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The best Facebook alternatives

What are the best alternatives to Facebook?

We once used phone calls and text messages to carry out all our communication, now our private conversations are largely digitalized and carried out almost entirely online. That is why we must pay more attention to our data protection and privacy settings. Facebook, the kingpin of social media, has been constantly criticized in this regard – so we’ve compiled a list of alternatives to Facebook for...

Instagram alternatives

The best Instagram alternatives: Social networks for hobby photographers

Instagram alternatives don’t have it easy: Ello’s hype, for example, has faded, and Pixlr is a photo editing app at best. A “real” alternative to Instagram should have its own community and, like the market leader, should be available free of charge for Android and iOS and as a web application. We’ve picked the best ones for you.

PR nightmares | Stirring up a digital frenzy

PR nightmares: when complaints go viral

With the prominence of social media and viral videos and posts, PR nightmares can occur far faster and on a far larger scale than ever before. These are caused by a flood of negative comments on social networks or websites, resulting in a large crowd of people turning against individuals, corporations or organizations. Dissatisfied consumers target social media channels to put pressure on...

Facebook cover photos

Uploading a Facebook cover photo: tips and instructions

In today’s world, your Facebook page is your business card. Whether your online visitors are friends or business contacts, to make a good impression, you need a good cover photo. But what kind of picture should you use? What size should it be? If you’re not sure where to start, don’t worry – our top tips will make sure you don’t mess up.

Texting abbreviations

Texting abbreviations: HTH!

Chat slang has gained momentum since the dawn of the internet. Texting abbreviations and acronyms allow users to keep communication fast-paced and easy. But for anyone who isn’t familiar with text message abbreviations, reading a message from a friend or family member can become a long exercise in decoding. What is the history of internet abbreviations and which acronyms should you learn? Keep...

Netiquette

Netiquette: What you need to know for discussions online

When participating in discussions online, you should be sure to follow the netiquette of the group you’re interacting in. If you violate these rules of politeness, you’ll not only make a bad impression but might even have your post deleted or be banned from the group. But since netiquette is pretty much universal, you can easily avoid landing in these sticky situations.

Trolling

Trolling: How to take action against online bullies

Abstruse theories about epidemics and politicians or personal insults against individuals: online things can quickly turn hurtful. Some users deliberately engage in what is known as trolling. Read on to find out what the goals of online bullies are, how you can recognize a genuine troll, and how to deal with hate speech correctly.

Buying followers – is it worth it?

Buying followers: is it worth the investment?

Fans, followers and likes – these are the currency of social media. But building an active and loyal following on Facebook, Instagram, etc. isn’t always easy - huge competition means it can be hard to attract people to your page. For that reason, buying followers and likes can seem an enticing option. Unfortunately it’s one which rarely proves to be the key to long-term success.

Facebook competition

Facebook competitions: how to make them successful and legally compliant

Whether a tricky quiz, soccer betting games, advent calendars, or contests for creativity: Facebook competitions reach lots of people and encourage them to participate. The promising advertising campaign can often be implemented without much time and budget expenditure. If you proceed strategically, you can achieve its full potential and therefore the desired effect. Our guide will help you do...

How to integrate a Facebook like/share button

The Facebook like button: how to embed social plugins

If you believe Facebook’s statistics, then users who regularly use the like button have more than twice the amount of friends as typical Facebook users. They also click on around 5 times as many external links. In order to reach such active users, it’s recommendable that companies implement what’s known as social plugins, designed to bring the famous interactive like and share buttons directly...


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