When you protect your Tweets, the following restrictions are put in place:People will have to request to follow you; each follow request will need approval. Learn more.Your Tweets will only be visible to users you've approved.Other users will not be able to retweet your Tweets. Learn more.Protected Tweets will not appear in Google search; protected Tweets will only be searchable on Twitter by the account holder and approved followers.@Replies you send to people who aren't following you will not be seen by those users (because you have not given them permission to see your Tweets).You cannot share permanent links to your Tweets with anyone other than your approved followers.
1. Basics of Social Media
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• One Billion Users Worldwide
• 10 Years Old
• Connect with everyone to share photos, life events and more
4. Tour of Facebook
5. Tip: Cover photos are 851 pixels wide and 315 pixels
tall- think long and wide
6. Privacy and Facebook
Default settings are public!
Check back every so oftenterms often change
Tip: There is no such thing a “Private”
7. About those Apps
What do your friends share
8. Are you advertising for others?
9. Getting the Most from Facebook
10. Share something
11. Picture Options
12. Hide Annoying Posts and People
13. Facebook Mobile
• Communicate in 140 Characters
• Conversations via # “@”
16. Anatomy of a Tweet
17. Terms to know:
• # before a relevant keyword or phrase (no spaces)
• Click on a #word in any message shows you all other
Tweets marked with that keyword.
• Hashtags can occur anywhere in the Tweet
• Popular hashtags become Trending Topics.
• If you Tweet with a hashtag, anyone may find it.
• No more than 2 hashtags per Tweet.
• Use hashtags only on Tweets relevant to the topic.
Example hashtags: #Sochi2014
19. Privacy on Twitter
At a minimum, turn off Tracking
• Visualization Boards
• About Shared Interests instead of personal connections
• DIY, Decorating, Exercise, Food, Clothes, and more!
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There is no
privacy – except
for secret boards
24. Bonus Security Tips
• Turn on 2-step
Authentication on Facebook,
LinkedIn and Google
• Never use the same
password for more than one
• Eye emails with suspicion