Monday, January 30, 2012
Monday, January 9, 2012
Why Unsubscribing from Friends’ Comments and Likes Won’t Keep You Safe from Hackers – And What You Should Do Instead
There are lots of posts about how to "fix" Facebook. Here is just one of the resources we use to optimize our web presence for ourselves and our customers
Thursday, January 5, 2012
Thursday, December 29, 2011
Read More Here: Ten Questions to Ask Yourself Before Investing in a Marketing Automation System
Friday, July 29, 2011
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Thursday, March 31, 2011
Check out what yours truly and a bunch of other folks think about this.
Sunday, March 20, 2011
Facebook now has 600M users and is now more used the Google, who would have
thunk it. Lets admit it, Facebook allows us to share photos, jokes,
thoughts, videos etc. easily and quickly to our "friends". We all know that.
But they have to pay for all this. They just took in an investment of $500M
and whether we like it or not, they need to make money on this capital.
So to do that, they are hoping that ad revenue will allow them to give
Goldman Sachs a monstrous ROI and they are going to use OUR data to target
ads. Sometimes this is good. I want ads on skiing and wine, etc. I like
these things, though not together. But using ME in the adds? Sorry Charlie,
not me. Any photos of me could actually hurt sales! I want to opt-out and
Facebook allows me to do this.
so....here is my quick post from Facebook that I put on my status.
"Facebook will start using your photos in ads appearing on profile pages of
your contacts. It is legal and is mentioned in the fine print when you
create your account. To stop this do the following: Account, Account
Settings, Then click on Facebook Ads ( tab...), choose "No one" on the 2
drop-down menus and save changes. Copy and use in your status update."
You decide what you will do. Guess what my choice was?
Thursday, March 3, 2011
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Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Read - TechRepublic Article
Cloud Computing allows economies of scale, without the investment of time and money into resources that are only used a portion of the time.
IT is now completely scalable with its usage and the value it brings.