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Nearly every business, in and outside the hospitality niche, aspires to use Facebook for increasing profitability, branding and online marketing. With Facebook ready to attain the pedestal of 1 billion users in , using it for furthering your footprints in the social networking landscape remains an unarguably wise choice. Why Facebook for my hotel business? Is it worth the effort? As a business owner, you get the chance to upload pics of your property, highlighting its appeal.
Or Bad? If you think there's a chance they will take it negatively, maybe you shouldn't post it.
Posting and texting is just like any other area of life. Avoid online negativity This principle is like a subcategory of the first. If you say something negative about a person, it often gets back to the source.
If you have something you need to say to someone, then go and talk to them face-to-face. And do it with grace and love. Don't return evil for evil What if someone says something negative about you?
So, whether Facebook disappears, or whether you use a different social media outlet altogether, the principles still apply. So, whenever you read Facebook, just substitute your social media of choice.
Several of my Christian friends have recently deleted their Facebook accounts. They say it disquiets them.
Too much controversy. Too much self-comparison.
Too many advertisements. But as I thought through why, it dawned on me just how hard it is to Facebook effectively.
In my fallen, natural mind, I worry that even a Bible quote can appear smug. How does it affect others? Does it glorify Christ? And in thinking through those three questions, three opportunities kept coming to mind.
Facebook recommends downloading your data before deleting your account, which you should. If users in this age range have shared their religious views, political views or sexual preference, Facebook requires them to either remove it or get parental consent to keep it. But the system for attaining and verifying that parental consent is a joke.
No complaints here. The Download Your Information tool is supposed to let you take your data and go to a different social network. But it only exports your social graph, aka your friends, as a text list of names.
There are no links, usernames or other unique identifiers unless friends opt into let you export their email or phone number only 4 percent of my friends do , so good luck finding the right John Smith on another app.
The new version of Download Your Information exports the same old list of names, rather than offering any interoperable format that would let you find your friends elsewhere. A higher standard Overall, it seems like Facebook is complying with the letter of GDPR law, but with questionable spirit. Sure, privacy is boring to a lot of people.