In 2005, MySpace became the most visited social media site and everyone spent most of their social media focused time and effort on it! Yet in 2008, its glory days ended and Facebook was at the top while Myspace engagement quickly dwindled. Today, many are starting to ask: Is the future going to be the same for Facebook? Is Facebook dying like MySpace did? In this episode of the vlog, I’m sharing some big signs that Facebook may be dying, but few other reasons why it has its best days ahead.
2018 is coming to an end and Christmas is just right around the corner! In this FREE webinar, Nona Jones, global head of faith-based partnerships at Facebook, and I will be sharing more about how you can maximize “next level” strategies, to not only share and gain likes about your upcoming Christmas events, but take the opportunity to actually engage your communities and create meaningful relationships on Facebook.
A couple of years ago, Facebook introduced the donate functional on its platform. There may be few good reasons why nonprofits should consider having it on their Facebook page. There’s also a big reason not to use it as well and I share that reason in this episode.
About a year ago Facebook released the Messenger for Kids app to introduce social media to kids under the age of 13 in a controlled environment. Having a 6-year old and a 9-year old, my wife and I have always talked about whether or not to allow our daughters on social media platforms. In this episode of the vlog, I’m sharing more about FB Messenger for Kids and how we manage it, which I hope will help you decide for your family as well!