Facebook for Grandparents, Seniors and Baby Boomers:
Are you a Grandparent or a Senior struggling with Facebook? Do your parents ask you for help with basic Facebook questions? Find answers to the most common questions and frustrations in this complete beginner’s guide for grandparents, seniors and baby boomers! See everything included in this free online course by reading more below. Get access to the full course on Udemy at https://www.myvideovoice.com or directly at https://www.udemy.com/facebook-for-grandparents-and-boomers/?couponCode=YT29. Gift this to your parents or grandparents by following the link, then choosing “More Options” under the Coupon Code.
First, this video begins with an overview the questions grandparents, seniors and baby boomers sent to me about their issues with using Facebook. Use the times below to go straight to the question.
06:47 What is Social Media?
11:32 My family says I need a Facebook – what is that?
13:58 I just got used to email, why do I need Facebook too?
16:34 Who can find me on Facebook?
19:04 Can everybody see everything?
20:33 Can you get a computer virus from Facebook?
23:10 How do I post?
29:37 When I write the name of someone in a comment, what does that do?
33:56 How do I create my Facebook profile?
39:14 What are the ads and notifications on the right side of my Facebook page?
Gift this to your parents or grandparents or other seniors by following the link, then choosing “More Options” under the Coupon Code.
I’ve been teaching social media for more than 6 years to entrepreneurs, small businesses and nonprofits, and I’ve helped many of my friends who are grandparents and seniors get set up and familiar with the basics of Facebook. I’ve been waiting for a class made for grandparents and boomers to come out so I could pass that along – and then I realized, why am I waiting? So I reached out to a couple of dozen grandparents and seniors asking them what are your main questions and frustrations around using Facebook. And that’s what this course- Facebook for Grandparents, Seniors and Boomers – is all about.
In addition to the videos included in this free preview video, the full course teaches parents, grandparents, seniors and baby boomers Facebook basics like:
How do I share a picture or video on Facebook?
How can I use Facebook without being a “Facebook stalker”!
Is Facebook safe?
Can someone steal my Facebook identity?
How do I change my Facebook profile picture?
How do I comment on someone else’s Facebook post?
Do I have to accept every Facebook friend request?
Who can find me on Facebook?
Can I leave Facebook if I want to?
How do I change my privacy settings on Facebook?
How do I change my email notifications from Facebook?
How do I tell Facebook who can write on my Timeline?
Can I send a private message to someone on Facebook?
Facebook for Grandparents, Seniors and Baby Boomers is a full 62 lecture course with over 3.5 hours of video lessons. Using screen recordings, I’ll walk you through each answer. In the full course, I’ve also included documents you can download or print out with step by step walk throughs of what you’ve just learned.
Get a discount for this course by following this link: https://www.udemy.com/facebook-for-grandparents-and-boomers/?couponCode=YT29 or by visiting https://www.myvideovoice.com.
Gift this to your parents or grandparents, or other seniors by following the link, then choosing “More Options” under the Coupon Code.
You may have more questions about using Facebook as a grandparent, senior or baby boomer – you can use the Discussion section to ask a question – and get additional help from me and your fellow students.
This course can be your community with other grandparents, seniors and baby boomers for the basics of using Facebook, or a simple step by step guide for the questions you need most.
You can take this course at your own speed, skip to lectures that answer your main questions first, or take the lectures in order to build your knowledge base.
So are you ready to have fun and learn about this Facebook thing? Enroll today – and I’ll see you in class.