‘Good fences make good neighbours’ - proverb In the time I’ve been researching and writing about Facebook, privacy has come up as one of the most fundamental issues people have. Most people want to understand exactly how the basics work before they … [Read more...] about Public and private spheres: building zones in Facebook
In Facebook as with a number of other tools, tagging is a way of bringing greater meaning to content like photos or text. For example, if you've added a photo, you create a tag by clicking 'Tag photo', choosing the person's face and then when you … [Read more...] about Getting more attention – tagging and understanding notifications
In this quick guide we''ll look at three useful ways of building communities on Facebook. Sometimes people worry about using Facebook to talk to people who aren't personal friends and family. All of these methods allow you to interact with people … [Read more...] about Quick start: 3 ways of building communities on Facebook
Newark-upon-Trent was the venue for the latest talk about local training session with the excellent Holy Trinity Parish People Power team. This is part of talk about local's work for Nesta supporting winners of the Neighbourhood Challenge … [Read more...] about What to call your hyperlocal site and small town Facebook sign up.
< Part of Talk of the Town: the hyperlocal handbook for Facebook. Click here to go back to the Contents This is a clever way of building a community around Facebook's event platform I noticed being used by the very lovely Stoke DJ and all-round … [Read more...] about Facebook in action: creating communities around events
< Part of Talk of the Town: the hyperlocal handbook for Facebook. Click here to go back to the Contents A lot of campaigns start through Facebook due to the easy way that people can comment, share and like causes that they agree with. It’s … [Read more...] about Amplifying your voices