Posts Tagged "facebook"


Facebook claims it will do something about fake news… yet it keeps stumbling. Let’s start with the end of this story: Facebook will not do anything about fake news any time soon. They can’t. It would cut their bottom line and probably subscribership more than they can handle. Let’s imagine that Facebook starts blocking verifiably […]

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The disinformation agents, propaganda creators, and PR spinners are out. Are you sharing what they created? Here’s one I saw on LinkedIn. This infographic came from an article where journalist Tom Gara dug into everything Google knew about him. Disclaimer: I didn’t read the article. I’m reacting to seeing this isolated infographic going around LinkedIn. […]

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One thing I always advise clients on is separating personal and business on Social Media. Most sites are personal. I wouldn’t invite clients to my personal Facebook account but they are welcome to follow our Facebook Business Page, Twitter, LinkedIn Company Page, etc… I also don’t add friends or personal contacts to LinkedIn (unless there’s […]

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In early 2017, I wanted to be more anonymous on Facebook when replying to public posts or to comments friends made. I wasn’t feeling a lot of social media trust outside my own circle but couldn’t convince myself to reply to NOTHING. I treat Facebook as my personal world, almost a diary, so I don’t […]

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