Posts tagged ‘facebook postings’
We have all be annoyed beyond belief of Stik.com postings on our wall. Often from someone who doesn’t even interact with us. I myself almost went on a unfriending frenzy about this. Only to do a little research and realize that once a user signs up for Stik, they have virtually little to no control over those postings. So I backed off a little. But still want it to stop. So you will all be VERY happy to know that its easy as pie to make go away. My 2 second instructions are below……. You’re welcome!
Searching in Facebook go up top and search Stik.com (in FB search bar NOT URL)… go to all results (bottom of the window that opens up), left hand side click on apps. Then.. once in the Stik.com app window scroll down to left hand side and block app.
And… Wa la!
By the way. If you want recommendations from your peers or customers go to LinkedIn. This is the PROPER place for such non spamming activities.
Do you? Post with a purpose that is? Are you speaking to your audience? Do you know who your audience is? These are all very relevant things to ask yourself when reviewing your social media strategy. Its true, generally no one cares what type of sandwich you had for lunch, or that your dog woke you up early. But, sometimes they do…it all depends on how you deliver your message. Is it intentional? We are taught to move from E to P (entrepreneurial to purposeful) is business. I believe that same strategy can be overlaid onto social media.
To give you an idea. Being entrepreneurial in social media means that you post, you’re going after it. But your posts may not really be engaging your friends or followers. They may lack life and excitement. No passion. Lets flip this theory. Your purposeful in your posts, you speak directly to your audience and you make them feel like they are a part of your life. They will begin to engage with you. They will feel your passion and your life through your posts.
Example of E: Went to lunch at Panera today –Boring, uneventful, lacks passion, and just blah.
Now, lets look at this same statement with purpose: Just had an amazing lunch with clients at Panera…. the chocolate brownie is to die for! — Exciting, talks about clients (which is a great shameless plug for business) and hits home about brownies. You’ve just made half of your fan base drool on their keyboards!
It’s all about engaging your audience and speaking directly to them with a purpose. Not just speaking words into the clouds and hoping someone hears it!