Social Media Day 2020 – FREE DOWNLOAD Staying Safe Using Social Media

Celebrate Social Media Day 2020 at Genealogybargains.com with this FREE DOWNLOAD Staying Safe Using Social Media
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Worried about using social media? Get the free download Staying Safe Using Social Media

Today is Social Media Day, a day to celebrate the use of social media as a way of communication and connecting. And while there are many advantages to being on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and many other platforms, the social media landscape is not always “safe.”

Today is Social Media Day, a day to celebrate the use of social media as a way of communication and connecting. And while there are many advantages to being on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and many other platforms, the social media landscape is not always "safe."

That’s why I’ve developed a 5-page guide entitled Staying Safe with Social Media with an entire lists of ways you can enjoy a more secure experience on  social media platforms!

“Social media and its use in finding out more about our ancestors offers many opportunities for genealogists and family historians. In Staying Safe with Social Media you’ll learn the techniques needed to get the most out of using sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and blogs while at the same time protecting your own privacy and information. The ability to connect with others through the Internet and, namely social media, brings great opportunities, but also issues, complications and problems which can turn a fun journey of sharing into a bad experience. It all comes down to common sense and a formula: education + action + vigilance.”

To access Staying Safe with Social Media click below or click HERE and make sure you share it with your fellow genealogists and family historians!

I've developed a 5-page guide entitled Staying Safe with Social Media with an entire lists of ways you can enjoy a more secure experience on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media platforms! “Social media and its use in finding out more about our ancestors offers many opportunities for genealogists and family historians. In Staying Safe with Social Media you’ll learn the techniques needed to get the most out of using sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and blogs while at the same time protecting your own privacy and information. The ability to connect with others through the Internet and, namely social media, brings great opportunities, but also issues, complications and problems which can turn a fun journey of sharing into a bad experience. It all comes down to common sense and a formula: education + action + vigilance.”

Why is this FREE? What’s the Catch?

There really isn’t a catch.  I give away a lot of free content every year because I want fellow genealogists and family historians to have access to the best tools and information for their research. I also do this because I’m hoping you might be interested in my other content and websites where I do make money such as Genealogy Bargains:

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