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Social Media is Great, but Not Everyone Wants to be Your Friend – Shocking Video

Twitter, Facebook, Youtube and LinkedIn are just a few of many Social Media Websites that are quickly growing in size and popularity.  Most likely you or someone in your family has an account on one or all of these sites. But, just like in the real world, not everyone wants to be your friend online. I think this short shocking video makes my point…


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Now while that video may be disturbing to some people, the point is that you need to use caution when using the Social Media Networks.

This is not to say you should not participate on the Social Media sites, you just need to learn to be safe online.  Now, thanks to an IT security professional who made it his mission to make the Internet safe by 10/10/10, there is a Website that can help you take a few simple steps to make yourself safer online.

Families, children and Internet users in general now have the opportunity to learn to be safer online with the free Internet safety tips and tricks found on This site offers simple, short how-to videos that everyone can understand. Each tutorial has information for both Apple Mac users and Windows users on topics such as: Facebook Safety, Anti-Virus Tips, Twitter Safety, LinkedIn Safety and Wireless WiFi Security.

The sole purpose of this website is to protect Internet users from the small number of people making the Internet an increasingly dangerous place for everyone else. The “Learn to be Safe Online” Website is a meaningful tool for all Internet users who want to protect themselves, their families and their information. The philosophy behind “Learn to Be Safe Online” is that since we all use the Internet, it should be a safe place to work, learn and play.

Take a few minutes out of your day to watch a couple of the videos found on If you learn even one tip you can use to protect yourself or your family, your time was well spent.

Author Byline: Ford Saeks, Business Growth Specialist, Keynote Speaker, Author and Consultant. Helping you find, attract, and keep your customers.

November 10, 2009 Posted By : Ford Saeks

1 Comment

  1. Dennis Snow


    My elderly parents are just now getting involved in social media and other internet communication. It’s important for us to assist older family members in how to identify those who prey on novice users. Amazing video in your post!



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