Today Facebook announced new policies regarding removal of content deemed to go against community standards from Facebook Pages and in Facebook Groups, as well as measures to crack down on preventing those who have had their content removed from simply reinventing themselves in a different page or group.
Did you accidentally reset your Firefox browser and so, you think, lost the opportunity, after closing and reopening Firefox, to recover tabs or windows or pages you had open in Firefox before you closed it? This most often happens when you close Firefox, planning to reopen it and restore tabs and windows, but before you get a chance to do that you click on a link in an email or text message, and suddenly Firefox reopens to that link.
Have you ever received an event invitation on Facebook, out of the blue, that you wanted? Us neither. So we wanted to know how to block all event invitations on Facebook. And while it turns out that you can’t turn off invitations on Facebook, you can block them all (although not all at once). Here’s how.
Facebook has announced that effective in January, they are going to suppress posts that seem too promotional on Facebook pages – unless, of course, it is a paid sponsored post. Warns Facebook “Pages that post promotional creative should expect their organic distribution to fall significantly over time.”
We recently posted an article on how to find (and remove) all of the Facebook groups to which you belong. In response, one of our readers asked us how to find a list of all of the pages you have liked on Facebook. So, here you go.
Want to know the difference between different types of Facebook pages? Then this artical about Facebook page differences is for you! When you first go to set up a Facebook page, you are presented with a choice of six different Facebook page options – Local Business or Place; Company, Organization or Institution; Brand or Product; Artist, Band or Public Figure; Entertainment; and Cause or Community. The main difference is what information you can share in the “About” and other sections of your page.