Presentation on theme: "NHnetWORKS December 14, 2009. Facebook is a global Social Networking website that is operated and privately owned by Facebook, Inc. Users can add."— Presentation transcript:
Facebook is a global Social Networking website that is operated and privately owned by Facebook, Inc. Users can add friends and send them messages, and update their personal profiles to notify friends about themselves. Additionally, users can join networks organized by city, workplace, school, and region.
Profile and Contact Information Messages and Inbox Wall Photos Video Notes Events Groups Chat Applications not built by Facebook
Controlling Your Privacy Settings Update to privacy settings Privacy settings and fundamentals Friend Lists and Limited Profile Controlling Who Can Find You Search privacy and the Suggestions feature Blocking people Public search listings on internet search
Strategies & Ideas Groups/Events/Notes Understanding friends perspectives Reconnecting Keeping tabs The creation of place
Accept Friend request only from those who you know and trust. It should be about Quality, not Quantity.
How do I prevent people from seeing my Friends List? You can customize who can view your Friends List by going to the Privacy page and clicking on “Profile”
The Limited Profile functionality is a type of Friend List. You can limit the privacy settings for any friend list you create. If you had people on your Limited Profile, they have been moved to a new friend list called "Limited Profile," and this friend list has been added to the appropriate places on your privacy settings. For example, if you hid your Wall Posts in your Limited Profile, the new Limited Profile friend list has been placed under the "Except These People" setting for Wall Posts.
You are now able to customize which friends and Friend Lists are (or are not) allowed to view your content. To use these options, select the "Privacy Settings" option from the "Settings" drop-down menu at the top of any Facebook page. You can also review and edit your Friend Lists from the Friends page.
How many groups can I join? You can join up to 300 groups. If you have already reached this limit, you will need to leave some groups before you will be able to join any new ones. Many companies & recruiters are now using Facebook!
Public vs. Private Debate Is Facebook a New Tool for Stalkers? Who is Looking? When? Why? You Can’t Take It Back: The Permanence of Digital Records
Twitter is a free social networking and micro-blogging service that enables its users to send and read messages known as tweets. Tweets are text-based posts of up to 140 characters displayed on the author's profile page and delivered to the author's subscribers who are known as followers. Senders can restrict delivery to those in their circle of friends or, by default, allow open access. Users can send and receive tweets via the Twitter website or cell phone.
@[someone’s name]. This is a Twitter user name. RT or “Retweet”. This means they’re forwarding along someone else’s tweet. #[Acronym]. This is a hash tagsystem where people can categorize their tweets to help others search for them. DM (Direct Message). This means send a private tweet to an individual, i.e. “DM me the details.”
By popular demand, Twitter users can now organize users they follow (or users that they don’t) into groups, or “lists”.
www.hootsuite.com times your tweets, tracks links www.hootsuite.com www.TweetDeck.com shows you everything you want to see at once, so you can stay organized and up to date. www.twhirl.org auto shortens links www.twhirl.org www.twitthis.com posts what you read with a click www.twitthis.com www.twitterfeed.com links your blog to Twitter www.twitterfeed.com FacebookTwitter App links Tweets to Facebook
Twitter only allows you to have one account per unique email address. There is a way around this, but you need is a Gmail address. Gmail has a nice feature where you can create aliases. An alias is where you add “+something” after your Gmail username and before the “@gmail.com” My Gmail address is – dcurley23[at]gmail.com and for this guide I am going to create the following alias, Dcurley23firstname.lastname@example.org Dcurley23email@example.com
With aliases, You can have as many aliases as you want per Gmail username Aliases can be as short as one character long after the + symbol, eg firstname.lastname@example.org Before you move onto Twitter, you need to do two things with your Gmail account, Create a label Create a filter
Login to your Gmail account and next to the search field in Gmail click on the create a filter link, In the To field, enter your Gmail username + alias, then click, Check the option Apply the label, then select New label, Enter a new label name, then click
Click on Your filter has now been created and any incoming mail to that address will also have that label applied to it, Done! Your Gmail alias has now been setup.
New, as of 11/10/09 Hot off the press! Rolling out overnight tonight is a new feature that allows you to update your LinkedIN status from your Twitter feed, and your Twitter from your LinkedIN. In LinkedIN, you will find a Twitter Settings panel that allows you to link your accounts and choose whether your Twitter account appears on your profile. You can also use a check-box to choose specific status updates to Tweet. In your Twitter settings, you can link your LinkedIn account to your Twitter and then choose whether to always cross-post to LinkedIn OR just send particular tweets by using one of two hashtags: #li or #in.