Posts Tagged ‘Facebook’

Update to Facebook Privacy (Social Ads Campaign)

March 30, 2011  |   Blog,Privacy,Social Media   |     |   0 Comment

Update to Facebook Privacy (Social Ads Campaign) Facebook recently announced an update to, “make advertisements more interested and more tailored” and they’re calling it Social Ads.  What it does, basically, is tag users names to products they like.  For example, if you like BMW’s company page your name and/or profile picture could appear at the bottom of BMW ads displayed to your.

Important Facebook Privacy Changes

March 03, 2011  |   Blog,Privacy   |     |   0 Comment

Important Facebook Privacy Changes Two important pieces of information from Facebook – First, Facebook has rolled out a new commenting system in an attempt to be the go-to tool for commenting on blog posts.  This is a publisher-side feature, meaning blog administrators need to make the change.  This is an important move from Facebook to further establish their presence.

Facebook’s 100 Billion Photos

February 15, 2011  |   Blog,Social Media   |     |   0 Comment

Facebook’s 100 Billion Photos This is a great infographic.  The most surprising statistic to me was that the peak photo-uploading age is 26 (later than I expected) and even more surprising is that 45 year olds – the lowest photo-upload levels post 26 – is only lower by 30%.  Everyone is uploading pictures and Facebook has five times the.

Facebook Privacy Infographic

August 26, 2010  |   Blog,Privacy   |     |   0 Comment

Facebook Privacy Infographic I love this infographic from WordStream illustrating the diminishing default privacy in Facebook.  It certainly reinforces that in this digital age you need to be aware of how to edit your Facebook privacy settings. It’s also interesting to note the amount of times, on average, each person is photographed (at the bottom of the chart)..

How To Manage Facebook Privacy, cont.

May 19, 2010  |   Blog,Privacy   |     |   2 Comments

How To Manage Facebook Privacy, cont. In August of 2008 I wrote a blog post on how to adjust your Facebook privacy options within your friend network – this is still something I would suggest reviewing on a regular basis.  (Mashable has ‘lists’ as their number one tip for Facebook users.)  More recently, however, Facebook has changed the information distributed OUTSIDE.

Video Illustrating Social Media's Importance

August 19, 2009  |   Blog,Social Media   |     |   0 Comment

Video Illustrating Social Media's Importance Sorry posting has been light; between the new baby, vacation, training, and Wicked Philanthropy, time has been sparse.  Here is a video that I did want to share: John Battelle does make a good point in regard to the statement, “Social Media isn’t a fad, it’s a fundamental shift in how we communicate” which is.

May Search Summary

June 01, 2009  |   Blog,SEM (SEO & PPC)   |     |   0 Comment

May Search Summary May was a big month for news. Bing, Wave, Yahoo+MSN.

Setting up Facebook Privacy & Privledges

August 20, 2008  |   Blog   |     |   1 Comment

Setting up Facebook Privacy & Privledges I’ve received a few emails from friends about how to best adjust Facebook’s privacy levels. I’m not sure if this is the best way, but I certainly think it’s a step in the right direction and can greatly increase the value and usability of Facebook to you as you won’t have to censor your use.

Twitter & Facebook Demographics by State

August 13, 2008  |   Blog,Social Media   |     |   0 Comment

Twitter & Facebook Demographics by State Some interesting graphs illustrating Facebook and Twitter demographics by state:.