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OK so let's talk about Auction and BOI groups on FB. Do You love them or Hate them. Do you think these kinds of groups are good for the hobby? Call in and let us know. What you take on things are tonight. This should make for a fun show. I myself have some negative thoughts toward all this. But that's is just me. So hang on for some fun tonight. This should be a great show and I can't wait to get some folk's on the air to talk.
Host Michelle Walling created this special show to allow the creators and admins of various Facebook groups and pages to come on the show to discuss the groups they work with. We will talk about how to start a group or page based on the topic you love and how it has helped to reunite cosmic families around the world. Call in to talk about the focus of your group and how we are changing the world one group at a time. This is your chance to spread the word about your passion!
We all came here with a family and it is most likely that we spread all over the world. It is time for a cosmic family reunion. Listen to the recording to see if you resonate with any of the groups mentioned on the show. ALL topics and all groups are welcomed!
What Are Your Thoughts On Being in an Active Relationship and engaging in a FB Group, should one keep their status private, or should they flaunt their situation? i mean FB is a Social Network, and many people become "friends" along the way friendships eventually lead to romantic mates, but what are the proper rules and regulations, should you post photos together or should it be kept on the low, you let us know tonight at 11pm EST, 10PM CST, 8 PST should have the makings of an interesting show.
Social Geek Radio welcomes special guest Paul Pickett, VP of Franchise Development at Wild Birds Unlimited! Paul is one of the top franchise sales executives in the industry and will chat with us about using Facebook, other social channels, and digital media to connect and build relationships.
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In this episode the two seasoned vets explore the topics of Facebook ads for your boot camp and a private (or secret) Facebook group for your group training.
Facebook is a juggernaut in the advertising world, but even free groups can be very powerful to adding value, increasing retention, and getting referrals.
Jesse Stoddard, fitness boot camp business coach, personal trainer, and author featured in CNN Money, along with the well-known and highly regarded fitness expert Georgette Pann, owner of NutriFitness Bootcamps, the founder of Sure Victory Fitness Bootcamp Club, and creator of the famous Sure Victory Boot Camp Business in a Box program, host this discussion about the personal training career and fitness business. Along with exclusive interviews with fitness experts and trainers who run successful fitness boot camp companies, they discover why some personal trainers fail and others succeed.
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What the hell is going on with these so-called private groups on Facebook. Bullying people, the use of Intimidation to keep them in line. We will explore this matter on today show. If you find yourself in a postilion that a group in Facebook use these methods to keep others in line, we like you to call in. Second topic like always, headline stories and what is going on with Amanda Bynes. The Royal baby maybe a cash cow for England.
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Tonight's Topic: Why Facebook Shouldn't Be The Only Place You Market Your Music?
Facebook is most definitely an excellent place to promote your music. However, as musician marketeers you can't be a one trick pony. Don't forget MySpace and Napster also had its heyday, where are they now?
Call in tonight share your tips and advice, as it pertains to business of Music !
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This is a very SPECIAL broadcasting! The Spread of Islamism- MSTA Study Groups. Tonight we will be introduced to various MSTA Study Group Heads, as well as the Divine Minister who heads all MSTA Study Groups, Brother J. Crum-Bey. Call us at 646-478-4713 at 6:30pm EST. If you are in an area where there is no lawfully chartered and incoporated MSTA, please feel free to contact us during the program for further info on how to start a MSTA Study in an area near you.
To reestablish a Facebook account after being accused of using a fake name, users must submit one government-issued ID such as a birth certificate, passport or voter identification card or two other forms of identification such as library card and a yearbook photo. The company appears to have been questioning certain Native users since at least 2009, when it deactivated Parmelee Kills The Enemy’s account. More recently, on Indigenous Peoples’ Day, Facebook deleted a number of Native accounts. In one case, the company asked users Shane and Jacqui Creepingbear for identification to prove that they weren’t using fake names.Facebook’s 10-year-old real-name policy stipulates that users “provide the name they use in real life.” However, the social network doesn’t require people to use their legal names, according to an open letter the company’s chief product officer, Chris Cox, posted last October. In the letter Cox apologizes to ”drag queens, drag kings, transgender [people], and [to the] extensive community of our friends, neighbors and members of the LGBT community” whose accounts had been shut down after a user reported hundreds of them as fake. At press time no such apology has been issued to Natives. Colourlines