While a lot of us have growing privacy concerns, it may seem like a lot of the big companies are out to get us. But if you’ve been reading some of my articles on privacy, we actually have a surprising amount of control over our privacy. I’ve already discussed aspects about Facebook, but today I want to focus on another giant: Google.
It goes without saying, if you have a business you absolutely need to have a social presence. What this means is you need to be on social media. I’m sure you’ve heard this already, but the tricky thing to this advice is there are so many out there that it’d be impossible to manage being on all of them.
Being active on social media is both necessary and often times difficult if you are a small business owner or you’re a one-person marketing team. Fortunately there are a variety of tools available for you to pick from that help with this. From scheduling posts to manipulating, designing, and getting free images, you have a lot of options.
With more people flocking to social media, many social media sites have become marketing goldmines for businesses. By being on social media and having a social presence, businesses are able to engage with users immediately, and create deeper connections than other traditional marketing tactics.
Facebook has a lot of incredible features for its users but most are often buried under the amount of things you can do on Facebook. One particular feature that is becoming more useful is the ability to organize and create friend lists. There are several benefits to using this feature and here is how you do it.