So you wanna be a student president, but have you taken into consideration your online presence? As an aspiring candidate your sole aim is to get your campaign messages across. Traditional campaing styles is not enough. Do you know how Obama won, not only because of his Policies but the media in which he channeled them. As it was clearly seen,
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Google yesterday announced an important update to Google+. Update further integrating Google+ into our daily use of Google products. With this update, you can send emails to people your Google+.
Ofcourse not all of us would like to receive emails from people in their Circle. So here is how to stop anyone on Google+ from emailing your gmail account.
- Click on this link to take you to your Gmail Account settings. ( If this link doesn’t work, open your Gmail, click on the gear at the top right corner and click settings.
- Stay in the general tab and scroll to “email via Google+” and select your preferred option.
- Now scroll down and click Save Changes.
The Google Trader Operations team has sent out emails to users of Google Trader that, effective from 11th November, 2013, Google Trader will no longer be available for posting new listings or reposting existing listings. However, users may continue to post listings until the said date and any listing posted as of that date will remain active on Google Trader until it expire.
In this article, we are going to learn how to use Google+ to market your products to your customers. Mind you, Google+ is one of the fastest growing Social Media Network. As of September, 2013, Google+ can boast of 1.01 Billion registered users, And according to experts, this figure is set to double up in a year’s time. As a business, this is your opportunity to flourish. We all know the power that Google has over the Internet.
There are many reasons why most people don’t use their true identity or use false info on their social media. Reasons given are mostly about security, staying safe from Spammers, Stalkers or even from parents.
Some exaggerate on their personality making it very attractive and therefore convenient for spammers or hackers. I once saw a photo that a friend posted on Facebook and in the photo was the image of my friend on his bed, and surprisingly his bed was covered with Dollars. I knew my friend didn’t have that amount of money but after a very careful look I realized that the image was photoshoped. Can you imagine this? This will certainly attract people who are interested in “your $$”. Why do you endanger yourself by posting some of these things?