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Has the time come for you to unfriend someone from your Facebook account but you weren’t really sure how to do it?
I was recently asked the question how you unfriend someone from your Facebook account whilst using an iPad.
Here are the 4 simple steps to follow.
Step 1 – Open the profile of the person you wish to unfriend.
Step 2 – Click on the arrow as shown.
Step 3 – Click the “Unfriend” option
Step 4 – Confirm that you would like to “Unfriend” this person.
There are many theories on why we would want to unfriend someone from our account but the major one that I will stick to is simply and most importantly the safety of our children and managing our reputations – personal and business.
If we all adhered to my number one tip for a happy social media experience being Tweet With Respect, our online experience might just be a better one!
Mel – Social EdiquetteTM, Founder, Strategist & Coach
Author: Marianne Rom
Your reputation is your greatest asset whether for the individual or business. It gives you a point of difference.
Marianne has trained with world leading experts in all aspects of Social Media and keeps as up to date as you can ever be in the space. She is passionate about creating social change around the way we engage online.
Futurists predict that by 2020, freelancers will make up half of the labour force and technology is already changing the way companies recruit, engage and retain their workers. Students today are well connected and savvy with technology but with fewer traditional jobs available they must be creative in how they market themselves or face missing out.
Marianne has a thorough understanding of the Australian Curriculum and her training addresses the framework. Further, she is well-suited to understand your child’s needs as she has one child who just completed Y12 in Catholic education and one in Y9 Government education.
Our reputation is our greatest asset and Marianne’s training complements and addresses the current gaps in the Australian curriculum and supports educators in giving school leavers the best opportunities to showcase their talents, skills, attributes and accomplishments using specific industry tools to build a respectful social presence that will open doors and contribute to achieving their long-term goals. She will show them how to connect with leaders in their chosen industry and how to cultivate those relationships. Marianne is deeply committed to empowering school leavers to set themselves up positively and make the right impression for their new life beyond the classroom through the respectful use of social media and by coaching them on how to connect and communicate with their target audience using the right tools and the right strategy, along with an understanding of employer/recruiter expectations.
Marianne believes in empowering our youth to use social media in a positive way rather than condemning them for little mistakes. Unless they have done something terribly unsavoury, they can be shown how to put a positive spin on the negatives to uplift their reputation by optimising their strengths, creating visibility so they can be ready for professional opportunities beyond the classroom. She helps students to address the gap between their perceptions of what is the correct use of social media and how they wish to be perceived for the future.