Here’s an article questioning whether users should feel obligated to opt out of Facebook. It is a topic I think about a lot and it’s easy to ignore it when life is always so busy. My trouble atm is that I’m part of many FB groups, this is probably what keeps me going back more
There’s a lot of concerns concerned around the privacy of Facebook which has made me look into options of how I share things. Mostly I love to share things online. When it comes to this space, I see it as my own personal space., that I openly share to the world. To share my journey.
With all the privacy stuff going around, I thought it would be a good time for me to start making more effort into investing into my own social network of Rosie. Social network of Rosie means my websites. If you ever need to reach out, you can be sure to find me here on rosiesherry.com
I’ve created this based on my experience of community building within the Software Testing Club. It’s mostly true, though somewhat (not very) exaggerated. I should also add that not all marketeers are like this 🙂
A great post (Robert Scoble would call it a blog post) about whether blogging is dead or not. Both Facebook and Google+, this year, added the ability to do long-form writing inside a social network. I’d argue that’s causing a new age of blogging: one that is free of commercial concerns. How many of you
So Twitter came out with their new lists feature recently. Thought I would share mine 🙂 They revolve around my interests which include: coworking, communities, softwaretesting, Brighton, Lewes, education… I actually really like the lists. It has allowed me to trim down some of the people I am following whilst still being able to keep
You only need to search on the term ‘recommend’ on Twitter to see how powerful it can be as a word of mouth/mouse tool. Of course, it’s not just Twitter, but other social networks too (e.g. Facebook…)