Before I get too far into this topic, I want to say that my thoughts and prayers are with the victims of yesterday’s bombings at the Boston Marathon. It was and is the definition of senseless violence. It’s a very modern thing, and unfortunately it’s happened lately with increasing frequency — our entire nation mourning via […]
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Five Rules for Social Media Brand Management During a National Crisis
Facebook Revamps "Pages"
Facebook Page Administrators had a little learning to do today, as the world’s largest social media site rolled out an update to not only the look but also the way those pages act. Here’s an overview: The update includes a revamp of the look of the pages, making them look almost identical to individual profile […]
Online Privacy Doesn't Exist
We have yet another Facebook privacy flap going on. This time it has to do with certain application makers transmitting Facebook IDs to third parties. Using a Facebook ID number, these third parties could theoretically get a user’s name, phone number, friends names, and other personal information … even if the user’s privacy settings are […]
Facebook Places and Google Places: What's in a Name?
Last night, Facebook sprang its new Facebook Places product on the world. At its core, it’s a lot like Foursquare. It allows you to “check in” at a location using the GPS on your mobile device. The major difference is that while using Places, you’re not competing to become “mayor” of anything, as you are […]
Facebook's Weekly Page Update
I wanted to be one of what surely will be many Facebook Fan Page administrators to applaud a new offering from the social networking service. Today I received a handy little email from Facebook called the “Weekly Facebook Page Update”. Being an administrator on two of my own Facebook fan pages plus several more client […]