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How to make a map with Maptastica

A step-by-step guide to creating pretty crowdmaps …and a few insider tips and tricks for the adventurous map maker Thousands of participants have joined the n0tice campaigns #GdnGig, #Localshopping, #keepcycling and “#Celebrate or #Change #MyHighStreet“. If you contributed you may have seen your photos included on one of our visually stunning interactive and embeddable crowdmaps. […]

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Firstly you will need a n0tice.com user account and a noticeboard to post the data to. These could be set up for the specific story you want to create from the spreadsheet or simply be part of your standard user information. Armed with these, start the process by signing into feedton0tice.com before visiting Feedwax.com and […]

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Using FeedWax: How to curate local content

How to use Feedwax Firstly you will need a n0tice.com user account and a noticeboard to post the feeds to. These could be set up for the specific story you want to create and make it clear they are automated or simply be part of your standard user information. Armed with these, start the process […]

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Using Feedwax: Geo-tag your content

Introduction Geo-tagging your content i.e. adding location information into the meta data opens up a whole variety of opportunities for the journalist or blogger in delivering it to new platforms, services, tools or environments such as Augmented Reality, mapping, apps etc. Feedwax.com can help with this. Here’s a couple of scenarios which illustrate ways to […]

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How to curate photo galleries with Hash Gordon

Among the many tools built using the n0tice platform is a photo gallery maker called Hash Gordon. It can be very useful for curating images from across the social web to tell a story, to engage people in an activity, to serve a marketing campaign, and many other uses we surely haven’t discovered, yet. You […]

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Trigger and capture participation using #hashtags Your readers may respond to Call Outs for photos or information if you give them a way to do that via their favorite social media channels. By using a noticeboard in combination with a unique #hashtag you can engage users on Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, YouTube, etc. and turn that […]

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How to crowdsource event listings for your WordPress site

Crowdsource local event listings for a “What’s On” page One of the many interesting ways n0tice can help publishers is by creating a separate open space for freeform community participation which can then be fed into your main web site in a controlled way. This can be done with on-the-ground eyewitness reports, peer-to-peer classifieds listings, […]

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Create, customise and embed a crowdmap One of the most exciting ways to engage communities in mass movements today is through crowdmapping, collectively sharing things at specific locations to visualise a larger picture on a map. n0tice is designed to make it very easy for publishers, brands, communities and developers to setup and run any […]

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Create, customise and manage your own noticeboard There are many social media platforms to choose from today, but only n0tice provides an open, customisable and free space for community groups to collaborate on local information. In this example, we will create a noticeboard about East Finchley. You will learn how to create your open space, […]

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