Not securely held or in position; dangerously likely to fall or collapse.
Dependent on chance; uncertain.
uncertain - insecure - dubious - doubtful - unsafe
“There is an emptiness inside of me — a void that will never be filled. No one in your life will ever love you as your mother does. There is no love as pure, unconditional and strong as a mother’s love. And I will never be loved that way again.”—Hope Edelman, Motherless Daughters: The Legacy of Loss
Facebook has become a daily part of our global vernacular. While the platform is in a constant state of flux, here are some news highlights from this week to maintain a competitive edge for your business.
Facebook will begin rolling out Page Post Targeting. This is a new way to segment page content based on audience data. Expect to see the functionality roll out to all Pages over the next few weeks depending on the success of the initial launch.
Facebook shares closed down 4 percent Thursday at another all-time low of $20.04, compared with their May initial offering price of $38, amid ongoing fallout from the company’s underwhelming first earnings report as a public company on July 26.
With many analysts recently expressing their skepticism about Facebook’s future business, Facebook is changing their narrative with the launch of Facebook Stories. Facebook Stories is an online monthly magazine devoted to stories on how Facebook can be used.
“I used to be a ramblin’ gal
Oh but I got tired and I settled down
A long long ways my feet did try
Till the life got heavy and the times got hard
I been out east and I been out west
But the southern states are the ones I love the best
Alabam’, Mississippi, Louisiana
O the Caroline’s
Tennessee and Georgia’s kind
Well in California I nearly lost my head
I wound up wishin’ that I was dead
But when I reached that ole Cheyenne
I was feeling clear, wanted to live again
Well I shed a tear nearly every state
Just wonderin’ down that lost highway
Now the open road starts to callin’ me
But there ain’t no place that I wanna be”—Hurray for the Riff Raff, Ramblin’ Gal