British Summer Time starts this weekend which means longer days and hopefully the opportunity to get out and enjoy some early Spring weather over the Easter weekend. It would be lovely to think we may even see some sunshine after all the snow and freezing temperatures. Although on the plus side the unseasonally cold weather did give us a chance to catch up on our reading and this week’s selection of social media articles:
Your Facebook Posts May Be Harmful to Your Child’s Future - socialmediatoday.com
A couple of years ago I was lucky enough to go to a talk by Anthony Mayfield on being aware of our personal presence on the web and creating our Web Shadow. Thought provoking article on how parents are creating an online presence for their children whether they want it or not. Continue reading →
We’ve been off line for a couple of days but still feel these social media articles are worth a read. We’ll be back as usual with Social Media Roundup next week.
When is the Best Time to Post on Social Media – business2community.com
If you’ve been wondering if there is a ‘best’ time to post on social media then this article from business2community is a handy guide for all the main social media platforms.
Triple your Facebook Likes in Two weeks – problogger.net
A useful step by step guide to creating a Facebook ad, including some of the important elements you want to pay attention to.
Seven steps for effective Twitter monitoring – econsultancy.com
Thanks to Econsultancy for this great article on how to use Twitter Search – easy to follow steps that will help you get the most out of Twitter and help you spot the tweets you don’t want to miss.
In the next couple of weeks Facebook is rolling out a new profile called Timeline to all users. The new profile makes it easier to see a person’s friends, their recent activity and status updates. One of the main changes is that Timeline helps friends and users to browse through someone’s old status updates, comments and wall posts. As predicted, with any major change it seems that the new Facebook Timeline profile has caused something of an uproar amongst users.
For example, did you know that….
- By default all your posts will be public
- Once you have moved over to Timeline you have seven days to review your profile and privacy settings before it goes live. Continue reading →
Hope everyone has had a good post Spring Bank Holiday week. The work on our new website is continuing and happy to say that this week we’re almost ready to sign off the new look design which means it must be time to be busy with words and copy. Here is our pick of this week’s [...]