What a tremendous month it has been. Well for social media anyway, apparently its been the wettest July in Ireland on record. This month Social Media Round Up has some things to think about definitely!
I'm sure if you have been using a Smartphone for a while you will know that Google uses your location to find local facilities and of course for the Maps facility, but now all of that data is kept and collected and tracks ALL of the places you have been too, how long you were there and how often you return. Google has reassured users that this information is only open to you but you can still remove this capability if you wish. Check out this blog post from Cheatsheet to learn more and to see how to switch it off if you wish.
I have recently had a client approach me about missing messages on her personal profile. She was hoping to buy something in a local Buy, Sell and Swap page and was told numerous times she had been messaged but said she hadn't received a message from the seller. This was because she wasn't aware that she had this other Inbox. It is treated like a Spam filter and only people and pages that aren't already connected to you will have their messages sent to this Inbox. Find more here!
Article from source: Makeuseof.com
Fixing Up Your NewsFeed: UnfollowNow you can simply unfollow people instead of unfriending, it's not just for celebrities! This way you get to stay in contact with the people that you see all the time but can still visit "Friends" pages when you like.
I had the privilege of meeting Lilach Bullock at The Big Social Media Conference this month and she has a fantastic website full of glorious tips on social media. I have been trawling through it and found this very useful post from way back in January 2015, on LinkedIn personal profiles, the information is still current and of use. Thank to Dan Purvis for creating it!
Carol Faughnan recently put out her useful blog post on how to back up your Wordpress website into Dropbox