We survived the Facebook Apocalypse

Picture it. February 3, 2004. Don’t remember the significance of that date? That was the day before TheFacebook launched and today we got a little taste of what life was like almost 18 years ago.

Well, not really. So many of us are addicted to Facebook that we literally lost our minds when we couldn’t use it for the majority of the workday in the U.S.

You know those folks who have been saying for years to make sure you don’t keep all of your social media eggs in one basket?

But seriously y’all, how many small businesses experienced a heart stopping disruption in their operations today by not havbig access to Facebook’s tool?

Now imagine if the same thing had happened to Google… Actually, I don’t have to imagine, I just have to remember that Google also experienced service interruptions in the past two years of the Panini.

Were you ready for the disruption? Are you motivated to make a preparedness plan now?

We might all do well to conduct an audit of our content and vital information and make sure we won’t lose our means to live and do commerce with the takedown of one entity.

Marta is an award winning filmmaker, writer and producer committed to sharing the rich and complex stories of America’s Heartland region.  Marta wears several hats as Chief Creative-in-Charge of MartaGwyn Productions, LLC as well as the Co-Founder and Senior Grant Writer of Youngblood and Associates, LLC and Chief Operations Officer of Marta Collier Educational Systems and Services, LLC.

Marta is also the founder and editor-in-chief of TheWRITEaddiction.  An online community of writers that publish creative and inspirational works daily at www.TheWriteAddiction.com.

Marta is an alumna of The Ohio State University and Tougaloo College with degrees in Sociology and English-Journalism and resides in Little Rock, Arkansas, with her husband and unconventional college sweetheart of 10 years, Terrance Youngblood.

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