Save Facebook posts or be notified when others make comments on them without sharing or commenting on them yourself.
You’ve probably seen these short URLs all over the web, but did you know you can create and take advantage of them yourself… for free?
Users with free accounts can no longer purchase InMails and you can now only send 15 messages per month to fellow group members.
This post walks you step-by-step through the Twitter sign-up process so you can be up and tweeting in no time.
A workaround for one of Facebook’s most annoying “features”…
Learn how to avoid passing along these common types of myths and hoaxes.
Learn what this ubiquitous symbol means and how to make the most of it in your tweets.
While there are several ways to do this, purchasing an individual InMail is often the best option—and the most difficult to find.
A few months ago, Facebook did one of those cute things it likes to do where it adds an annoying new feature and doesn’t bother telling anybody about it.
Virtual Assistant and blogger Anne Headen discusses some of her favorite tech tools.
Three years later, people are still asking this question but the answer stays the same.
In my earlier post, The INs of LinkedIn, I explained what a LinkedIn Invitation is and showed you how to send them. However, those were just the mechanics of it. This post will discuss some of the etiquette questions regarding sending and receiving invitations, such as who it is okay/not okay to invite and what do you do if you don’t want to accept someone else’s request.