The 3 Greatest Moments in founder bring social media History
As founder, I have a lot of different roles in life. I am the Director of Marketing for CSE, a company that provides consulting services for companies, including CSE’s CX. I also serve as the President of the CSE Global Leadership Forum, a group of CSE employees that provides leadership and strategic guidance on international business issues.
I also like to blog and tweet. In the past I’ve used my company’s Twitter account to promote my blog, as well as some of my other business endeavors.
For the rest of this description, I would not use the term “social media” to refer to a web site. I’ve always said that I’m not much of a social media person, but if you’ve got all the right tools to make money on social media, then you should use Facebook. I have Facebook and twitter.
Facebook is the website we use to share our lives, our interests, and our thoughts. I use Facebook to make friends, to keep in touch with the people I love, and to share things I need to tell those I care about. Ive also used Twitter to share news, random things, and whatever else Im up to.
I just like social media. I like my friends. They make me feel like I’m on the other end of the world.
I love my friends on Facebook. And Twitter. And Instagram. And Pinterest.
I use all of these sites to do one thing. I use them all for the same reason: to keep in touch with you. There are lots of ways to make friends on Facebook. You can share photos and stories. You can add people to your circles. You can send messages. You can comment on interesting things (or just general random crap). I like keeping friends and family in touch on Facebook.
And Twitter and Instagram are great for that. But it seems like Facebook is the thing you use to keep in touch with your friends.
Well, yes and no. I think that’s the point. You have to be careful about whether or not you choose to use them for that purpose. If you use them for that, you are opening yourself up to the possibility of getting scammed or otherwise tricked into a relationship with someone who is not your friend, or one who is not a good match for you personally.
So I’m not sure if you could call Facebook a good way to keep in touch with friends. But there is a whole bunch of information that is readily available on Facebook. There is a Facebook page for every single person you know. You can find all of your “friends” on Facebook. You can find all of your “family members” on Facebook. So, you can easily see what your family members all look like on Facebook and what they like to do.