As happy and hopeful as the Indeed.com commercials are, the reality is it’s a dog-eat-dog world in the job hunting process. And as an older worker (anyone over 35 years old) you’re going to quickly discover that there are 100+ things that are going to disqualify you from getting that new job.
How do you know what to focus your marketing attention on if you don’t know what’s driving traffic to your site? Often we focus on “social media” or “digital marketing” as the driver of traffic and hopefully business. But do you know what’s driving your site’s traffic?
In the end, Facebook wants to keep you online, on Facebook for longer periods of time so they can show you the 90% of the content they make money on. Facebook is happy for you to interact with a beautiful fake girl on Facebook, because more page loads equals more revenue for them.
Facebook is teaching us that reaching out on Facebook is fruitless. And perhaps this is the gift of the death of Facebook. The snake eating itself becomes a symbol of how self-interested Facebook is on Facebook. And we keep using it because there’s nothing yet that has risen to the occasion to provide a NEW SOCIAL PLATFORM.
Dear Facebook, This is public domain footage of Helen Mirren. Nothing too sexy about it for the 60’s. Now? Seriously? Facebook replies, “YES.”
Check your Facebook privacy settings. Check your Google privacy settings. And use Duck Duck Go instead of Google, you’ll love the results and enjoy the LACK of advertising. Sure, it’s what I do for a living, but I believe in content, permission-based marketing. Let’s clean up the web. Let’s start by cleaning up our participation with Facebook Privacy Settings and Tools.
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 […]
According to Facebook: How Do I Delete My Permanently Facebook Account? If you don’t think you’ll use Facebook again, you can request to have your account permanently deleted. Please keep in mind that you won’t be able to reactivate your account or retrieve anything you’ve added. Before you do this, you may want to download a […]
If only it was this easy to escape the clutches of Facebook, but it’s not. The resignation letters would surely rank amongst the best complaints of all time, but alas, deleting a Facebook profile is a convoluted and tiresome process.
As the #deletefacebook movement gets underway, Uber.la will continuously update this Delete Facebook page.
Facebook would love you to think it is still a social network. And they would also love you to believe that they have their finger on the pulse of your potential customer. The lie is, Facebook is no longer a social network. Facebook is an advertising and marketing platform to billions of consumers globally.
What do you notice about all of these “People You May Know” recommendations from Facebook? Almost none of them have ANY mutual connections. (Okay, Facebook, please explain yourself.) They are all pretty white women. (Hmm. Do you think Facebook knows I’m single?) They are all fake accounts. (Go look, see how many friends they have, […]