Settings You Should Use to Protect Your Information

Thanks in part to Mr. Zuckerberg and the 87 million people whose data was breached, our minds have been enlightened to the fact that our personal information isn’t protected just because someone tells us it is. We’ve researched some hidden settings that you may not know about that will ensure your information is kept a secret, even if you’re not uploading it to the world wide web.

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Separate Business and Personal Social Media

In order to run a Facebook business page, you need to have a personal one. This means that those who begin following your page can easily find you, and find out everything about you that you have chosen to keep public - even that picture of Michael Weatherly brushing his teeth you shared publicly ten years ago pops to the top of the list (make sure you check your  profile share settings, you’d be surprised what might still be public).

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Car Wash Fundraiser Success!

On Saturday, August 4, 2018 our team raised over $800 for the Kingston Humane Society (KHS) by hosting a car wash at The Goodway Thrift Store! The proceeds from the fundraiser will help provide health care, food and shelter to keep Kingston’s animals happy and healthy for as long as it takes to find them forever homes.

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They're Out There. Protect Your Business' Social Media from Trolls.

Your presence on social media is booming and you’re finally getting engagement from your audience on your posts. But with this success and positive vibes online, you’ve noticed that a few of your followers have left some less than flattering engagement on your posts. These could be customers, people who have interacted with you online, someone whom you’ve never seen before or spambots.

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Marketing F.A.Q. Answered

If you’ve ever run a business, or even had a yard sale, you’ve probably heard of or utilized the art of marketing.

Marketing is a major topic for businesses as it’s a vital part of any organization’s success. In fact, many consider marketing to be the backbone of a company or the oil that keeps operations running smoothly. Despite that, there’s still an air of confusion surrounding such an important part of business - and the questions keep coming.

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