How would you feel if your Facebook page was shut down? What if your blog, where you create, post your ideas and thoughts was turned off? These are questions that we often don't want to contemplate. For me, the reaction would be one of loss.
Making new friends over cold brew isn't particularly difficult, but making those friendships Facebook-official requires a bit more effort -- unless you (Technology + beer + social media! Best gadget ever!
It's about damn time. After an endless, occasionally entertaining—but mostly disconcerting—string of high-profile hacks, Twitter has finally introduced two-factor authentication to verify that yes, it is, in fact, you logging in.
Blog and social media maintenance CAN'T fall through the cracks when you go on vacation. Make sure you don't neglect your blog and social media platforms. (RT @ptwithsaklad: RT Site and #SocialMedia Maintenance while on Vacation?
TechnoBuffalo As conduits for drama, social media follow different paths SaportaReport (blog) But as a conduit for drama, the way in which Twitter's social network is structured is even more important that its severe compression of verbiage.
As a business using social media to market yourself, it's very easy to focus on "looking professional" and instead you come across as cold and impersonal. (...) (Can you automate social media activities and still look human?
Would you like to transform your social media into a See, Like, Buy lead generating machine? Here are 50 ways. If part of your marketing plan involves generating leads, then social media should be part of that strategy.
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