Klout Explained (further). The most polarizing topic in social media is an algorithm-based website that we all know about by now. But should we really dismiss it as quizzical? Un-useful? Here is more information that may sway your opinion.
Facebook is introducing a new feature in a few weeks to try to make gaining access to your account easier when you are locked out by adding “Trusted Friends”. With the new feature, you can provide codes to trusted friends, so if your locked out, they can help you get back in.
According to Google’s blog spot, Google has implemented yet another change, attempting to make for safer searches. Now all of you who believe that Google really cares about your anonymity through searches raise your digital hand… Well, before your mind implodes trying to raise a digital hand I’ll just say they don’t check it
Get Your Klout Up: Part II
2. Start discussions. One of the factors we’re looking at are the conversations and discussions surrounding you and your content. If a friend or follower posts something you like or want to know more about, start a discussion about it. Don’t just put out content and then disappear – wait for any responses from your network and engage with them. Try occasionally asking a question of you network — I’ve personally found some great tips and products that way — and it’ll foster a closer connection with your audience.
Facebook has quietly introduced a new tool that makes instant inline language translations appear with a single click.
This is different from Google’s translation tool — this opt-in service is powered by Microsoft Bing and works on individual posts on Facebook Pages, including comments….
Yes, your picture of you and your beer pong victory shows your athletic nature. Your shotgunning a beer while skiing down a mountain pic demonstrates your multitasking abilities and your “I love Democrats” status shows you are passionate about politics. However, future and current employers may not share the same point of view. By FutureRanking.com