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Social media training slides 4 - google, facebook and the rest

  1. 1. Presentation:Google+, Facebook & all the restA quick look at some other popular social media sitesCentre For Collaboration & Partnership, University Of Brighton December 20-21, 2011
  2. 2. and all the rest
  3. 3. Google+, Facebook & all the rest ★ Sharing & privacy ★ Circles ★ Profiles vs pages ★ Audiences
  4. 4. Google+, Facebook & all the rest By 11.45 you will... ★ understand the different uses (and limitations) of each tool ★ have a strong sense of differing audiences for each tool ★ be able to asses whether Google+ and/or Facebook pages would be worthwhile
  5. 5. Sharing & privacy “At this point, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s pattern on privacy is clear. Launch new stuff that pushes the boundaries of what people consider comfortable. Apologize and assure users that they control their information, but rarely pull back entirely, and usually reintroduce similar features at a later date when people seem more ready for it.” - Liz Gannes
  6. 6. Sharing & privacy
  7. 7. Sharing & privacy
  8. 8. Google’s solution: Circles Circles   “You share different things with different people. But sharing the right things with the right people shouldnt be a hassle. Circles make it easy to put your friends from Saturday night in one circle, your parents in another and your boss in a circle all by himself, just like in real life.”
  9. 9. ...and Ripples
  10. 10. Brand/Fan pages & company pages
  11. 11. Brand/Fan pages & company pages
  12. 12. Brand/Fan pages & company pages
  13. 13. Brand/Fan pages & company pages
  14. 14. Brand/Fan pages & company pages
  15. 15. Google+, Facebook & all the rest So... do you feel you... ★ understand the different uses (and limitations) of each tool? ★ have a strong sense of differing audiences for each tool? ★ be able to asses whether Google+ and/or Facebook pages would be worthwhile?

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