One of the biggest concerns for many people using the social media platforms and in particular Facebook, is privacy. There is one simple rule you need to follow to manage this concern, with that being;
“If you don’t want anyone to know about it, don’t put it online.”
Facebook provides the ways and means to hide anything and everything, sure, however as with all things associated with humans, if it’s there to be found or seen, they will. So. Don’t put it online if you don’t want people to know about it.
Of course, this is drastic. But so are people’s reactions.
In regards to Charlie’s client Facebook information, nothing is shared publicly.
On occasion we share analytical or insight information relevant to a particular case study or article, however our client names remain out of the story (unless of course you want them in there!). Analytics and insights are extremely valuable to manage a page. Using them is essential. We don’t get access to your personal profile account and we will see nothing in relation to your personal profile account when we get access to your business page. You can sleep at night.
To manage your own privacy, there are all sorts of ways and means, click on the links to read and action:
5 Essential Facebook Privacy Tips – by Mashable
- Lists; Learn to love them
- When in doubt, just log out
- Audit your likes
- Spring clean your third party applications
- Control what friends can share about your through applications