Thursday, September 15, 2016

Social Media Cheat Sheet

Social Media Comparison Infographic in Words -

1.5 billion monthly active users
Mobile is Facebook’s cash cow – 1.31 monthly active mobile users
Mobile ad revenue makes up 76% of all ad revenue ($2.9 billion in Q2 of 2015)
Users share 1 million links every 20 minutes

300 million active users
Social sharing site all around pictures and now 15 second videos
Many brands are participating through the use of hashtags and posting pictures consumers can relate to
Most followed brand Nike

300 million active users
Social network built by Google that allows for brands and users to build circles
Not as many brands active but the ones that are tend to be a good fit with a great following
Hangouts and Photos have been separated from Google+ but posts remain as ‘streams’

380 million users worldwide
Business oriented social networking site
Brands that are participating are corporate brands giving potential and current associates a place to network and connect
79% of users are 35 or older

Friday, December 31, 2010

Ho Ho Ho Happy New Year

Don't you love new beginnings :) I'm so excited about 2011. As you can tell from my latest post, that time flies which is truly a while ago. It exactly did. It flew a way. I truly caught up within the beauty of my career in social media, my life, my family, my friends. But I don't regret a bit. I love what I do. I love my family, my career, and myself. I'm looking forward 2011, as the harvest year. I'm not setting up New Year's resolutions because my goals are not just for a year but a lifetime. I know that if you believe in yourself, if you believe in your dreams; nobody can ever stop you.

There were so many good memories and so many bad memories but what matters that I know how to learn from my mistakes, I know how to stand when things go wrong and most importantly I know how to smell the roses. I know how to enjoy my family as my quality time. And that is what matters to succeed in life. Your values makes who you are.

Its so good to be back and finding time to my personal blog. I love you all and wish you a Happy New Year. Enjoy your life :)

Friday, July 9, 2010

Time flies or stops, its in your hand :)

You know what I realize when I watch the timer when I set it up for 3 minutes while I was cooking. Time stopped. It made me realize if you are watching time and start counting seconds, time stops. If you rush for life, then its flies by. Days follow days, hours follow hours and before you realize it, here it comes Friday. Is it bad? No, definitely not. Who doesn't like Fridays'. Its the best day of the week. Than you can have some free time for yourself, for your family. But if your are the pusher, time flies and you can't enjoy it. So please STOP and smell the roses. Enjoy your day, your time, your hour, your second. Slow down. Life has a lot of simple things you can enjoy. But if you move too fast you will overlook most of them. So don’t be in a hurry. Don’t move too quick. Slow down and pay attention to the world around you.
Life is not enjoyable when you've taken the wrong path and slowly lost confidence, or when you are no longer happy with yourself. If this sounds like your life, you need to fix it!
Do what you love to do... Make your goals and sequence your steps to reach there. Believe in yourself and motivate yourself. Things will happen as you wish to see.
Try to do things differently, try to do new things, or try not to do things you usually do. Doing things differently could give you some benefits:
First it challenges your assumptions; many things which you have taken for granted may turn out to be incorrect. What you’ll find may surprise you.
Second of all, it opens new possibilities. Since you go “out of the box”, things which are normally not in your radar may now come to your life. You may find that some of those new things are very interesting and useful.
Here's a list of 101 delights that are worth enjoying today by Sarah McColl.
Be happy to be alive. Appreciate what you have, love yourself, share that love and most important; Enjoy your second.

