I recently posted a video on Facebook, discussing how much information you share and how to modify your security settings. This post is specifically going to show you which setting you need to disable so Facebook’s programming can’t recognize your image.
If you haven’t been taking advantage of Twitter’s feature “Lists”, you definitely should and here’s why. If you are just starting out now is the perfect time to organize your followers. If you are already established and are beginning to find it difficult to keep up with your twitter feed, the list feature helps to ensure you don’t miss any tweets from your friends.
If you have a Facebook account you may or may not be concerned about who can view your information. Many of us create these accounts and make posts forgetting who we’ve friended, or forget that people can see much of what we post unless we go into the privacy settings and make these changes.
There are daily accounts of arrests being made, individuals being fired, etc… due to the content a user posted on his or her Facebook wall. So – if you do have a Facebook account and are concerned about who sees your content, this short video will show you step-by-step how to make those changes.
So you’ve created a LinkedIn profile, you’ve joined groups and post in them, but you aren’t seeing much action? This simple process will help you rank higher, perhaps as high as the first page of the search results in the “people search” section of LinkedIn. I’ve provided five straight-to-the-point steps for you to follow to get you on your way to the top.
Your Headline is the first thing people see when they go to your LinkedIn profile. This is where you need to have keywords that will be searched.
Your Current Work Experience is what you are currently doing in business, so it is the next most relevant thing.
Your Past Work Experience is also important. You want to work from top to bottom within your profile. .
Your Summary is the meat and potatoes of your profile. Make sure it looks clean but don’t just add a line of key words next to each other or it won’t do a good job representing who you are. You want to represent your personal brand.
Your Specialties is where you want to add a number of different keywords to showcase your talents in short phrases.
For more tips on LinkedIn stay tuned!