Posts Tagged "social media"


Today’s blog post is a guest post from Jillian Ashley Blair Ivey at Jilletante Creative. You can follow her on Medium. Saying goodbye to a beloved pet is awfully hard. Saying goodbye to a beloved pet and then having a company’s overseas social media team say something insensitive about it just adds insult to injury. […]

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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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How many times has a post like this ended up in your news feed? And then let’s say you share it. If you’re like me or my Facebook friends, by default, your shares and posts are set to “Friends Only.” That means this teacher will never see that you shared it. What if you share […]

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Some years ago, I thought email marketing was mostly dead. People were barely opening emails, even from lists they signed up to. They were even more rarely clicking on calls to action. I figured this was done. I thought the “next thing” would be Facebook. People “like” your fan or business page there. You push […]

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There goes another of those ads… you can buy Facebook fans, Twitter followers, and website visitors. You can also buy people watching your YouTube videos, and following your channel. My favourite promise from one of these services: “Users are active, permanent and involved with hundreds of other users.” I’d love to get more detail on […]

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Categories: UX/UI

Tags: cancel, social media, ux, website

Wasn’t it just last week I was saying nice things about the website design of TwentyFeet.com? Well, I just cancelled their service. What I didn’t know until I checked my Twitter stream was that it was grabbing info about my account, and publicly tweeting it out. I’m going to declare that very not cool. OK, […]

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