Facebook is all about marketing these days. Forget about seeing your friend’s updates. You can still see them, but you have to go searching for them. Today, Facebook is all about making money. And I can no longer resist the hurricane of marketing opportunities presented by having an ever-expanding number of “friends.”
Yes, I am trying to be controversial. Three times in the last two days a friend has posted a non-sequitur on Facebook that seemed benign enough, but underneath the platitude was an attitude that didn’t make sense to me. Be aware of your words people. If you are stating something about gun control and white […]
You see about 5% of your friend’s stuff and the rest is curated and targeted marketing. But don’t give up hope, there are some strategies that still work on Facebook and don’t cost you any money.
Yesterday I was driving home when a high school friend buzzed up on his motorcycle at 70 mph. I recognized him by his BACA logo (careful link has a loud sound on the BACA website) on the windscreen and the handlebar mustache. We waved and mimed some communications. “Hey, how’s it going?” “Good. How are […]