Make facebook friends

How to make facebook friends and market your business sucefuly? You got to make friends on facebook just like in real life. Real information’s, real photos of you traveling etc. Friends shouldn’t be just a number on facebook.
The point is to build real facebook page. Big part of the reason why are people on facebook is because they want to promote their business. But that doesn’t’ mean that they are coming to facebook only to sell their stuff around. No, they want to present them self’s as a nice likeable people who have successful internet business, so anyone who comes to their profile looking for career changes or interested in home business is going to see info, what there are working for, their web site and maybe learn more. That’s basically what we all are doing on facebook. Put your information’s and let people do what they want.

Facebook Home application installation

So what exactly is Home? You can think of it as a new skin for your phone that brings a lot of Facebook features right up front. For example as soon as you unlock your phone you’ll see a stream of pictures from your Facebook feed and you can immediately start scrolling through them to see what’s up. You can Like by double tapping anywhere on the screen which is actually kind of fun to play with. When you’re ready to unlock your phone you’ll find your profile picture as a little bubble.
You can drag left to open Messenger, up to go into your apps and right to open the last app you had running. If you use a passcode lock on your phone beware though, with the default settings anyone can like and comment before fully unlocking the phone and the integration is a bit half-baked for now. Unlike normal Android the app view is still extremely simple with a list of pages where you can organize apps however widgets aren’t supported yet.
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Why to Differentiate Facebook Friends From Acquaintances

Why is it important to differentiate between friendships and acquaintances?
I went through this recently. So I realized recently that I use the word friend too loosely. “Yeah, I’m friends with him… yeah, yeah; he’s a friend of mine.”
Right? And the reality is I call a lot of people Facebook friends who aren’t my friend. And you know, I have 2500 or 2300, who knows, “friends” on Facebook. They’re not my friends. They’re nice people, I like them, I think – if I met them, I don’t know I haven’t met most of them – but we clearly share common interests which is why we became Facebook friends on Facebook and that’s good, but they’re not my friends.
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Facebook Security – Facebook Chat

There are also options to use chat on Facebook; it’s called Facebook Chat. If you notice in the bottom right hand corner of the screen, there will be a button that says chat. If you click on it, a list of your friends will come up. People that are in your list can see you chatting anytime you want.
At the top you will notice people will be writing on their webpage what they’re doing, posting pictures, and things of that nature. At the bottom you will notice a list of people, that you can chat with. Anybody with a green button next to their name knows that you are available and you can chat with them.
Anybody with this icon can chat with you on their cellular phones. Also if you drag this menu bar down you’ll notice other people that are online because they are “More Online Friends” and all these people can see that you’re online at the same time as well.
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Facebook account How to – Navigate through Your Facebook Account

I’m going to give you a tour of the different parts of the Facebook account interface and some tips for navigating the application.

We’ll be looking at each individual feature throughout the course, but this post is designed to help you get you’re bearings.

At the top of every Facebook page, you will see this blue bar. Clicking on the Facebook logo always takes you back to this homepage. You can also hover your mouse over these different icons, and a tooltip will appear so you’ll understand what the button does, so this button takes me to my friend requests. This buttons here takes me to my private messages.
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Sign up for Facebook How To

Sign up for Facebook is easy. All you need is a valid email address.

So to sign up for Facebook just open your web browser. You can use any web browser and just navigate to www.Facebook.com. This is the home screen here.

If you already have an account, this is where you’ll come to login. You’ll just enter your Email address and your Password and click Login, but to create a new Facebook account, we’ll go down to this section where it says Sign Up for Facebook. So enter your First Name and Last Name and this should be your real name, because this is the name people will use when they try to find you. Then enter a valid Email address and this is the email address where all of your notifications about Facebook in your account confirmation are going to come.
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How To Delete Facebook Account Permanently

So you’re permanently looking to delete your Facebook account? And you probably have a million reasons to do so. You might hate Mark Zuckerberg, you’re sick of being invited to everyone else’s Facebook games like Candy Crush, Farmville, Coasterville, and every other “ville” that’s out there.
You might be lucky like me to have your own Facebook stalker… yeah. Well, it really doesn’t matter the reason why you’re quitting, in the next few minutes I’m going to show you how to backup all your personal data and permanently delete your Facebook account forever.

