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  1. Facebook terms and conditions: why you don't own your online life http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/social-media/9780565/Facebook-terms-and-conditions-why-you-dont-own-your-online-life.html NOTE: The title is a bit misleading as the article is about many social media and not just Facebook.
  2. I have an education website that I have build the last 5 months. I have really tried to add a lot of content and free lessons for teachers and educators. I feel like I have worked hours and hours and I am only seeing 30 - 50 visits a day and that is only if I am sending out 15 or so tweets, 5-6 Google plus posts. I guess I feel like I may feel like I am over posting the same things, no one has complained but I'm not sure if i'm going about it the best way. I am just looking for any advice on the best practices for getting traffic. I hear somewhere that it takes a good 8 months for you to really get a webpage going. Do I just need to be persistent? Or do I need to work on using the social media better.
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