Should You Accept Your Parent’s Facebook Friend Request [Flowchart]

Only a few days ago, I came across this interesting flowchart on Mashable. The main idea of the flowchart is to guide Facebook users about whether or not they should accept their parents’ friend requests based on certain criteria.

Since we are very intrigued by the many ways social media affect parenting, we thought we’d share the flowchart here in order to lightly point out the dilemma parents might be facing due to the infamous Facebook!

Accept or Not... That is the Question!

You can read more about this topic here: When Mom or Dad Asks to Be Facebook Friends.

As parents and as offspring, what do you think of this flowchart? Do you think it can help build the relationship between parents and their children or wreck it? Do you agree that Facebook users should follow it?

Looking forward to your comments down below…

Jimmy Fallon’s Twitter Hashtag Game — Learn Social Media By Example

Today’s episode of “Learn Social Media by Example” is a little bit different: It does not tackle a full fledged campaign and yet it has an unexpected twist!

Jimmy Fallon: Getting Ready for the Show!

Idea & Objectives:

Why stick to the old methods of advertising TV shows when you could use social media to do the rough work for you? I am sure someone at NBC.com thought about this and came up with the following plan: Integrate Twitter in a TV show and get the word out through buzzing tweeps!

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5 Reasons Why Parents HATE Facebook & Ways to Limit the Damage!

Facebook, Facebook, Facebook… The infamous social media channel that almost everyone around the world have heard of! Have you ever wondered how parents might think of it? I have, therefore, I prepared a list of 5 reasons why parents can hate Facebook especially when it comes to their kids using it, followed up by some […]

The Many Ways Social Media Affects Parenting Online & Offline!

How do social media tools, channels and platforms affect parenting habits? Is social media widening or narrowing down the generation gap between parents and children? Are parents able to obtain more advice on good parenting habits through social media than any time before?

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