Thursday, January 9, 2014
Facebook has taken the nation, actually the world, by storm! It’s become a mainstream part of the American society and more people have accounts than do not. You can’t even turn on the television without hearing a commercial asking you to “like” their Facebook page. That being said, there are a few things that every Facebook user should know as they participate in the wonderful world of social media. This includes security settings and application websites like beezmap.com to enhance your user experience, as well as the best way to share content within your social network.
The first thing that every Facebook user needs to know is the options for their security settings. The settings are automatically generated as open and public. If you have an issue with strangers being able to look you up or non-“friends” seeing your content, you need to go to your security settings and tweak them to give you more privacy. It’s also always a good rule of thumb to look through your privacy settings at least once a month to monitor changes in the account from software updates, etc.
Collage Maker and Other Apps
There are some amazing apps available to supplement your Facebook experience. You can find tools at sites like beezmap.com to enhance your picture-sharing experience. You can create collages or edit pictures, add captions, etc. Each of these things will make your experience much more enjoyable and provide a creative outlet for you in your user experience.
The Best Way to Share
Something else that’s important for your situation is to know the proper way to share items on Facebook. If you want to share information from a blog, especially, it’s important to give the original author full credit and give a link to their original post. If you share something that was not originally created by you, you could be at risk for legal ramifications. Instead, provide the link and give full credit to the original creators of whatever it is that you are sharing. And remember, great websites like beezmap.com want their information to be shared; it should just be done in the correct way.
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