BC Supreme Court Okays Class Action Suit Against Facebook

facebook eyeThe BC Supreme Court  has given the go ahead today to a class action suit against Facebook. The BC class action lawsuit covers the period from January 1, 2011 to today. Unless they opt out of the lawsuit, anyone covered by the criteria is included in the class action. Continue reading

WordPress Followers, Likes and Stats

Every blogger wants more followers, likes and shares. Attracting readers to your site the first time is only half the battle. Return visitors are important to the success of your blog and that’s why comment baiting and blog centered community building are critical. WordPress.com Staff have made it easy to easy for visitors to follow your blog and to “like” and share your posts. Your followers do not need to be registered with WordPress.com, and there are several different ways that readers can become followers.  But numbers may be be deceiving and you can’t take them with you when you go. Continue reading

WordPress.com: Who Follows Who?

Every blogger wants to attract followers to their blog. Attracting followers requires identifying your target audience, and creating quality content that engages them and encourages them to return to read more. WordPress.com bloggers have always had a strong sense of community and not to be outdone by those other sites that have click and follow buttons WordPress.com Staff have been introducing incremental changes to the former “subscribe” function. The first change occurred when the “subscribe” link on the Admin bar visible to all logged in WordPress.com users changed to “follow”.  Continue reading