The Danger with Facebook Pages

Dashburst-dislike-button-stop-sign-300x225Do you have a FB page you rely on heavily? If FB bans it for some reason, you are banned from creating any more new pages
Why would your Page get banned?

‘How to avoid such a situation
There are many reasons for which your page can be shut down including:

1) Your Page does not follow Facebook Page guidelines
2) You do not adhere to Facebook contest guidelines
3) Your Page does not follow Facebook Advertising guidelines

Here are some quick tips to avoid such a situation:’

Where tweeters get publicly shamed
“Public Shaming” is a Tumblr blog created by Matt Binder
You could also submit tweets from composers you want to shame

‘I started retweeting people complaining about welfare, food stamps, etc. and then following it up with a previous tweet of theirs that makes them look hypocritical/dumb/etc.

‘I discovered that as I would retweet these, my followers would start @replying these people and let them know they were idiots. They would then delete their offending tweet…’

Share Muuver for a guaranteed BETA account
Just click the buttons below to share muuver to the site of your choice.Once you share, a form will be revealed where you can enter you name and email to be registered for your BETA MUUVER ACCOUNT!

BuzzFeed wants its community to compete with its editors
Wikipedia should learn from this
‘Earlier this month, BuzzFeed’s editors took a step toward giving those faithful followers a little more of the spotlight they crave. Shepherd, along with a staff of four, now run BuzzFeed Community, a content-producing vertical of its very own, complete with featured posts by community members and a leaderboard with the latest on who’s posts are getting the most traffic, likes, comments, and badges. It’s a competitive place, and anyone can join and enter the fray…’
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Poch is a Bookrix author and a freelance writer. He is a frequent contributor to TED Conversations.
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3 Responses to The Danger with Facebook Pages

  1. Paul Marek says:

    Hello Poch, thanks so much for mentioning and posting a link to muuver!


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