One of the most frequently asked questions in my social media training sessions is, “What constitutes stealing content?” It’s simple … taking what isn’t yours and passing it off as yours. Actually, it’s a little more complex than that – and I AM NOT AN ATTORNEY, but I can help you with a few broad tips about how craft your own content after gathering research on the Internet.
I recently heard a seminar speaker say, “Facebook is dead. People are leaving in droves.” This particular speaker also said that she used Facebook exclusively to promote her blogs and writing. I can vouch for her being a successful blogger – one who taught me a thing or two – and someone I like and enjoy talking to. But there’s been a problem growing on Facebook. There’s a steady group growing – a group of Facebook users who collect Facebook’s limit of 5000 friends and then became a “one topic poster” – the topic being – them, or their business. These people are only interested in Facebook’s ability to directly market their content. PERIOD.
To me – it’s SPAM. Read more
With recent changes made to the Facebook algorithms people have been noticing that not all their friends see their posts – and likewise we don’t see all the things our friends post anymore. This is especially true of PAGES.