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This presentation details the basics of Facebook, Twitter, and Google+. It covers why you would want each account, and how to get your profile set up, as well as what to do next.

This presentation details the basics of Facebook, Twitter, and Google+. It covers why you would want each account, and how to get your profile set up, as well as what to do next.

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  • 1. Social Networking:Facebook, Twitter, and Google+
    Mary Rotman
    Publicist, O’Reilly Media
  • 2. What is Social Networking?How do I use it?And how do I stay safe online?
  • 3. Social Networks:
    websites created for
    people (or organizations)
    who are connected by
    friends, family, or common interest.
  • 4.
  • 5. Facebook
    Why do I want a Facebook account?
    • Keep track of friends & family
    • 6. Reconnect with old schoolmates, business partners, coworkers, etc.
    • 7. Post pictures from recent trips, family events, or just to show off your grandkids
    • 8. Follow your favorite businesses and find coupons or special deals
  • Facebook
    The Basics:
    • Sign up for an account
  • 9. Facebook
    The Basics:
    • Sign up for an account
    • 10. Start finding your friends
  • 11. Facebook
    The Basics:
    • Sign up for an account
    • 12. Start finding your friends
    • 13. Fill out your profile information
  • 14. Facebook
    The Basics:
    • Sign up for an account
    • 15. Start finding your friends
    • 16. Fill out your profile information
    • 17. Add a profile picture
  • 18. Facebook
    The Basics:
    • Sign up for an account
    • 19. Start finding your friends
    • 20. Fill out your profile information
    • 21. Add a profile picture
    • 22. Wait for the email from Facebook and confirm your registration
  • Facebook
    Next Steps:
    • Explore your profile
  • 23.
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  • 25. Facebook
    Next Steps:
    • Explore your profile
    • 26. Find friends & favorite businesses
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  • 32. Facebook
    Next Steps:
    • Explore your profile
    • 33. Find friends & favorite businesses
    • 34. Edit what can be seen on your profile
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  • 45. Facebook
    Next Steps:
    • Explore your profile
    • 46. Find friends & favorite businesses
    • 47. Edit what can be seen on your profile
    • 48. Explore the Facebook home page
  • 49. Facebook
    Next Steps:
    • Explore your profile
    • 50. Find friends & favorite businesses
    • 51. Edit what can be seen on your profile
    • 52. Explore the Facebook home page
    • 53. Post your first status update
  • 54.
  • 55. Facebook
    Next Steps:
    • Explore your profile
    • 56. Find friends & favorite businesses
    • 57. Edit what can be seen on your profile
    • 58. Explore the Facebook home page
    • 59. Post your first status update
    • 60. Have fun, keep tabs on your friends and family, and share what’s happening in your life
  • Twitter
    Why do I want a Twitter account?
    • Find out about breaking news instantly
    • 61. Connect with people of similar interests
    • 62. Learn about upcoming events happening in your area
    • 63. Take advantage of contests and special deals
  • Twitter
    The Basics:
    • Sign up for an account
  • 64.
  • 65. Twitter
    The Basics:
    • Sign up for an account
    • 66. Edit your account settings & profile
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  • 74. Twitter
    The Basics:
    • Sign up for an account
    • 75. Edit your account settings & profile
    • 76. Find people to “follow”
    • 77. Who does Twitter think you should follow?
    • 78. What are your interests?
    • 79. Which of your friends are already on Twitter?
  • 80.
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  • 82. Twitter
    Next Steps:
    • Engage in conversations
    • 83. Tweets
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  • 85. Twitter
    Next Steps:
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  • 89. Twitter
    Next Steps:
  • 93. Twitter
    Next Steps:
  • 98. Twitter
    Next Steps:
  • 104. Twitter
    Next Steps:
  • Google+
    Why do I want a Google+ account?
    • Google+ is similar to Twitter:
    • 111. Follow people that interest you
    • 112. Keep up with recent news
    • 113. and similar to Facebook:
    • 114. Post pictures, links, and status updates
    • 115. but still unique:
    • 116. Google+ allows you to add friends, coworkers, acquaintances, even celebrities, into specific “circles”
    • 117. These circles allow you to publish information publically, to a whole circle, or privately to just one or two of your friends
  • Google+
    The Basics:
    • Request an invitation
    • 118. Find a friend who already has a Google+ account and ask them to invite you, or to tag you in a post.
  • Google+
    The Basics:
    • Request an invitation
    • 119. Edit your profile
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  • 125. Google+
    The Basics:
    • Request an invitation
    • 126. Edit your profile
    • 127. Create your circles
    • 128. Friends: Your real friends, the ones you’re comfortable sharing private details with.
    • 129. Family: Your close and extended family, with as many or as few in-laws as you want.
    • 130. Bloggers, work contacts, colleagues, influencers, etc.
  • 131.
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  • 133. Google+
    Next Steps:
    • Post your first status update
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  • 136. Google+
    Next Steps:
    • Post your first status update
    • 137. Check your stream
    - +1 posts or comments that you like/agree with
    • Leave comments and contribute to the conversation
  • 138. Security & Privacy
    • Don’t use the same password for all of your online accounts.
    • 139. Don’t click on any links unless you know where they lead & the person who sent them to you.
    • 140. Anyone’s account can get compromised, so if someone you trust sends you a message that you aren’t sure about, check with them first.