Social Media Jokes – Infographic

Special thanks to James Reynolds for this awesome infographic!

We all spend a lot of time immersed in social media these days, either perusing other people’s lives on Facebook, drooling with jealousy on Instagram or endlessly pondering how best to capture a moment in a 140 character Tweet. It’s pretty easy to get a little weighed down and to start taking it all a bit too seriously, which is why these social media jokes are great for lightening the mood.

When you stop dreaming you stop living

If you want to enlarge your life, you must first enlarge your thought of it and yourself.

Hold the image of yourself as you long to be, the image of what you long to obtain, the image of health, efficiency and success.

Belief makes everything possible

In order to succeed, you must first believe that you can.

The only true limit to your realization of tomorrow will be your doubts of today.

Are Facebook’s Privacy Settings A Joke?

Let me start by saying that if you are going to stay safe online, never enter or post any data in social media that you would not want discussed on national news.

Recently Facebook changed their privacy settings making it harder to limit your posts to specific people.  That got a lot of people angry but the reality is that any company can change their rules at any time and your only recourse of action is to stop using it.  When you consider the size and scope of Facebook it is easy to see how most will simply shrug their shoulders and move on – social media is addictive and most are not going to stop posting regardless of the privacy rules.  

Every winner has scars

Life is made up of a series of experiences. Each one will make you stronger, even though it may be hard for you to realize it at the time.

Life is your classroom in which you’re being tested, tried, and passed.

Always try to stay in the midst of life and activity.

Don’t isolate yourself from the action.

Blog Marketing Tip: Optimizing Your Keywords

Keywords are becoming ever more important in all aspects of online marketing because the search engines are now indexing content from almost every location on the web. Whether you are posting content to your Company  blog, to your Facebook friends, or simply making a quick note to your Twitter followers, you are being indexed by a search engine for inclusion in a search result.

The net effect is that everything you write these days has the potential to draw attention to your online marketingeffort, so why not take advantage?

Learning how to optimize your keywords, and why you should be thinking about them every time you write on the Internet, is what Cary’s weekly blogging tip is all about. Check out the weekly blog marketing tip over at the ListPipe Blogger Tips Podcast.  Helpful online marketing tip from Cary Snowden regarding keywords.

Your choices are unlimited

You don’t have to buy from anyone. You don’t have to work at any particular job.

You don’t have to participate in any given relationship.

Look at things as they can be

Your range of available choices right now has no limits.

The only limits you have are in your mind.

You’ve got it in you to succeed.

Just make up your mind and stick with it.

Is Facebook Killing Your Career?

The Internet Is Forever

Anyone that spends time online, including using social media such as Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Squidoo, YouTube, the list is endless, needs to understand that everything they post online can and will come back to haunt them.

Can you think of anything you did in the past that you regret?  Imagine having that come up on a Google search complete with pictures and video.  I still run into forum posts I made from the mid 90s.  Thankfully, they are mainly posts about building a home theater.

This is so important to remember – the Internet is forever and you should care about what you say online.  I have a motto I follow whenever writing anything online:

“If it feels good to write it then it is bad for business”

There is always another choice

You don’t have to buy from anyone.

You don’t have to work at any particular job.

You don’t have to participate in any given relationship.

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