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Friday, September 21, 2012

How do I delete my Facebook account??


How Do I Delete My Facebook Account?

Here we go, a direct link to start the Facebook account deletion process.

Delete Facebook

Click through and follow the instructions or bookmark this page for future reference.
Now, how about a little irony courtesy of the Facebook like button? :-P

The Facebook Account Deletion Process

Your account will be ‘deactivated’ for two weeks. After this period it will be permanently deleted. Do not login to your account during this time, it will cancel the deletion request.
For more detail, check out How to Permanently Delete a Facebook Account.

Deleting Facebook Data

In theory, deleting your account will immediately delete all Facebook data. In reality, things are more complicated.
Facebook is a complex piece of software engineered to deliver social data quickly. Instant data removal is not the priority.
So, leverage all your options before account deletion,
  • Lock down all privacy settings.
  • Revoke app permissions and linked accounts e.g. Google and Yahoo!
  • Delete all messages, photos, tags, status updates if possible.
  • Contact friends about tags, photos that you would like deleted.
If this is daunting, concentrate on the more sensitive content.

Leaving Social Data Behind

As hard as you try, some personally identifiable information may remain. This could be something as simple as your name on a message to someone else.
You have little control over this or what others choose to share about you in future. The most you can realistically do is ask your friends to respect your privacy.
Any data that you have shared with Facebook apps and advertisers is with them permanently.
Accept that if you were a heavy Facebook user, you are leaving behind a valuable personal data footprint.

