Learn to: Create your account and find new and old friends Update your status and navigate your News Feed Set your security so only certain people see your profile and posts Upload photos and video and tag your friends Ready to get active on Facebook but have no clue where to start? This guide gets you going! So you've finally decided to join the "social network." Maybe you have a Facebook account but want help navigating the site. This handy guide tells you how to get started, set up your Timeline, find friends, protect your privacy, and much more. Discover how Facebook helps you make new connections and keep up with old friends. Get the basics right — learn how to add personal info, send Friend Requests, and set privacy controls Reach out — find friends, start chat sessions, share photos, and use tags Choose your audience — fine-tune the Friend Lists that Facebook makes for you Show off your smiling face — share your photos and videos with your Facebook friends Manage your profile — choose what you want to share and find out how to make changes to your information Keep in touch — contact your friends using private or public messages Open the book and find: Steps for finding and connecting with friends on Facebook Tips for changing your profile picture and cover photo How to tell your story in Timeline Privacy controls and how to set them Advice for parents of teens on Facebook Ways to interact with friends using comments, likes, and sharing
Release on 2007-06-01 | by BottleTree Books LLC (Firm),Bottletree Books,Editors of Bottletree Books LLC
Explode Your Popularity, Secure Your Privacy and Buzz Your Band on Facebook
Author: BottleTree Books LLC (Firm),Bottletree Books,Editors of Bottletree Books LLC
Pubpsher: Bottletree Books LLC
Find out how to launch your career to 15 million potential customers. Learn how to get crazy popular. Concerned about privacy? Read how to secure it in every area. Here are a few of the topics covered: 75 Ways to Buzz Your Band; Popularity Tips and Tricks to Make You Facebook Royalty; Coolest Profile Names and URLs; Get Celebrities and Famous Bands as Your Friend; Poking and Prodding, Oh My; Rock the Facebook Vote; Be a Blog Hog; Climbing the Wall; Go Underground on Facebook with Little Used Privacy Settings; Make Money Off Your Videos; 55 Ways for Authors to Buzz Their Book; 70 Ways to Get Films Recognized; and 40 Ways to Zoom a Political Campaign. Read today and rule Facebook tomorrow!
Release on 2012-10-01 | by Tobias Albers-Heinemann
Author: Tobias Albers-Heinemann
Pubpsher: O'Reilly Germany
Wer selbst nichts mit sozialen Medien am Hut hat, nimmt im Zusammenhang mit Facebook und Co. meist nur die negativen Schlagzeilen wahr – und möchte sein Kind am liebsten ganz davon fernhalten. Die Ängste sehen etwa so aus: „Häufiger Internetkonsum macht dick, dumm und süchtig, Kinder sind auf Facebook Cybermobbing und Betrügern ausgesetzt und werden eh nur abgezockt, Facebook ist Zeitverschwendung“ etc. Doch ein Facebook-Verbot für den Nachwuchs ist sicher keine gute Option, denn das lässt sich weder kontrollieren, noch wird es dem heutige Mediennutzungsverhalten junger Menschen gerecht. Aufklärung tut also Not, denn nur wer versteht, was Facebook Jugendlichen bietet, wo eher Vorsicht geboten ist und wie eine pädagogisch sinnvolle Begleitung der eigenen Kinder aussehen kann, ist in der Lage, seinem Kind bei der Nutzung sozialer Medien hilfreich zur Seite stehen. Die Autoren, beides Medienpädagogen mit jahrelanger Erfahrung in der Medienarbeit mit Kindern, Jugendlichen und Eltern erklären in ihrem Buch alles, was Eltern, aber auch Lehrer und Pädagogen, wissen müssen: Was tun die Jugendlichen eigentlich auf Facebook? Verhalten sie sich dort grundsätzlich anders, als wir es in ihrem Alter “offline“ getan haben? Wie lassen sich persönliche Daten schützen? Welche Einstellungen, Apps und Features sind (pädagogisch) empfehlenswert? Was ist bei der Veröffentlichung von Fotos zu beachten? u.v.m. Dabei kommen auch Eltern und Jugendliche selbst zu Wort.
