Category Archives: Facebook

Understanding Facebook’s new Graph Search

Facebook has announced the launch of it’s Graph Search. It is expected to be a new opportunity to share and gather information on the web allowing the user to analyze and act on data.

The idea behind Graph Search is basically to tap into Facebook database and see what your friends, their friends, and so on, are already sharing. We trust our friends and can now look to them for unlimited recommendations and suggestions.  You can just do a quick search and find out what others think and are doing.

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Facebook Scheduled Posts

Are you one to hold your tongue and think about something before posting? Or, perhaps you are organized enough to post a discussion 6 months in advance. No matter what your reason, you can now schedule posts for future publication directly through Facebook without using a third party.

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Timeline For Facebook Pages Tells Your Story

There’s something new to learn in the world of social media. At the end of March Facebook will convert all Pages to their Timeline layout. Some of you may find yourselves somewhat perplexed, others not so thrilled and then there are those who are psyched! I’m one of those and so are some of my clients.

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Looking To The Future To Share Your Past: Facebook Timeline Changes = Scrapbooking on steroids

Mark Zuckerberg and the Facebook team are shaking things up again. There were a lot of changes announced at the F8 Developer Conference in September.  Let’s get right to it…

Timeline:

Facebook profiles will be the users life history at a glance. As a mom I think this is too cool. I’m not that crafty and, sadly must admit, I let the picture books and archiving of my second child fall by the wayside. Now there are no more excuses. Facebook will capture all the fun pictures we’ve taken, stories and experiences we’ve shared, and places we’ve gone all on one page! The most I may have to do is click a star next to the event.

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Do you have a Corporate Social Media Policy?

Many of us are using social media in our day-to-day lives. Yes, even during work hours.  Many small business owners don’t see a potential problem with social media use and leave it to the employees to practice “good judgment” and use common sense. The idea that someone would post inappropriate statements, photos, or comments, for example is not of great concern. Plus, you don’t want to micro-manage your team. What good does that do? Actually, having a corporate social media policy can do a lot of good and still provide a feeling of empowerment.

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