May 102015
 
I have watched, sadly, over the years, as Facebook has withdrawn its impartiality with regard to posts. With each subsequent change, Pages' posts are seen less and less by the people who have "liked" them, and therefore might justifiably wish to see news from those Pages!Summed up perfectly in this Wall Street Journal article.  While it makes sense that businesses might be expected to pay for advertising, tiny businesses trying to get started were greatly aided by the grassroots connection of Facebook, years ago. But no longer.  The free years seem to be behind us!  "New Facebook Rules Read more [...]
Aug 012014
 
Google apologizes Check this out, after three years of people complaining, Google finally reverses its rule that you can only use your REAL name on google and Youtube. Thanks to Techcrunch.com for this update! 3 Years Later, Google+ Drops Its Dumb Real Name Rule And Apologizes     Read more [...]
Feb 242014
 
How we interact on Social Media changes constantly, and what is acceptable behavior seemed to be morphing as well.  You don't want to push too hard, post too much, look spammy or self-promoting... I tell my clients to err on the side of "less is more" but you need to be visible.  But how do you find the right middle ground? Here is a very good article on behaviors to avoid in the world of Social Media: Thanks to Smart Blog on Social Media: Q&A:  Here is an excerpt:   "I was happily surprised that all the things that were annoying me about social media were annoying other Read more [...]