Building Applications to Grow Your Facebook Empire
Author: Jay Goldman
Pubpsher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Facebook is now used by nearly 500 million people throughout the world, many of whom spend several hours a day on this site. Once the preserve of youth, the largest increase in usage today is amongst the older sections of the population. Yet until now there has been no major study of the impact of these social networking sites upon the lives of their users. This book demonstrates that it can be profound. The tales in this book reveal how Facebook can become the means by which people find and cultivate relationships, but can also be instrumental in breaking up marriage. They reveal how Facebook can bring back the lives of people isolated in their homes by illness or age, by shyness or failure, but equally Facebook can devastate privacy and create scandal. We discover why some people believe that the truth of another person lies more in what you see online than face-to-face. We also see how Facebook has become a vehicle for business, the church, sex and memorialisation. After a century in which we have assumed social networking and community to be in decline, Facebook has suddenly hugely expanded our social relationships, challenging the central assumptions of social science. It demonstrates one of the main tenets of anthropology - that individuals have always been social networking sites. This book examines in detail how Facebook transforms the lives of particular individuals, but it also presents a general theory of Facebook as culture and considers the likely consequences of social networking in the future.
This volume is an entertaining, multi-faceted exploration of what Facebook means for us and for our relationships. Facebook is a social networking service and website that launched in 2004. Users may create a personal profile, add other users as friends,and exchange messages, including automatic notifications when they update their profile. Additionally, users may join common interest user groups, organized by workplace, school or college, or other characteristics. With discussions ranging from the nature of friendship and its relationship to "friending," to the (debatable) efficacy of "online activism," this book is a systematic attempt to understand Facebook, also offering perspectives on Twitter and Web 2.0.
The Inside Story of the Company That Is Connecting the World
Author: David Kirkpatrick
Pubpsher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Business & Economics
An insider's history of the online social network traces the collaborations and conflicts among its founders, the personalities that shaped its development, and the ways in which the site has become an integral part of contemporary culture.
A fun and easy guide to creating the next great Facebook app! Want to build the next runaway Facebook app like Farmville or Mafia Wars? Interested in leveraging Facebook app development as part of a marketing strategy? Whether you want to build your own Facebook app from scratch, extend an existing Facebook app, or create a game, this book gets you up and running in no time. Master the Facebook toolkit, get acquainted with the Facebook Markup and Query languages, navigate the Facebook API—even learn how to make money with your new app! Shows you how to build the next great Facebook application with just basic HTML and scripting skills Delves into what makes a good app and what makes a lucrative app Explores how to create Facebook apps for marketing and viral reach, creating apps that can make money, and Facebook game development Reviews the Facebook toolkit and gets you started with the My First Facebook application Covers Facebook Markup and Query languages, navigating the Facebook API, and how to create a compelling interface Create the next killer Facebook app with this approachable, fun guide!
Facebook started out as a social network for high school and college kids. But now grown-ups like you are getting connected, too–even if you use Facebook much differently than your kids do. If you’re a grown-up looking to join the Facebook bandwagon, Facebook for Grown-Ups is just the guide you need. You’ll learn how to use Facebook to reconnect with old friends and family members and keep them up-to-date on what’s happening in your life. Facebook for Grown-Ups shows you how to open a Facebook account, find new friends, post status updates, and share family photos and videos. You’ll learn how to become a fan of your favorite performers, join a business network, and create your own topic-specific groups. And if you’re worried about privacy, Facebook for Grown-Ups shows you how to keep your personal information from becoming public knowledge. You’ll even learn how to keep track of what your kids are doing on Facebook–without them knowing it. Read this book to discover how grown-ups can take advantage of everything Facebook has to offer. It’s not just for kids anymore!