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TIPS FOR MANAGING YOUR PERSONAL OR BUSINESS FACEBOOK PAGE AFTER YOUR DEATH - blog - McIvor Marketing

Tips For Managing Your Personal Or Business Facebook Page After Your Death

Have you ever wondered what would come of your social media accounts after you die? Just like any of your other property, you will have a choice beforehand to leave instructions for Facebook on what you would like to happen. There are multiple different options that you can choose from when it comes to what will happen to your Facebook account once you pass away.
First step is to remember the ABC and D’s.

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hacking on social media: how they do it, how to avoid it, & what to do if it happens to you - blog - McIvor Marketing

Hacking on Social Media: How They do it, How to Avoid it, & What to do if it Happens to You

Malicious hacking has become incredibly common. There are around 2,200 cyber-attacks every day, that could equate to more than 800,000 attacks per year. 58% of adults are worried about being a victim of cybercrime. 63% of consumers are worried someone will steal their identity, and 78% of consumers are concerned about data privacy. We want to help ease some of these fears by helping you avoid cyber-attacks and providing you with the steps to take to get your accounts back if you are hacked.

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Online tools businesses can't live without - McIvor Marketing Blog

Online Tools Businesses Can’t Live Without

To stand out from competitors and show consumers your business is professional, up to date, and on top of daily tasks, these recommended tools  help maintain and grow your business and manage your team successfully. The team of McIvor Marketing professionals is here to consult and partner with you to implement the  tools that will bring immediate value.

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Are You Engaging with Consumers on Your Website?

Live Chat is a great tool for businesses to incorporate into their website because it allows for consumers to interact with a business the way that they want to. Millennials would much rather go to a website and use Live Chat to speak with someone and give up contact information. Baby Boomers on the other hand, they are “old school” and feel more comfortable going to a physical location or picking up the phone and speaking with someone.

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