As enticising as it may be to spend every waking hour spying on your colleagues’ LinkedIn profile to see how you can trump them on a job promotion, or looking at your competitor’s Facebook page to see how many comments they’re getting for posts, when it comes down to it, it’s just unfeasible to spend your every minute of the day doing it.
There are many reasons why you would want to hide your Facebook profile – maybe you’re looking for a new job and want a quick way to hide those embarrassing pictures your friends have out up, or maybe you don’t like the idea of old friends and associates snooping up on you.
Whatever the reason, social media does expose many of us in ways that we may not even be aware of. If you would like to have more privacy on Facebook, this video will show you how to hide your profile from undesired eyes.
Prowling competitors, online bullies, spammers…there are different types of people you may opt to block on twitter. But exactly what happens when you do block them? Do they get a message alerting them of the fact?
If surveys and site traffic from social networking sites are anything to go by, we now spend a significant amount of our time on websites like Pinterest, Twitter and Facebook…and so do our customers.
The majority of business owners now use social media to grow and promote their businesses – from the mumpreneur online store to big global brands, they’re all doing it.
If you want to tap into social media successfully, it’s therefore essential that you know how to effectively use effectively so you don’t waste your time updating your Facebook page, and sending out tweets when no one really has any interest in reading them.
Here are the five social media tips to get you started and to improve the results that even experienced social media butterflies can gleam: