I'm going to dispel a social media fallacy right now: Not only is it OK to delete a comment, post or thread – in some cases you should.
Suddenly the granite of the social media Commandments is showing its age. "Thou shalt not delete a user comment!" It can be done, and it can be done in a proper fashion.
"You can get a head start by publishing a community guidelines document explaining what will and won't get deleted." – John Frost, TheDisneyBlog.com
There’s a great article over on Duct Tape Marketing today about metrics to use to determine success on Facebook:
Feeling a bit lost with your Facebook Page insights? Good. href="https://www.facebook.com/help/336143376466063/">Facebook Insights terminology was not built for humans, and now that we know you are not a killer robot from Mars, we’ll help you measure your Facebook Page’s performance without drowning in all that robotic Martian muck. – href="http://www.ducttapemarketing.com/blog/2013/05/23/successful-on-facebook/">The 6 Metrics That Determine Your Success On Facebook by Emeric Ernoult
In the new release of InfoCaptor Enterprise, we added some very useful features.
1. Ability to connect to Postgres SQL
2. Ability to connect to Pervasive database
3. Test Database connections before adding them to the system.
Infocaptor works will all types of JDBC and ODBC connections. So if you need to connect to DB2 or say Firebird database, then download the jdbc drivers from the vendors website and place them in the tomcat/lib directory and then use the "Other JDBC" (in figure below)
I worked pretty hard on our corporate site to test on as many devices and browsers as possible, trying to ensure that m
In the aftermath of a natural disaster, social media can prove to be not only useful, but heartwarming.
At the time of this writing, over 11,500 people on Facebook joined a new group, “May 19 2013 OK TORNADO DOC & PICTURE RECOVERY,” . Due to an overwhelming response, the group created a more organized page (with the same name and content) dedicated to posting images of people’s priceless pictures and smaller items that were scattered throughout Oklahoma by the devastating tornado that hit Moore on Monday, May 20, 2013. People are also using the page to post donation, missing persons and family resources links, as well as loving words of encouragement. In times like this, helping people regain any semblance of their lives before the storm can make all the difference.
I was a dedicated Flickr Pro. I paid annual dues since 2007, most recently at $24.95 a year, for the privilege of uploading an unlimited quantity of photos and viewing zero ads on the Yahoo-owned photo sharing site. I uploaded 2,030 photos.
Here are the common things I've noticed from the fakers AKA Facebook Zombies: