Facebook recently announced a new photo policy for the site that is pawning a whole new wave of unnecessary panic. They are going to make some changes soon regarding their photo interface and they are requiring people who sync their phone camera with Facebook to download their Messenger app in order to keep saving those photos.
Building a large email list requires multiple strategies, one of which is taking advantage of offline opportunities. We concentrate so much on gathering email addresses online that we forget there are a number of good opportunities to grab them offline as well. If you’re an author serious about building your email list, you’ll want to be taking advantage of all avenues. Here are some quick offline strategies you can use.
Do you need a business Facebook Page or can you get by with just a personal profile? Well, that depends on your goals.
There is no social media platform more befuddling than Facebook. There is also no other social media channel with the kind of popularity Facebook enjoys: 71% of online adults are active there. The next most popular channel has less than 30%. With the sweetest demographic range of all the social media channels as well as the best set of tools for selling in-channel, Facebook is a no-brainer for authors who want to use social media as a marketing tool.
Bullying is so ingrained in our culture today that we don’t even notice it anymore. And one of the places they flourish is in your blog comments. If you allow comments on your blog, you may want to consider discouraging a culture of bullying. There is nothing that will stifle a discussion faster than a mouthy know-it-all who can’t stand an opposition to their narrow view.