Many people recognize HootSuite as a social media dashboard, but is that all it can do? Follow along as we look at HootSuite’s feature for automatic posting on Google+ and other social networks.
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When it comes to social networks and privacy controls, LinkedIn is one of the best. But, despite good policies and user controls, they still know a good amount about you. If you decide you don’t want LinkedIn harvesting your data, you can delete your account.
StumbleUpon used to list its account deletion links in its help center. Since the revamp of its user interface, the help center was one of many features to go missing. But it’s still possible to delete your account.
You can’t disable facial recognition, but you can stop Facebook from using its database.
People give Twitter concern about privacy than Facebook, Twitter doesn’t require private data. Here’s how to permanently delete your Twitter Account.
Most businesses, artists and websites have their own Facebook page. Now, Facebook has done something it should have done a while ago — offer different types of admins. Each Admin account has different rights on the page. Here’s how to use the new Admin types.
It’s safe to say that Facebook’s first week as a public company didn’t go the way people were hoping and expecting. While the stock price is down by about 16 percent from its initial offering price, there’s still plenty of winners emerging from the rubble. Here’s the breakdown.
By the time you die, you’ll have left 15,795 twits on Twitter, 415 Facebook messages for each year of your life, and anything you left on a cloud will become the property of the folks who run the cloud. They can do anything they want with it. Your ancestors may get a kick traveling back in time to see you and hear from you, but are you sure you didn’t post any pix from that “business trip” to Vegas? Watch a great animation we found to find out what will not be interred with your bones but, for good or ill, will live after you….