Thursday, September 20, 2012

9 ways to look smarter

9 Ways To Look Smart

Fact: you have friends–which means that the person you’re dating needs to see you interact with those friends. Fact: you also have to charm the friends of the person you’re dating. PLUS, you’ve gotta be able to interact with colleagues, bosses, underlings, clients, because sometimes you have to bring your date along to work events (or you’re invited to be a date to someone else’s work event). Conclusion: if you can’t talk to a wide variety of people about a wide variety of subjects, you are going to look like a total douchebag.
Whoa! I know what you’re thinking–a lot of pressure! But it doesn’t have to be. With a little legwork, you can be prepared for almost any conversational circumstance. Lance gives some suggestions on being a conversational whiz here. He’s mostly talking about how to be witty on a date. My post focuses on topics you can use when conversing with people you don’t know well–whether that’s a date you met online, someone you’re picking up at a club, or a horrible work cocktail party or company picnic.
Here are some subjects near and dear to my own heart that almost anyone can learn about with a minimum of effort:
1. Your Location
Talking about your location is probably one of the most “natural” conversational topics at hand if you’re going to be introducing yourself to strangers. This means finding something out about the venue or some related topic. At my boyfriend’s company picnic at the zoo, I shared some knowledge about snakes and sting rays.
(sting rays = awesome)
Visit a bar or club’s website, if they have one, for some trivia about its history, especially if you go there often. Learning about the history of your town also falls under this category–whether you just moved someplace new and are curious or you’ve lived there for years and are sharing your knowledge. This can lead to recommendations for restaurants or things to do.
That restaurant sounds great! Wanna join me?
2. Hollywood
It is my own personal belief that Hollywood exists to make the world smaller–the existence of movie stars means that you can gossip with people you’ve never even met before. You can check out magazines like Star or People at Border’s, and then later that week when you catch the hottie in front of you checking out headlines at the grocery store, you can share the scoop: “I totally know who has Hollywood’s worst butt!” TV shows like Talk Soup can sum everything up for you in half an hour, or you can check out celebrity gossip websites like The Superficial.
3. Reality TV
Reality TV falls under a separate, but related category as Hollywood, but there’s no real substitute for watching it yourself. Just like you should follow Lance’s advice and pick a TV drama to watch weekly, you should seriously consider adding at least one reality tv show to your repertoire.
Some of my favorites include American Idol (because everyone watches it), Beauty and the Geek (because the plays on gender stereotypes are endless conversation fodder, and America’s Next Top Model (because it allows me to be catty and cruel). There are tons of blogs that gossip and speculate on these, and you’re just in time to catch The Bachelorette starting with the third episode.
(Who wouldn’t want to know what becomes of DeAnna?)
This may not be your bag, but remember that conversing with someone you don’t know is about making them feel comfortable, not belittling what they’re interested in.
4. Politics
This one’s a little tricky, because depending on the circumstance you have to be very careful not to offend the other person. However, in my experience you can introduce a topic or recent event as a statement of fact (“So, McCain’s the presumptive Republican nominee…”) or as a question (“Who do you think will get the Democratic nod, Clinton or Obama?”) and gauge your part in the conversation based on their response.
You can watch the straight news channels (they tend to rotate the same few stories throughout the day so you only need to catch half an hour while on the treadmill at the gym), or watch The Daily Show or The Colbert Report. There are also online venues like The Onion, which has funny stories about a variety of subjects, not just politics.
5. Sports
Mostly I’m throwing this one out there for the ladies–if you expect him to talk to you about America’s Next Top Model without making fun of you, then you need to suck it up and learn about what he likes. Also, not all guys are into sports–the BF hates watching sports, and finds himself at a conversational disadvantage at work events sometimes because that’s all the stuffy old engineers he works with talk about.
You can watch Sports Center or another recap show that gives you all the day’s highlights at once. And pick at least one favorite team that you will follow and talk somewhat knowledgeably about, to show you’ve got some substance.
6. Random Trivia
Dork it up! Watch How It’s Made on the Science Channel (lots of trivia on household objects) or Mythbusters on The Discovery Channel (hosted by special effects specialists, they blow shit up every week). Or just indulge your interest in something obscure but interesting. This has the effect of simultaneously making you an expert and increasing your social value, while also encouraging people to ask questions or feel comfortable sharing their own dorky interests.
My own personal rabid (ha! the pun’s coming, wait for it…) obsession with dog training techniques on The Dog Whisperer gives me something to talk about while also getting people to share their pet stories. Playing tv game shows like Jeopardy! will keep your brain sharp for the trivia games that lots of bars have, and then you can feel comfortable showing off your skillz over beer.
7. Food and Drink
Everyone loves food, so it’s also a natural. However, you’ll find that there’s a big difference between saying, “this is yummy” and actually knowing something about how to cook. The BF learned how to cook in college, which means he can not only speak knowledgeably about why something’s good or recommend a delicious restaurant based on someone’s preferences, he is also able to share shopping and cooking tips.
Learn something about how beer or your favorite liquor is made. If you’re going to a company barbecue, share your recipe for ribs. There are lots of shows like Hell’s Kitchen and Top Chef that let you blend reality tv with food, as well. Hell’s Kitchen, particularly, is amusing because I’ve never heard that much bleeped-out cursing in all my life!
(Credit to Fox.com for this smokin’ image…ha! Get it? Well, f%&k you, then.)
8. Sex & Drugs
Obviously this isn’t appropriate for every venue, but if you’re in a social circumstance or on a first date, it’s all up for grabs. My personal favorite way to introduce these topics is a game from college called “Never Have I Ever.” Each person completes the statement with some type of activity–smoked pot, gone skinny dipping, whatever. If you’ve done the action, then you have to drink. If you’re the only person to drink, then you have to tell the story.
Obviously this gets more fun the more people you have involved, and unless some of the people know each other well then you’re on the honor code, but even with two people it’s a decent time. It’s also a nice screening tool because you can pick something just risque enough to push their boundaries and either force an admission out of them, or get the opportunity to tell whatever story you’ve been saving. You can also reference Honey and Lance–did you check out that steamy Seattle story?
9. The Economy
From the housing market to student loans to the rising price of gas, talking about the economy is always good for a collective moan, which means group bonding. The fact that I just paid $47 to fill up the tank on my 13-gallon Ford compact makes me want to cry, and there’s all sorts of speculation about when the housing market is going to “truly” hit bottom, whether this is “actually” a recession, and what the best investments are in times like these. Of course, you have to do a little research to have an opinion beyond “this sucks,” so I recommend news sites like CNN’s Money Page, or MSN Money.
There are magazines and books on these topics–I liked Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad, Poor Dad. Or for a more lighthearted approach, you can ask people what the first thing they’d do would be if they won the powerball. My own personal choice is hiring a personal chef. Hooray!
Final Thoughts
As opposed to personal stories, these topics are pretty universally popular and allow other people to participate. Note that almost all of these require advance planning. Honey’s Insight of the Day:
You have to be willing to put some effort in before the fact in order for conversation to come across as effortless.
Good luck! Got any tips or tricks? Do share…

