Blog It, Toledo: FacebloggingWritten by Lisa Renee Ward | | email@example.com
The lure of Facebook is the ability to connect instantly with friends and family and to re-connect with people that you’d only see every few years if that. It can however be a bit scary to those who have not jumped head first into the information highway. There are quite a few blogs out there, most not directly connected to Facebook, that can give you tips, the latest news and for those of you who are a bit more practiced users, ways to get even more out of your Facebook experience.
Facebook has an “official” blog that contains news and some information for users. Simply called, The Facebook Blog it’s one way that the people behind the scenes communicate with the Facebook Community. It isn’t however very helpful when it comes to how the information is arranged since it’s listed by Author name rather than by topic.
FaceReviews is my favorite blog out there on social networking. It’s a nice site to keep up to date on the latest news about Facebook as well as other hot web apps like Twitter. I started reading the site back when The Scobelizer got himself temporarily kicked off of Facebook for running a script.
Looking for a series of easy “how to’s” on everything from how to sign up for Facebook to how to add pictures? Then The Expert Village is for you. In quick and easy to understand videos, they’ll walk you through the steps that will make you a pro-Facebooker in no time at all.
Another great site for news and information about applications, including ones to watch out for, is All Facebook where they state they are the “unofficial Facebook resource. There are also some great tips, on things like how to “hack” your Facebook profile, but what I really like about the site is they warn you about some of the security risks that are out there as well.
If you are wondering what is the next level? Take a look at Socially Branded where you can get a glimpse into what this world of social networking could track as well as utilize from an information standpoint.
Now that you have all of this information and tools at your fingertips? Get Facebooking! Make sure to look up Toledo Free Press and you can join their growing fan base.
When she’s not blogging on Glass City Jungle Lisa Renee has been known to pick on friends who have not yet uploaded profile pictures. (Yes, you know who you are!) She can also be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a blog you’d like her to write about.