are on Twitter, you know how easy it is to share photos with your followers, as well as URLs; and in fact many Twitter desktop clients, such as TweetDeck, make it as easy as drag-and-drop because they include built-in support for services like TwitPic and Bit.ly.  

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However sharing large files with your Twitter followers isn’t yet integrated into these applications and it can be quite confusing to most people.

Tweeps ask me all the time how I share large files after I do a Webinar with my followers, so I decided to record the following short how-to video, where I go over how the free Acrobat.com Share service can be used to store and share large files with your Twitter followers.

Click HERE to watch the how-to video on Sharing Large files on Twitter via Acrobat.com

 

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Join in on the Twitter fun for a chance to Win an Adobe Suite

 

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As the old adage goes, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. If you already follow me on Twitter, you know that for the most part, I’m all business, providing my followers with real-time product news, tips & tricks for my products, replying to questions I receive, tons of how-to recordings, as well as other resources for eLearning and Technical Communication.

However, I also believe in making the experience as fun as possible through Adobe-branded giveaways, such as these tweets:

Today, I’m officially upping the ‘giveaway’ ante by announcing that upon reaching 1,000 followers on Twitter, I will do a drawing and randomly select a winner, who will have the choice between either the Adobe eLearning Suite and the Adobe Technical Communication Suite 2.

To participate, all you have to do is follow me on Twitter at http://twitter.com/rjacquez. If you are already following me, you don’t have to do anything, you are all set.

Thank you in advance for following me, good luck and let the countdown begin!

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Moving to Monthly Twitter Wrapups: Follow me on Twitter for real-time Updates

 

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With two Adobe Suites, Conferences, eSeminars and much Traveling, I’m moving my weekly Twitter wrapup to a Monthly wrapup blog post instead.

Having said that, I have found Twitter to be invaluable for sharing product news, best practices and tips with my customers; as well as a platform where I can answer customer questions.

If you have found my weekly wrapup posts useful, please consider following me on Twitter for real-time updates in English @rjacquez and in Spanish @rjacquezEspanol.

In case your daily work precludes you from checking your Twitter timeline in real-time, consider using TweetDeck, which is column-based and it provides a great way for you to stay current any keyword or Twitter username. For example to create a column, which displays all of my tweets and tweets from other users, which include my twitter username, follow these steps:

  1. Sign up on Twitter.com
  2. Download and install TweetDeck
  3. To add a new column, click the Twitter Search icon in the toolbar
  4. In the search box, type rjacquez and press Enter.

You can use these steps to add other columns based on topics of interest to you.

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6/22/09 Weekly Wrapup: @rjacquez on Twitter

 

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By RJ Jacquez. Follow him on Twitter in English @rjacquez and in Spanish @rjacquezEspanol, for real-time announcements, tips & tricks, how-to tutorials, Did You Know’s, best practices, Adobe-branded giveaways and more.

This week I’m starting a new “featured tweet of the week” category, where I will highlight a very short list of tweets, which garnered the most attention for that week. For example, the link in this tweet was clicked over 600 times within minutes. To automatically ReTweet it from your Twitter account, click the RT icon below, which includes pre-populated data.

Featured Tweet of the Week (click to Retweet)

  • With 200 Million installations of Adobe AIR, I’m hoping more RoboHelp 8 users create AIR-based Help. Here’s a how-to: http://bit.ly/EvH1b

News, Announcements, Tutorials and Questions:

Useful Resources and Reviews:

FAQs, Tips and Tricks, Did You Know:

Compelling ReTweets (RTs) and @replies:

Personal Observations

  • There’s an update to the Times Reader, AIR app, 2.051. Launch app and click update.8:54 AM Jun 23rd from TweetDeck
  • @mashable What is the difference between adding a “mashable” column to TweetDeck and installing MashDeck? Are there other benefits?9:10 AM Jun 25th from TweetDeck
  • Wondering if TweetDeck has considered monetizing on client by selling versions with Twitter username(s) column(s) built-in, a la MashDeck?1:34 PM Jun 25th from TweetDeck
  • Would you pay for a custom #TweetDeck app that had a column with your Twitter username by default and logo branding? I would!1:42 PM Jun 25th from TweetDeck

