Here’s a quick tip: Connect the Business Page of your business or workplace to the Work section of your personal profile on Facebook.
How to connect a business page to your personal profile on Facebook
Step 1: Click “Edit Profile” from the Facebook top menu bar.
Step 2: From the Education and Work section of your personal profile, click “Add a Workplace”.
Step 3: Choose the Business Page that you wish you add. Read more >>
Internet Arguments – Good or Bad for Business? Part 1
Someone on the internet is wrong.
And someone else won’t be content until the wrong is righted.
You’ve seen these disagreements on Facebook, in forums, on blogs, … pretty much anywhere online. They can get very heated, and go on and on and on. Disagreements turn into discussions turn into arguments. Some of them can be downright hostile, even to the point of name-calling and bullying.
Usually, the internet arguments are between two or more people, individuals. That’s bad enough.
Even worse, though, is when business owners and brand voices jump into the fray.
Are internet arguments good for your business?
Some businesses default to the old adage “All press is good press.” So getting involved, as your business, in an argument online could certainly increase the visibility of your business.
The question here becomes:
Is this the kind of exposure you would choose for your business?
You can share your Facebook groups with your friends. There are a few different ways to do that. You can use your computer or your mobile devices to either share the groups with your friends, or to add friends to your groups.
(Click the images below to see full-size, detailed graphics.)
1) Copy/Paste the Group Link.
Copy the address (url) of the Facebook group. Then paste that into your own Status Update.
I discovered a new Facebook Feature today when one of my fantastic friends made me one of her Trusted Contacts.
I received this Facebook notification:
When I clicked the notification, I was given this dialogue box:
“[Friend] added you as a trusted contact. If [Friend] ever needs help accessing her account, you can now help her log in. She can call you on the phone with instructions for you to get a security code she can use to verify her identity. Trusted contacts are a secure way to recover your Facebook account if you ever lose access to it. Do you want to set up your trusted contacts? [Set Up Trusted Contacts] [Not Now]”
Sounds pretty helpful!
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