Category: Social Media

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Marriage, Money & Debt

Many of us enter marriage with tons of debt and money issues but do NOT know how to move past it. Listen to this powerful interview.

How To Go After Your Dreams

jennyisemanNursing her cranky baby “almost 24 hours a day!” Jenny Isenman wrote funny articles about him just to stay sane. She wanted to be a published writer and so she kept that in mind as she wrote her articles in columnist style.  She also used Facebook to help her keep sane and quickly realized the power of social media!

So she started Suburban Jungle and “harassed” her Facebook followers to go read it. She went after her dreams.

In less then a year, she has a bi-weekly column  at IVillage and is a contributing writer for Sunsentinel and Citymommy.com. She’s also featured in the book See Mom Run

Check out our conversation on my blogtalk radio show, For Powerful Women Only! Here she gives business tips and a few laughs!


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Keep Track of Kids With Facebook,Twitter

My first born child just turned 16! He shows great signs of maturity and is very mannerable but when he leaves for college in 2012 how will act then? Oh the power of social media!

Twitter Scams

The ability to communicate on Twitter with people that you don’t know or to learn about an important subject in lesstwitter bird than 140 is absolutely phenomenal! We can pass on information at lightening speed; however when that information is a scam many people are taken in at lightening speed too.

Many have received DM (direct messages) saying, “you’re on this video…” and there’s a link that once clicked will bring you to a site that looks like a Twitter page but when you look at the URL in the browser it’s clearly not Twitter. It’s a phising scam.

Other scams: “hahaha, that u on here?” and  “lol this is funny (link)”, “I made $426.23 online today with (link).” OR “I made money with google. this website showed me. (link)”

Most times these DM are not sent from the account user but by a highjacker. Here are some tips to keep you and others safe on Twitter.

1. Don’t click on these links.

2. Never give out your Twitter password to 3rd party applications that do not use OAuth.

3. Report the account and all phising scams to @Spam

4. If you’ve been scammed be sure to change your password on Twitter.com and nowhere else.

Have you or anyone you know received one of these DM’s?

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