One of the main justifications for Facebook’s recent introduction of hashtags is that it will enable marketers to ‘extend their reach’ more spontaneously than other methods such as pay-per-click advertising. However, unlike Twitter, where profiles are automatically public and hashtags can be seen by anyone, hashtags posted on private Facebook profiles will not be visible […]
I have begun work on my second Bachelor’s degree, this time in IT/Web Design and Development. Over the summer I have taken my first web design class which is appropriately called “Intro to Web Design.” Well, I wanted to take a stab at creating my first web page from scratch, so I wrote up a […]
Leading up to January 1, 2011, I will be counting down the top 10 posts of 2010, as recorded by the WordPress site stats here on Footsteps of Faith. The 3rd most popular post was National Unfriend Day: Why and How to Cut the “Friend Fat” and was originally published November 17, 2010. In reading through the […]
In reading through the Google Trends today, I learned for the first time that Jimmy Kimmel has declared November 17 “National Unfriend Day.” Jimmy wants you to make the time and take the opportunity to go to your Facebook page and pare down your friend list.
Special thanks to Aaron Lee for enthusiastically agreeing to do this interview. I hope you, as the reader, gain as much from it as I did. I am absolutely thrilled to share this interview with you. Here’s what Aaron had to say about blogging, social media, and other fun stuff too: I never thought I […]