Jul 28 Posted 1 year ago Hi Sarah, This is indeed a great post with useful information. Also, I really hate those people who post a long message and then saying if I want to stay your friend, I MUST copy and paste this to my page and send it to all my friends, or else you will KNOW that I'm not your friend...bla, bla...this is really annoying. Anyway, really appreciate your effort in gathering resources!
Jul 28 Posted 1 year ago Dear Sarah, You did write useful info for audiences, including me. But I want to add more: that is not to post something related your family members, especially kids on Facebook. Some days ago, I read an article, which indicated that a woman posted the picture and some info about his child on Facebook. Later, when she picked him up in kindergarten, the teacher said that he was picked up by a man, and the teacher thought this is his dad. But it was a kidnapper. He read all info about the child, and then had a plan in advance. You see, it is very dangerous, right?
Jul 24 Posted 1 year ago
Great article. The first point is interesting. I like my own posts to gain that extra visibility, but I'll normally due it when I can monitor my ticker to see who's active. If liking your own post is black hat, by the same token, so is tagging yourself in a post to have it appear on your page or sharing your own content. It's just leveraging a tool at your disposal.
The other way to look at it - it's the art of shameless self promotion.
Just a thought. :)
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