Ok, now before we delete our Facebook account what we’ll want to do is backup everything that we have, so all of our photos, video, and all the posts. And it’s really simple to do that. You come up to this little gear in the upper right-hand corner, mouse down to account settings, and once you’re there just click on this download a copy of all your Facebook data. And you can click this button, download archive. Basically what it’s going to do is save a file to your desktop that has all that information there; it’s really, really easy. Just a quick note: if you have a lot of information on your Facebook Account this might take a little bit of time. Now the next thing I’m going to show you is how to deactivate your account. This is really simple, come up to the gear, click account settings, over to security here, and then deactivate your account. Now, you’ll put the reason why you’re deactivating or leaving for a period of time. You can go ahead a click one of those. It’s always going to put up a little dialog box and try to convince you to stay, but you don’t need to do it you can just click on it and hit confirm, you put your password in and it will deactivate your account, it will be de-indexed, all that other stuff. But all the information is there and anytime you want to restore it all you’ve got to do is log into Facebook and it will restore your account.
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Status updates Facebook tutorial

Sharing things on Facebook is one of the most important things that you can do. This is how you communicate to other people in a public fashion and also how you start to chronicle your digital life. The most basic form of sharing on Facebook is something called the Status Update, and in this is the basic ways in which you can update your status.

Now a status message could be as simple as “I’m going to the bank,” or it could be as complex as a full blog post. Whatever it is, you can use Facebook to broadcast your thoughts at any given moment to the world. You’ll notice when you’re on the News Feed tab that you have this big status update window at the top. This allows you to say exactly what it says, what’s on your mind? So for instance, if I wanted to type out what I’m doing right now, I could say, I’m recording a course for lynda.com. You’ll also see that I get this pop up indicating I am allowed to tag other people in this post as well.
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Facebook Sharing How to

Sharing things on Facebook is one of the most important things that you can do. This is how you communicate to other people in a public fashion and also how you start to chronicle your digital life. The most basic form of sharing on Facebook is something called the Status Update, and in this is the basic ways in which you can update your status.

Now a status message could be as simple as “I’m going to the bank,” or it could be as complex as a full blog post. Whatever it is, you can use Facebook to broadcast your thoughts at any given moment to the world. You’ll notice when you’re on the News Feed tab that you have this big status update window at the top. This allows you to say exactly what it says, what’s on your mind? So for instance, if I wanted to type out what I’m doing right now, I could say, I’m recording a course for lynda.com. You’ll also see that I get this pop up indicating I am allowed to tag other people in this post as well.
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How to Report or Remove a Tag on Facebook

Today I’ll show you a way to manage tagged photos on Facebook.

If you’re tagged in a photo on Facebook, the first thing you might want to do is to check who this photo is shared with. First, click onto the photo. Then: Hover over the audience icon in the top right corner. This will tell you who the photo is shared with across Facebook. Remember: This means that the people that this photo is shared with can still see the photo in many other places on Facebook, EVEN if you’ve hidden that photo from your timeline.

Hiding that photo from your timeline does not change who can see the photo elsewhere on Facebook, such as in News Feed. If you don’t want this photo to be shared with other people on Facebook, the best thing to do is to tell the person who posted this phototo take it down.
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How To Not Miss Facebook Friends Posts On Facebook

Facebook friends – Let’s take a look at how to view Facebook Friends posts without missing anything.

I don’t get asked many questions about Facebook friends but when I do it is usually about this topic. It’s when you miss something that Facebook Friends has posted on Facebook. You find out about it later and you realize you never saw it when you went to view your Newsfeed on Facebook.

Well, this is because Facebook doesn’t show you everything. When you view the Top Storie on Facebook you only see a selection of what’s available. Presumably this is because otherwise there would be a ton of stuff. But some people don’t mind looking at a ton of stuff and just don’t want to miss anything that their Facebook Friends post. So let me show you some techniques.
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