[RESPONDIDO] ¿Cómo Me Comunico Con El Soporte De Facebook Cuando Necesito Ayuda?

¿Perdiste el control de tu cuenta de Facebook y necesita ayuda del servicio de atención al cliente? Aquí hay algunos consejos para ayudarlo a comunicarse con el servicio al cliente de Facebook.

[UPDATED 2021] How Do I Contact Pinterest Support When I Have Pinterest Questions?

Do you need to get in contact with Pinterest customer support to address an issue with your account? Here are some ways to contact the Pinteres support team.

Eight Ways To Use Facebook To Stay Connected During Times Of Crisis

During times of crisis, communication is a critical aspect to keeping calm and managing tough times. Here are some tips on how Facebook can be a great communication tool to keep you connected with family, friends, and colleagues.

[UPDATED 2021] How Do I Contact Facebook Support When I Need Help?

Have you lost control of your Facebook account and need to contact their customer support? Here are tips on getting Facebook support to pay attention to your request.

FACE: 4 Traits To Look For When Hiring Your Social Media Community Manager

If you’re searching for an online community manager, here are few special traits that can ensure you find someone who is the right fit.

10 Surefire Reasons NOT To Start A Corporate Or Product Blog

rather than help you understand the reasoning behind starting a blog and the benefits that it can have, I thought I’d take a different approach and help you build your business case against blogging. So, enjoy these 10 surefire reasons NOT to start a corporate blog and good luck with your traditional marketing activities.

Social Networking Policies – Balancing Collective Wisdom With Individual Stupidity

Each day, it seems that more and more folks are dipping their toes into the world of Social Networking by creating Facebook, Twitter, Blogger, and LinkedIn accounts. And each day, we’re entertained with stories of folks who get “Facebook fired”, shoot off an improper Tweet that lands them in hot water, or and share confidential information on their personal blog. Recently, Helen A.S. Popkin wrote an excellent article for MSNBC.com called “Twitter gets you fired in 140 characters or less” which details some of the follies of folks who have overstepped the boundaries from responsible social networking into, well…just TMI.