I Demand Control of my Social Media Content

Social Media ContentI Want to Control My Social Media Content!

I hear this all the time, “I don’t want to use (pick one – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, YouTube, etc) because I don’t want someone else to control my content.”

This is one of the biggest fears people have about using social media.  There are only three things you can do to be able to both understand how your content is used and control it yourself:

  1. Read the Privacy Statements
  2. Read the Terms of Service
  3. Manage and Adjust your settings

In order to make this easier for you, here are the Privacy Statements of Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Google+

Here are the Terms of Service Statements for Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Google+

In order to manage your Social Media Content on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Google+ work, you will need to review your settings and make decisions for yourself how to adjust these settings. Here are the links to each of these social media platform settings.

Lastly – You still don’t know what to do. Check out the help sections of these social media platforms

Ok – If you want to control your Social Media Content

OK – so you want to use social media and you want to control your content. You have to read the Privacy Statement, Terms of Service, adjust your own social media settings and when needed look for help. Read thru these documents and adjust your settings in a manner that suites your needs. Everyone is different, so make setting decisions that work for you and how you use them.

Lastly – if you still need help with your Social Media Content, contact me NCWiseman@teddyburriss.com and let’s find a way I can help you directly.

Author: tlburriss

I am a Networking Strategist and LinkedIn coach and Trainer. I live by my personal edict, "Networking is finding, developing and nurturing relationships that mutually move people forward thru life." I want to help people become better Networkers and better LinkedIn users focused on their business and career goals.