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Status Updates

Limiting Facebook Updates to Certain Friends

by Barbara J. Feldman October 6, 2010

Facebook status updates generally are sent to all your friends, but there are controls that can customize exactly who sees your update. After typing your update into the Facebook status update box, click on the small lock next to the Share button. Now, you’ll see a drop-down menu that let’s you choose Everyone, Friends of […]

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Using Your Facebook Wall

by Barbara J. Feldman March 12, 2010

Your Facebook wall allows you to catch up on the latest news, photos, videos, and information from your friends and groups you are involved with. There are several parts to your Facebook wall, but it usually boils down to your profile wall and then your “main wall”. The main wall is where you are going […]

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How to Use Your Facebook Wall

by Barbara J. Feldman March 12, 2010

Facebook is the largest social networking site in the world. It is easy to use and it’s fun to connect with old and new friends. Facebook is not only used to share your personal pictures and information, a lot of businesses use the site to offer specials to their customers and to inform them of […]

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Can Tweets Be Sent to Facebook?

by Barbara J. Feldman March 8, 2010

Are you involved in the social media world of Facebook and Twitter? Both websites garner a lot of attention from their website followers because of the connection between the two sites. You can easily send your Tweets from Twitter so you don’t have to type in two single entries. This is nice for businesses and […]

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Can I Send Tweets to Facebook?

by Barbara J. Feldman March 7, 2010

Are you addicted to social media sites like Twitter and Facebook? You can easily connect the two sites together and save yourself a ton of time when you are posting status updates and tweets. Hopping back and forth between the sites to make sure you post the same message on both sites for your friends […]

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How to Keep Your Old Facebook Privacy Settings

by Barbara J. Feldman December 15, 2009

In a recent announcement, Facebook has made the default privacy setting for status updates visible to “everyone.” What this means is everyone on the Internet, not everyone of your friends. The reason behind the change is Facebook’s desire to increase it’s visibility in search engines and to compete more directly with Twitter (where public updates […]

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