 

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6/15/09 Weekly Wrapup: @rjacquez on Twitter

 

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By RJ Jacquez. Follow him on Twitter in English @rjacquez and in Spanish @rjacquezEspanol, for real-time announcements, tips & tricks, how-to tutorials, Did You Know’s, best practices, Adobe-branded giveaways and more.

News, Announcements, Tutorials and Reviews:

Useful Resources:

FAQs, Tips and Tricks, Did You Know:

Compelling ReTweets (RTs) and @replies:

Personal Observations

 

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6/08/09 Weekly Wrapup: @rjacquez on Twitter

 

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By RJ Jacquez. Follow him on Twitter in English @rjacquez and in Spanish @rjacquezEspanol, for real-time announcements, tips & tricks, how-to tutorials, Did You Know’s, Adobe-branded giveaways and more.

News, Announcements, Tutorials and Reviews:

Useful Resources:

FAQs, Tips and Tricks, Did You Know:

  • [Did You Know] Since Jan’09 RoboHelp 8 supports DITA. Ideal for Publishing DITAMaps to all formats in RoboHelp, including AIR Helpabout 3 hours ago from TweetDeck
  • [Adobe Captivate Tip] In Edit View, click anywhere on a slide, then use the Tab key to cycle (select) through all objects on Slide10 minutes ago from TweetDeck
  • [#Captivate Tip] To paste an object on all slides, copy it; in Storyboard view, select All and Paste. Credit @rickzanotti12:41 PM Jun 11th from TweetDeck
  • If you want to add Live 3D models in Technical Docs, here’s an example PDF from FrameMaker 9, http://bit.ly/17y2fO2:19 PM Jun 11th from TweetDeck
  • For prev tweet: Free Reader 9 req. Click 3D model on page 1 to activate. Use mouse to navigate, scroll to zoom, play btn to disassemble2:23 PM Jun 11th from TweetDeck
  • .@aprilh1974 Great question. Here are two system variables you can use in Captivate 4: $$cpInfoCurrentSlide$$ of $$rdinfoSlideCount$$9:48 AM Jun 12th from TweetDeck
  • [Adobe FrameMaker 9 Tip] To exit out of Full Screen, right-click anywhere outside the main text frame and select “Toggle Screen Mode”11:59 AM Jun 13th from TweetDeck
  • [FAQ] Why Flash (swf) over Video (avi) in #eLearning? Videos=Passive. Flash=Interactivity, Quizzes, Branching, Soft-Skills Trainingabout 23 hours ago from TweetDeck

Compelling ReTweets (RTs):

Personal Observations

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6/01/09 Weekly Wrapup: @rjacquez on Twitter

By RJ Jacquez. Follow him on Twitter in English @rjacquez and in Spanish @rjacquezEspanol, for real-time announcements, tips & tricks, how-to tutorials, Adobe-branded giveaways (including software at 1K followers) and more.

 

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Last week was an exciting week with many announcements coming from our Adobe Labs. Specifically, Flash Catalyst and Adobe BrowserLab, and even though I don’t work directly on these products, I’m always asking myself how technologies like these can apply to eLearning and Technical Communication. Today for example, all applications in both eLearning suite and Tech Comm Suite, have real-time screen sharing via ConnectNow from Acrobat.com and  in the Technical Communication Suite 2, FrameMaker 9 and Acrobat 9 Pro Extended take advantage of Acrobat.com services for conducting PDF reviews, which can then be imported back into FrameMaker.

Adobe Flash Catalyst has some obvious synergies in eLearning, and Adobe BrowserLab will most likely be integrated into Adobe RoboHelp for previewing both WebHelp and FlashHelp in multiple browsers and OSes.

