Posts Tagged ‘facebook settings’

    How to Leave a Facebook Conversation

    I’m not sure how long this feature has been available, but I just learned today that I can now leave a Facebook conversation (i.e. private message sent to all 500 of your friend’s friends and you get to read each and every reply). Here’s how. Step 1 When you’re in the message that says between [...]

    One Facebook Setting You Should Definitely Change

    I just came across this great post about Facebook security and a short (1 min. 49 sec.) video on how-to enable HTTPS/SSL encryption on your Facebook account. Blah blah blah. Whatever. You don’t have to understand it to do it. Bottom line, changing this setting makes your account secure (in theory, because apparently, even Zuckerburg [...]

    Facebook to Share Phone Numbers and Addresses

    Read Write Web reported on Sunday that Facebook is now giving Third Party Application Developers access to your phone number and address. You can read the full story here. You really should! Stop the presses. Check your permissions and be sure you know what you’re agreeing to when you sign up for all those applications [...]

    Social Media for Business at Lynchburg College’s Progressive Business Forum

    This morning I had the privilege of presenting a session on social media for Lynchburg College‘s Progressive Business Forum. (Thanks Ben, for the invite.) Here’s the slide deck, followed by a few of the key points and links to resources. Social Media For Business View more presentations from Cheryl Smith. First and foremost, remember your [...]

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