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OCTOBER 6, 2010 [Case, Content] 5 Tips for Protecting Your Privacy on Facebook
Everyone is on Facebook — so is everyone’s business (and mother and aunts, etc.) Connecting with your business network on Facebook is nice, but not everyone wants to mix personal and professional. Privacy Settings. Under Accounts in the upper right, click on Privacy settings. Facebook Ads. Facebook’s privacy settings are confusing.
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SEPTEMBER 10, 2014 [Case, Content] Obey Facebook’s Rules of Engagement (Or Else)
Do you know what it’s like to have a major Facebook campaign for a major client go completely dark a mere three hours after a giant PR push? I do. Nothing like getting a call from a frantic client and then seeing the Facebook email of doom in your inbox: Your app has been disabled. The five Facebook principles. Protect data. This section is all about privacy and control.
JULY 2, 2015 | GROW - PRACTICAL MARKETING SOLUTIONS
[Case, Content] 6 Critical steps to help fight for your online privacy
SEPTEMBER 10, 2014 | MARKETING ACTION
[Case, Content] Obey Facebook’s Rules of Engagement (Or Else)
JULY 22, 2014 | MARKETING ACTION
[Case, Content] ? 5 Tips for Marketing in a Highly Regulated Industry
JULY 31, 2012 | BIZNOLOGY
[Case, Content] Do you have a handle on your online reputation?
OCTOBER 6, 2010 | SAZBEAN
[Case, Content] 5 Tips for Protecting Your Privacy on Facebook
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JULY 31, 2012 [Case, Content] Do you have a handle on your online reputation?
I have spent years blogging forth everything I know about online brand promotion in the form of social media marketing and digital PR; now, I will be focusing primarily on online brand protection in the form of online reputation management and online privacy protection. As Why not join Google+ and Facebook , create a profile as well as a Page? Burping in Church. profile?
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JULY 2, 2015 [Case, Content] 6 Critical steps to help fight for your online privacy
Just when people seem comfortable oversharing online, something will happen that gets people talking about online privacy again. When Michael Stelzner of Social Media Examiner discovered that Klout displayed popular moments from Facebook—even if those moments had been shared with “friends” rather than “public”—he posted about it. Protect yourself from imposters. hl=en.
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JULY 22, 2014 [Case, Content] ? 5 Tips for Marketing in a Highly Regulated Industry
So while the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has truth-in-advertising, credit, and privacy standards that apply to all businesses, they also have some rules and compliance guides for particular industries. And Channels like Google , Twitter , and Facebook also have their own sets of rules for financial organizations. In the new world of marketing, the rules are changing every day.