Social media, which were in their infancy at the beginning of the twenty-first century have evolved rapidly and today, they have become part of our daily existence. They have affected how we work and how we communicate. The power of Social Media lie in the way they allow us to build associations, relevant groups for discussions, share and collect news, stories, and other bits of information. Social media have also helped long lost friends to find one another and enabled users to form virtual communities.
Are you cheating on your spouse? Then, you might be highly concerned of your privacy getting compromised, or your partner obtaining information about your escapades. Ashley Madison, an online dating site with the tag line “Life is short, have an affair”, catering to individuals wanting to have an affair, recently found their database security breached and considerable user data stolen by a group of self-styled hackers by name, the Impact Team.
In our previous post entitled “Parental Control Guide Part One: OpenDNS Single Computer Configuration” we’ve discussed parental control through OpenDNS and in one of the steps the users should clear the cache of the browser and this post is a follow up to that post and will inform you how to clear the cache for all major browsers.
In our previous post entitled “How to Backup your Gmail emails using Default Windows mail Application” we discussed how to backup your Gmail emails and by the way that method was also suitable for backing up any other email “e.g. Yahoo, Outlook, etc.”, the problem with that method was that it was extremely tedious, time consuming and it’s suitable for backing up only the emails, not the docs in Google drive and all of the other goodies connected to your Google account.
Gone are the days when search engine optimization is based mainly on meta tags and descriptions. If you still don’t have a designated Twitter account for your business or a Google+ or Facebook fan page, then you’re missing out on the opportunity of having higher search engine rankings. Nowadays, search engines such as Google determine how to weigh our social interaction and behaviour using social media presence as the ranking factor.
Knowing the benefits of using the social media in promoting your business is one thing, but knowing how to use it is another. On our previous article, we enumerated 5 Reasons Why Businesses Should Use Social Media. Now, it’s time for you to find out how your business can maximize these benefits by understanding the proper ways of using the social media.
In our previous posts, it has been emphasized that Facebook is the leading social media platform in terms of the number of monthly active users and revenue. Majority of the people in the internet prefer Facebook than other social media for their personal or business use. Aside from being free, Facebook offers a lot of options for promoting one’s brand or business and one of them is having a Facebook page.