Recently, the Facebook Page of “Flashpoint Team One” surpassed the 10,000th-Like milestone. This 10K, while seemingly a small amount in the numbers game, is exceedingly valuable.
Are you an aspiring entertainer or a founder of a small business? Well, it’s a crippling choice to use your personal Facebook page as your public relations destination. Stop doing it, right now!
The marketing team behind such cryptic projects as LOST, ALIAS, and Cloverfield are at it again. This time, they’ve taken a page directly out of LOST’s episodes by using a digital equivalent of found footage.
So, for those of you who are lazy like me, WordPress has a handy-dandy social media feature which makes life easier. It saves you some time which means you can devote more of it to Angry Birds, housework, your children, or — gasp! — more writing. It’s easy-peasy Japa–that’s prolly no longer politically correct. NB: … Continue reading
How do you change your Facebook page’s address to a vanity URL? It’s a question which has frustrated many, including me. While the answer can be found within Facebook’s knowledge base (sort of), it can be annoying to find. Surprisingly, it’s a very simple answer. – – – Go to http://www.facebook.com/username to begin. You will … Continue reading
Alternate graphic done for tomorrow’s article on Facebook Vanity URLs. It was decided this was too overpowering for such a small article. However, I hadda post it because Office Space (from where I swiped the original still) occupies a warm spot in my heart. (hee-hee, oops. scheduled that for the wrong day)