News, Announcements and Giveaways:

Useful Resources:

FAQs, Tips and Tricks:

  • My Fav 3 fixes in Adobe Captivate 4 patch: 1)Audio Quality 2)USB mic on Vista 3)Insert Objects at playhead. Select Help>Updates10:41 AM Jun 1st from web
  • How we use Adobe Connect Pro internally to make a GREEN difference & have saved $10M in travel in 2 years, http://bit.ly/53Heu8:59 AM Jun 2nd from web
  • How does “BrowserLab” apply to Adobe eLearning Suite? There’s a Dreamweaver extension for exact rendering preview, http://bit.ly/EDACqabout 6 hours ago from TweetDeck
  • How does ‘BrowserLab’ apply to Online Help via Adobe RoboHelp? You can Preview WebHelp or FlashHelp in multiple browsers and OSesabout 6 hours ago from TweetDeck
  • A question I often get when demo’ing Adobe Captivate 4 is whether it’s possible to generate a PDF. I will tweet a sample file next.3:27 PM Jun 5th from TweetDeck

Compelling ReTweets (RTs):

Personal Observations

  • Always thinking of how Adobe technologies apply to eLearning/TechComm & thus my interest in AIR, Acrobat.com and now Catalyst3:05 PM Jun 1st from web
  • Thinking about how difficult it is to keep track of so many groups online, wonder why can’t everyone just be on Twitter and be done with it7:35 PM Jun 2nd from TweetDeck
  • Watching FlashCamp’s Keynote by Kevin. Says 200 Million AIR installs, thanks in part to Twitter clients, http://bit.ly/146CaX9:01 AM Jun 1st from web
  • Working on this week’s video tutorial: “Converting Ms Word documents to Structured FrameMaker.” Once ready, I will tweet link.9:25 AM Jun 2nd from web
  • Thinking about when email clients and presentation tools will auto-hyperlink @ Twitter usernames, similarly to www and mailto6:58 PM Jun 3rd from TweetDeck
  • In Web 2.0 people are watching more videos than ever, thus Tech Docs should be supplemented w/videos, demos and simulations9:57 AM Jun 6th from TweetDeck
  • Adobe RoboHelp 8 has a new scripting language, useful for when linking FrameMaker. Will share script for caution/note paragraphs1:56 PM Jun 6th from TweetDeck
  • Thanks to everyone who answered by inquiry about RosettaStone! I just bought all 3 levels of Français26 minutes ago from TweetDeck

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Adobe Announcements wrapup: @rjacquez on Twitter

By RJ Jacquez. Follow him on Twitter in English @rjacquez and in Spanish @rjacquezEspanol

 

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I would normally wait until Sunday to post a wrapup of key tweets in my Twitter timeline, but thus far, this week has been a week of exciting Adobe announcements, so in case you missed any of them, here you go:

Adobe Captivate 4 Patch:

  • [Adobe Captivate 4 News] Fix now available for Audio, USB microphone on Vista and more! Select Help > Updates to download.8:08 AM May 29th from web
  • My Fav 3 fixes in Adobe Captivate 4 patch: 1)Audio Quality 2)USB mic on Vista 3)Insert Objects at playhead. Select Help>Updates10:41 AM Jun 1st from web

Adobe Flash Catalyst:

Adobe Presentations:

Adobe BrowserLab:

  • [Adobe News] Today we announced ‘BrowserLab’ an innovative exact rendering of web pages in multiple browsers and operating systems!about 6 hours ago from TweetDeck
  • How does “BrowserLab” apply to Adobe eLearning Suite? There’s a Dreamweaver extension for exact rendering preview, http://bit.ly/EDACqabout 6 hours ago from TweetDeck
  • How does ‘BrowserLab’ apply to Online Help via Adobe RoboHelp? You can Preview WebHelp or FlashHelp in multiple browsers and OSesabout 6 hours ago from TweetDeck

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