With the assorted private groups on Facebook, I started thinking about the ways we can still have privacy on the web, or if I’m just dreaming. If I post in one of the private groups I belong to, no one is supposed to see that post except the people in the group, but can I tag someone in a photo or video who isn’t part of the group. Then they see that post, right? Not so private, if that’s doable.
Whether you are a solopreneur or work in a large corporation and have a cubical or office, there are times when you feel lonely at work. We have all faced days that seem like everybody is busy with their work and own lives, and you're just not getting enough social interaction. Social media has opened up a new stream to stay connected but it can go only so far. It's still mostly written interaction and even watching a video is fun, but it's still just you alone doing the watching.
"Does he call you less than when you first started dating?" "Does he make an effort to get to know you?" "When you think of him, do you smile or want to grab the vodka?" I'm being bombarded with questions about the guy I'm currently seeing — important ones that I should be answering honestly—but they're not coming from my best friend (or my mom, who's always been my own personal relationship guru).
Social Media is any online interaction between two or more people using applications such as FaceBook, Blogger, Twitter, Tumblr, WordPress, MySpace and YouTube (to name a few). I would also add text messaging, BBM and other phone communication to the list. In most the Western world, there are over 75% of the population using these social networking applications . FaceBook comes on top all over the world as the most used social network with one in every 9 people on earth is on FaceBook . That’s an astounding statistic!
The YourTango staff recently attended the first-ever Single In Stilettos conference — an event that helped single women learn about the latest dating trends and learn tips from the experts — where Krissy Dolor of eflirtexpert.com gave us tips for finding love online. With these SEO secrets, you can show up more often in men's searches — and in their dreams.
One of your man's friends has sent you a "Friend Request" on Facebook. Do you accept it? Reject it? Pretend like you never saw it? Facebook Manners And You [VIDEO] In this video, Cyber Dating Expert and YourTango expert, Julie Spira offers up several options for navigating those questionable connections on social media. Surely, one of these solutions will make you feel comfortable with how you handled the situation.
Everyone has a Facebook account these days. In fact, my brother's cat has his own account (although his updates are sadly lackluster). But along with learning who recently ate a burrito for lunch, it turns out that Facebook and other social networking sites are being named as cause for ruining many marriages.
Are you constantly checking your man's Facebook and Twitter page to see what he's been up to... and who he's been talking to? Have you tried to stop this bad habit, but can't? 5 Most Annoying Facebook Couples In this video, Relationship Coach and YourTango expert, Virginia Feingold Clark provides the first step to "Facebook Stalking" recovery by asking the most important question: why are you checking up on your guy?
I'm the person who runs the Facebook page for YourTango. Yes, I'm that girl! Hello. Among many other things, my job is to facillitate conversations on topics that are central to living your best love life. I love this part of my job. I get to hear what our audience thinks and interact with them in a real and engaging manner. How many people can say that they get to talk to strangers about how to fight with your husband?
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we're doing our part by hosting a breast-obsessed Twitter party, and you're invited! Health & Life Coach and YourTango Expert, Nicole Burley, will get the convo going by tackling such topics as physical attraction, how to play up your best assets, men's favorite body parts and more. She’ll also be answering all of your love, sex and relationship-related questions.
Apple is unveiling the new iPhone4S, and the Internet is freaking out. Personally I could care less, given my masochistic love of the BlackBerry (three in two years, baby) and the fact that I'm allergic to touchscreens. But the Find My Friends app seems intriguing, at least from a dating perspective.