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.

Always be prepared for success

There is no shortage of opportunity.

Everyday you’re presented with countless opportunities to be, or do whatever you desire.

Luck is a matter of preparation meeting opportunity.

Don’t miss out on an opportunity because you’re not prepared.

Is Facebook Killing Your Career?

The Internet Is Did you ever post something you regret?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”

Eighty percent of success is showing up

When you’re sure you’re on the right road to success you don’t have to plan your journey too far ahead.

Don’t burden yourself with doubts and fears as to the obstacles that may bar your progress.

You don’t need to know all your answers in advance.

Just have a clear idea of the goal you want to reach.

You can only take one step at a time.

Social Media Rules Of The Road

Over the years helping small business owners build an online presence and effectively leverage social media, I have put together a list of rules that you should consider when building a business online – especially when using social media such as Pinterest, Facebook, and Foursquare.

Google To Home Business Owners: You Are Not Welcome Anymore


As far Google (and other) are concerned your home business is not welcome.

If you have not heard about this then you are missing some very important information and, if you are not prepared, this can seriously damage to your home business.Google (which own YouTube and Blogger) and other sites such as Squidoo and WordPress.com consider Network Marketing nothing more than SPAM and want it off their sites.

The fire of life is desire

It is all about learning to love
If you want something badly enough, you’re sure to get it.

Your desires will in time externalize themselves into concrete fact.

See things as you want them to be

How can you make your dream come true, if you don’t have one?

Visualize your goals and your subconscious will begin to work toward making your mental pictures come true.

You’ll gradually grow into any condition you desire, provided you adjust your mental attitude to mirror the person who corresponds to those conditions.

The Glass Is Always Half Full

There is a good side to every situation.

View your problems as opportunities.

You cannot have the success without the failures.

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.  

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