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7 Common Sense Social Networking Tips

Creating a single post and scheduling it to be automatically posted at a specific time across multiple social networks is quick and easy. But don’t be fooled by convenience. It’s an impersonal approach to communication that has the potential to annoy existing followers and provoke them to unfollow.

Keeping your blogging cool

Comments are very powerful and can be benefit your blog. Regardless of your niche or your intent when publishing a post sometimes discussions can give rise to unexpected controversy and it’s important to keep a safe environment for discussion on your blog. Knowing how to deal effectively with spammers,  annoying subscribers, negative comments and trolls…

California outlaws online impersonation

Online reputations on sites like Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Google and the like are becoming just as important as offline reputations in terms of getting into university or employment. The internet has been a wild west, where reputations can be damaged with clicks of a mouse.  Well, this Saturday  online impersonation that seeks to harm becomes…

Facebook Connections and Reputation Management

These days one can be either hired or fired based on what employers find on our Facebook pages and reputation management has become a focus for bloggers. The reality is that much of the web is designed, not so much to share information, as to sell it. It’s also a reality bloggers today, more than ever before, have many demands on their time and social media networking to create an authentic online presence can be a time drain.

Handle Online Attacks Effectively

A personal attack is committed when a person substitutes abusive remarks for evidence when attacking another person’s claim or claims. This line of “reasoning” is fallacious because the attack is directed at the person making the claim and not the claim itself. If you’ve been  personally attacked online my advice is to consider failing to…