A simple guide to Facebook usage (so you don’t drive your friends bonkers)

As someone who works from home, Facebook is a way to stay connected to friends and family. For the most part, I enjoy interacting with my close friends and reconnecting with long-lost friends. But my Facebook experience is far from perfect. Could we all agree to some ground rules so that we don’t drive each […]

Aaron Hoos’ weekly reading list: First edition

I’m starting a new series on my blog, Aaron Hoos’ weekly reading list. It’s a collection of links to stuff I’ve read in the week that I think you might also find interesting or useful. Enjoy! Dennis Crowley and the cycle of second-guessing. This article by Om Malik gives a positive spin to Foursquare, Foursquare’s […]

10 topics that a financial advisor can tweet about

Financial advisors have a unique challenge on social media, and on Twitter specifically. While other entrepreneurs can tweet just about anything they want (with impunity!), financial advisors are highly regulated and therefore need to watch very closely what they tweet. There aren’t enough characters in a tweet to include a full disclaimer, plus every advisor […]

Here’s why Facebook’s biggest threat to its existence is its own users

A few years ago, a couple of friends had to convince me to join Facebook. There were three people in particular that worked hard at convincing me. Although I like to embrace new and useful sites, I was reluctant at the time because I didn’t see a lot of my own peers on there. Facebook […]