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Trekkers: 18 | 
Form: Cognitive Trail | 
Phase: Engagement | 
Type: Pre-Event | 
Level: 1 | 
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Start: Dec 08, 2019 | 
When:  | 
Duration: 10 Minute(s)
Goal: this task will increase the success of introducing new users to the benefits of Navitents.
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Form: Cognitive Trail | 
Title: Navitents vs. Blogs | 
Phase: Engagement | 
Type: Pre-Event | 
Level: 1 | 
Duration: 10 Minute(s)
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1 How do blogs compare to Navitents?

Think of the comparison this way: in the world of toys, first we had building blocks: great for assembling unstable, not-so-interesting small structures.

Then Legos™ came along and, suddenly, a five-year-old was capable of building a truck, helicopter and, yes, even a small town. The possibilities became endless.

Blogs are to building blocks as Navitents are to Legos™.

Would you ready to hear more?
2 Navitents are: Multilateral, Sequenced, Interlocking Interactions.

Navitents are like Legos™: stable, designed to work together and sustainable. Navitents consist of:

a. Structured, Tailored, Integrated, Progressive, Step-by-Step Tasks
b. User Interaction with Content (actual accomplishments)
c. Success Metrics of Interactions
d. Timely Exports to iPads, iPhones and Calendars
e. Community, Team and Group Leader
f. Comparison to Related Population
g. Automated Guidelines and Advice
h. Community (tie-ins to social media)
i. Predictive & Regressive Analytics


When it comes to applying information toward a goal or outcome, how much more useful do you imagine a Navitent would be than a blog?
3 In contrast, blogs and social media are like building blocks in that they are unstable, randomly associated, and unsustainable, mostly consisting of:

a. Chronological information
b. Comments
c. Web Log Analysis Software

Are you beginning to see the difference?
4 To learn more about Navitents, go to the 'demo' tab above.

Select 'successful' when you are finished.
5 To see how a Navitent transforms a blog into a dynamic, interactive user experience, go to the Marketplace and choose from any of the Navitent Categories.
6 If you would like more information on isoBlogs, contact us at contact@navitent.com. Do it.
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