Although you should avoid giving out personal information, like your last name and your address, you should be honest about your interests.
You wouldn’t be pleased if the person chatting you up turned out to have a completely different personality to what you’d seen online!
“Needless to say, the person behind me looking over at my computer knew the guy,” she says.
Things took an awkward turn when the friend went and told the guy that she had been looking at his Facebook profile. “There went that potential hook-up.” Especially in college, you never know whose roommate or best friend could be looking over your shoulder.
That’s why some people prefer to eliminate conversation altogether when meeting a new person: they turn to Facebook stalking. After all, where else are you going to find that much information on one person without ever actually talking to them?
Most of us indulge in this pastime here and there (whether we want to admit it or not). But if you’re not careful while you’re “creeping” on Facebook, you could find yourself in a sticky situation. While you’re perusing Facebook pages in class, you may think that you’re in a little bubble of privacy, but you’re not.
So, if your brand is targeting or talking to specific age groups… Strategic insights that deliver more "aha" moments.
Everyone loves a discount; but Facebook has specific requirements when it comes to advertising, specifically in the ad copy.The caption reads: “Rooting on so-and-so player as he hits a game-winning home run.” Sure, that’s acceptable.It’s a cute photo of two people enjoying a baseball game and getting caught up in the moment.DO use language that doesn’t assert or imply, directly or indirectly, someone’s personal characteristics. For example, ad copy similar to the following is acceptable: 3. Facebook accepts age categories, such as seniors or teens that are sufficiently generic.