As Southern California is attached by a series of wild fires how does social networking sites help the community? Uniting people around the world to help the suffering and find ways to send assistance and support.
In this video I take you step by step through the actions that someone trying to gain control over your social networking account and/or email account would take. Be sure to watch it through to the end, I provide tips on how to avoid such a situation and keep yourself and your accounts secure.
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Millions of people use social networks every day, but you need to be aware of the three types of users. Your actions determine what type of social networking user you become, so watch this video to identify which of the three types are you!
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Future bosses now snooping on Facebook?
According to a new survey released by Vault****, 44% of employers use social networking web sites like MySpace and Facebook to examine the profiles of job candidates, and 39% have looked up the profile of a current employee.
Do you think it is okay for managers to view their employees' social networking profiles? Take a look at what employers and employees in New York City had to say about social networking and the workplace.
Craig Newmark Craigslist founder Talks About The 1st Web 2.0 social network-Craigslist and real estate market conditions at Inman connect NYC 2008
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