September 27, 2012
Facebook to Crack Down on Fake Likes
When you visit brand pages on Facebook, do you ever wonder how many likes are actually legitimate? Well, Facebook did too, and they now know very
Sharing too much on Social Media? Tips to Stop!
I think we have all both been the perpetrator, as well as the victim, of over sharing on social media. Good examples of over sharing are
Job Seekers Can Gain Help Through Social Media
One of the main things plaguing not only the United States, but countries around the globe, is the unemployment rate. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor statistics, as of
Don’t want to get Kicked off Twitter? Then Avoid These Things.
Recently a journalist for Independent, Guy Adams, went on a rant about NBC’s coverage of the Olympics and exuded a special amount of rage toward an NBC executive, deciding
Twitter has new Search Features: Here is How to Use Them
If you are an avid Twitter user, you have probably noticed the limits to using “Discover” on your account as a part of Twitter search, especially when it comes to the
Facebook Taking Over your Life? We Can Help.
Many Facebook users have experienced a certain level of addiction to the site at one point or another. Others have had
Facebook for Kids?
If you have children, most likely they’ve heard of Facebook and may have even asked you for an account. If they are under 13, you’ve
Aherk! – Motivation comes in the form of Facebook Humiliation
We’ve all struggled with motivation. Whether it was a personal or professional goal, we all have experience with missing a deadline or falling
Keeping Your Kids Safe – Social Networking Tips for Parents
When your 13-year old daughter comes to you and asks for a Facebook account for her birthday, it’s almost as bad as the first time they ask about the birds and the bees.
“Live Below the Line:” Can you Live on $1.50 of Food Per Day?
A social media campaign called “Live Below the Line” is challenging people to live on only $1.50 worth of food per day. The idea is to change