3 Unique Ways to Reduce Bounce Rate of Your Blog



When was the last time have you read a post from top to toe?

Don’t remember? Same with me ;)
Okay lets directly come to the meat of this post to reduce bounce rate of your site.
What is bounce rate?
Before knowing how to reduce bounce rate, lets first know what does bounce rate mean..
Bounce rate is also called exit rate, which is the percentage of your visitors who leave immediately after arriving on a page.
It means who visit ONLY one page of a site.
Should you consider improving bounce rate?
Absolutely yes.
reduce bounce rateWhen you’ve a good bounce rate for your blog, you’re actually doing something great.
At an average if your blog has a bounce rate of 70% you’re doing fantastic job.
If your blog has more than 70% of bounce rate, try to reduce it down.

Why less bounce rate is always good?
Less bounce rate means you’ve
  • Great content
  • More loyal readers
  • Good subscription rate and
  • High conversion rates

Top 3 unique ways to reduce bounce rate


The main reason why someone bounces from your blog is this: they don’t find what they ACTUALLY want.
When they find everything interesting and useful do they leave your blog?
No.. instead, they bring more readers to read your blog.

Use videos on your blog posts.

Try video marketing: Online readers love to skim all the time. Even if they find something interesting, they’ll skip the topic and read exactly what they want.
For example, if you’re writing a post on 3 ways to reduce bounce rate... most online readers simply jump to those 3 tips instead of reading introduction and other witty lines.
It means their time span is really really less. They’re very lazy to read the whole content. I’m sure no one reads the articles word to word. Then how you can improve your bounce rate?
Readers will find it easy to learn something from videos or podcasts rather than reading textual content.

Have an awesome layout for your blog.

First impression is the last impression.
When someone lands on your blog, they will first see what’s your blog about. And how good your design is. If you blog layout standing out from the crowd, you’re giving them less options to leave your blog. That means you’re forcing them to stick to your blog.
Your font size matters.. a lot
Use the font size with 15 or 16 px. Not 12 px. Because online readers prefer reading (if not skimming) the content with larger font sizes.
If you’re making them hard to read the content, you’re making them to leave from your blog, hence you’re killing the bounce rate yourself.
Fast loading site is always.. good
When your site is loading really faster, your readers will love it. And faster loading sites actually the best way to reduce bounce rate for your sites. Moreover readers will hate slow loading sites, the best way to improving your blog loading time is this: crush the images and remove unwanted plugins and ads. Use only important WP plugins that your site needs.

Nuke the distractions to reduce bounce rate

Kill the popup’s. They’ll certainly annoy your visitors. Why do you need a Facebook popup box if you want to gain authority from your blog? Seriously, I hate popup’s.
If you’re a popup lover, try not to use them excessively. And craft them in such a way as not to annoy anyone.
Best example is, Neil Patel’s QuickSprout blog. It’s so cute popup that users can’t ignore signing up to him.
One of the most visible places on your blog is: sidebar
If you do it right, you can do more with the sidebar! But most of the bloggers use annoying things and fill their sidebars with too many widgets and ads. So nuke all the distractions to reduce bounce rate for your blogs.

Extra tip to reduce bounce rate: Use related articles under each post.

This is the common yet really effective tip to improve the bounce rate of a site.
When you’re using similar posts under each and every post, you’re giving more reasons to the readers to stay on your blog.
If your content it too good, they’ll definitely spend more time on your blog.
At least if you’ve attention grabbing titles, you can make them sticky to click on more links.
What are your favorite methods to reduce bounce rate of your blog?



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