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How to grow your network safely using Facebook's privacy settings.

How to grow your network safely using Facebook's privacy settings.

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    Growing your network safely Growing your network safely Presentation Transcript

    • Growing your network. Safely.
      Peter Fletcher
    • Let’s get to know each other
    • Why use Facebook?
      Keep in touch with family and friends
      Share photos
      And stories
      Most importantly, have fun
      Photo credit: spoon on Flickr
    • Why Facebook for work
      Develop your profile – Nikki D’Agostino
      Build your network – Rob Ham
      Leading to new managements
      Career opportunities
      Support when life is tough – sacked and single
    • The problem
      Status updates can get you sacked
      So can photos or comments
      You might be stalked
      Or harassed
      Some bosses don’t “get” Facebook
    • Being dooced
      Heather Armstrong
      Blogged about work and church
      Never mentioned names
      Cathartic
      Sacked Feb 26, 2002
      Image source: www.dooce.com/about
    • Two steps to safe Facebook
      Have *that* conversation
      Get proactive with privacy
      Photo credit: bobster855 on Flickr
    • Facebook. Yes? No? Maybe?
      Is Facebook permitted at your work?
      Why?
      Why not?
    • Your Facebook profile
      Is Facebook public?
      Or private?
      Or somewhere in between?
      Who gets to decide?
    • Your work on Facebook
      Can you discuss your job?
      What about if you don’t say where you work?
      Can you discuss your manager? Colleagues?
      Anonymously?
    • What goes on your profile?
      Swearing?
      Smut?
      *Those* photos?
      Photo credit: Leonid Mamchenkovon Flickr
    • Can Facebook be used…
      To check tenant references?
      Employee work references?
      Manage employee productivity?
      Or absenteeism?
      Photo credit: surfstyleon Flickr
    • Be proactive with privacy
      Create a professional impression AND have fun
      Interact with clients safely
      Avoid conflict with your boss
      Get into good habits early
    • Who gets to see your profile?
      Work mates?
      Owners?
      Tenants?
      Boss?
      Other PM’s?
      What parts of your profile do you want visible?
    • Who do you add?
      Work mates?
      Boss?
      The gardener?
      Owners?
      Tenants?
      Maybe the answer is everyone. Say what?
    • Managing your privacy
      Create Friend lists e.g. owners, tenants
      Used to include or exclude who sees what
    • Four main privacy controls
      Profile – who gets to see the info on your profile
      Search – who can find you and what they can see
      Newsfeed and Wall
      Applications
      First three are the most important
    • Who can find you?
      Adjust your Search visibility
      Adjust Search result content
      Decide if you want to be found in a public (Google, Yahoo, Bing) search
    • Adjust Profile privacy
      Problems are caused by:
      Status and Links
      Photos Tagged of You
      Videos Tagged of You
      Photos you upload
    • Problem status updates
    • Customise Status and Links
      Use Customise to include or exclude friends and lists
      Can include or exclude based on lists or names
    • Customise albums
      Default setting is Everyone
      Create albums based on content
      Choose one of the defaults or,
      Include or exclude lists or people with the customise function
    • Consider alternatives
      Facebook business Page
      LinkedIn
      Twitter
      A personal blog
    • In conclusion
      Facebook brings lots of opportunities
      But a number of risks
      Have *that* conversation
      Be proactive with your privacy
      Especially with Status, photos and videos
    • peterfletcher.com.au
      therealestatemarketingmaven.com
      Facebook
      The Real Estate Marketing Maven on Facebook
      Twitter.com/peterfletcher
      LinkedIn/in/peterfletcher
      0419 538 838
    • What’s the big deal?
      200+ million on Facebook
      5th biggest nation on earth
      Michael Jackson 9.3m fans
      Barack Obama 6.5m fans
      Altitude 2000+
    • Loyal Fans with Pages
    • Fan Pages – an overview
      Functions like a personal profile
      Wall
      Tabs
      Reviews, discussions, notes
      Applications
      Fans
    • Similar rules
      Add value
      Create engaging content
      Keep it light
      Sell only as a service – like Andy
      Respond and engage
    • Building fan community
      Recommend to your friends
      Promote with Facebook ads
      Hyper-targeted campaigns
      Ask friends to recommend
    • First impressions count
      Blurb
      Info
      Post consistently
      Create a landing tab
      Manage wall and news feed settings
    • Creating fan interactions
      Upload and tag pics
      Create an event
      Create and tag a note
      Post interesting/entertaining links
      Create a discussion
      Ask for reviews of your service
      Add an application