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Friday, July 2, 2010

My Daughter Got Her Braces Today

Everyday in life we're learning and experiencing new things. I believe if you have kids and if they need orthodontic adjustment; you probably get through this before. My daughter got her spacers last week and Dr. Cooper took them out and put the braces today. If you didn'tget through those stages; let me share my experience with you. Spacers are just little tiny rubber bands that they stick in between her teeth to "space them out" its like having a thick peice of floss stuck in your teeth. Spacer accually hurt more than braces especially since its like the first thing they do, and shes not used to any pain in her mouth. I gave her midol and stuff which should help. The pain last only the first few days. anyways, yes, if the spacers dont just fall out on their own from her eating or from the teeth spacing out enough, they just pull them out then put a big metal band around the back teeth and little brakets on all the others followed by a wire and some colored rubber bands of her choice! Like they did to her today. The colors was her favorite part. She picked pink and hot pink. They say, it just takes a while to get used to the pain.
The best experience about today was our choice. We picked Dr. Jeffrey Cooper and he made the whole process so easy for my daughter. She explained everything step by step. He acted so friendly and professional at the same time. I'm thankful to him and happy to have him in this journey.
Sometimes you make the right decision, sometimes you make the decision right.
Phillip C. McGraw #quote

But still I know that there is alot of pressure and pain, any suggestions about what to do for the pain for her?

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Sunday, June 20, 2010

Happy Father's Day

Since I took all my business post over to Promin Social Media; I decide to keep up this blog with my personal posts and about my life story. So for todays special edition; I want to talk to fathers. I love my dad, his name is Nejat Sencebe. He is a character. While me and my sister growing up. He told my mom that raising the girls is a big responsibility so he decide to be the authority and never showed his love to us but always the strict one. We were so afraid of him. He never allowed us to go out at night with our friends. You know when I realized that he loves me; the day that I got married. He cried. He really cried. That I told to myself woww- He loves me. Why he waited so long. As a little girl, you need him to hug you. You need him to be understanding. Later I've learned that after we slept; he used to come our bed and watch us; but without showing us so we don't saw his weakness. Isn't it sad? But it was the culture that I've been raised. And also I think he didn't raised up in a loving environment. He lost his dad at the age of seven.
He has one photograph that he kept as a treasure from his childhood with his dad. Even his father wrote on the back of photo that "9-3-1938 Necat kicked by a donkey, because he was a naughty boy and showing that he got kicked by his head"
After his father passed a way, my grandma sent my father to a boarding school. That was the main reason he didn't get the love that he was looking, he never know how to show his love. But today at the age of 46, I know that he loves me, and I want him to know that I love him and I understand him. So even if you have heartbreaks, even if you have problems with your dads; Call them today, Visit them, Hug them. Just be appreciated that you have a dad, my dad lives so far a way from me. But I'm so appreciated that he is alive, he loves me and I love him.

To my Father in Law Ismet Gunver that I also love dearly, I know he's watching us from heaven and I'm waving to him. Happy Father's Day Daddy

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Monday, May 17, 2010

Privacy Matters

Okay lesson learned, I'll never say see you tomorrow, because God knows what tomorrow brings to you. In any case I'll write my life story time to time, it won't be like a diary. But for now I want you to look at an important subject with me. Privacy issues! There are so many things going on through Facebook and other sites. Its obvious that Some quitting Facebook as privacy concerns escalate . The issue with Facebook isn’t so much that information is being shared, it’s that information is being freely shared, but at the time of posting, people thought it was private. Facebook went from an “opt in” network to an “opt out” network. This is bad for Facebook users, but it’s a good teaching moment. As parents and pioneers in the social web, we can use this moment in time as a teaching tool. I definitely won't quit Facebook. But what I'm saying is that you should be aware of your responsibilities. You should be conscious. Consciousness is basically awareness. Awareness of many great things. Your existence, sensations, thoughts, surroundings, actions, etc.. By being aware, you have a better understanding of your environment. So instead of ignoring the situations, problems; we need to solve them. We need to teach our kids the Internet responsibility. Because those type of stories are really and truly heartbreaking. "Facebook Fake Lures Teen Nona Belomesoff Into Death Trap, Say Cops; Job Offer Ends in Murder" The more you get involved with social media, you are allowing more and more people to your online presence. But if and when you want to meet in person, you should do a big research, to see whether that person exists or not; who is he/she? There are so many online networks that one way or another it gives you the hint of that persons character. If you are not sure, please don't risk your life. There is Skype, that you can meet face to face, if its that urgent you want to meet. Privacy matters, Your Life Matters.

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