Facebook ‘See First’ feature

Do you have a fear of missing out on Facebook?

Fear of missing out or FOMO is human nature and what drives social media.

Facebook’s goal with the news feed is to display the stories that are important to you. They order posts in an order based on how interesting they are to you. The more you contact someone or like or comment on content, Facebook will rank them higher in your news feed.

Facebook has added the ‘See First’ feature to help you not to miss important updates from friends and pages. With this feature you can now select which friends and pages you would like to see at the top of your news feed.

The new feature can be found under the ‘Following’ tab on profiles and pages. It lets you the user take back control over what appears in your news feed.


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Hootsuite Ambassador

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I’m proud to announce that I’m now a Hootsuite Ambassador, this a voluntary position and I’m not employed by Hootsuite.

Hootsuite was launched in 2008 and since then has pioneered social media management. It’s the most widely used platform for managing social media with over 10 million users in more than 175 countries.

With Hootsuite you easily manage all your social media profiles on one dashboard using one login and you can also automate scheduling content publishing.

More information can be found here https://hootsuite.com



Twitter Chat Communities – Google Hangout

This is a recap of a Google Hangout about twitter chat communities that I took part in. It was hosted by Jonathan Brewer and Sherrie Rohde with myself, Christin Kardos, Aaron Kilby, Nicole Miller and Sarah Nagel as panelists. The chat was also on Twitter with users using the hashtag #CMGRHangout to join in.


via http://mycmgr.com/how-to-get-the-most-out-of-twitter-chats/