Posts Tagged ‘Pages’

Grooming, cyberbullying, child abuse and other problems of social networks

November 28, 2011 Leave a comment

A study by Monash University finds out that privacy is the most common argument against social networking sites. Privacy is a topic that teenagers do not take into account. They create a profile in a social network but they do not think where can finish all this information they add, adn it can be manipulated. Read more…

Networks, Groups and Pages

November 26, 2010 Leave a comment

In a blog called “Slymarketing”, Jens P. Berget (who writes about marketing strategies) tells how a lot of things are going on in Facebook and that he is having a great time. However, there are some concepst he tries to define and he approaches the following  explanations: Read more…

Facebook: difference between Networks, Groups and Pages

November 17, 2010 Leave a comment

I could have never imagined what I had in store when I first logged in Facebook- incomprehensible privacy settings, responses to comments I had never made, friends that weren´t my friends-. Every single Facebook feature was a one big headache to me. But there is something I still find annoying: what’s the difference between networks, groups and pages? This is what Nick O’Neill, Vanina Berghella and others tell us: Read more…

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