Are you constantly getting messages on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram asking you to do something? I’d love to tell you it’s just a coincidence. It’s not. It’s because our mental filter is clouded by these messages. The only way to stop this from happening is by having a clear, intentional, and consistent mind-set that’s able to stop these messages from ever coming in.
This is the key to creating your own, personal Facebook and Twitter accounts. Create a new account, link your Facebook account to yours, and then set your “About Me” page to read, “This is my online social media profile. I use this profile to communicate with friends and family. I don’t want you to be bombarded with these messages. I am not interested.
The same thing applies to your Twitter account, where you should only ever have a single Twitter follow, and only ever link it to your Facebook page. Keep this to a single email address, and only ever have one email address for all your communication. It could just be a link to your Facebook page, and maybe a Google+ follow. The key is to make the messages that come through your email address so specific that you only want one or two of them in your inbox.
For example, my Gmail account only has one email address. My Twitter account has one. My Facebook page has one. If you don’t have a Gmail, Twitter, or Facebook email address, and you don’t have a Google account, you should stop using them. Your phone will tell you what your phone number is. Your email provider will probably tell you what you’re using.
The one thing that Google is good at doing is making things simpler. A smart computer can scan the contents of your incoming emails and determine that youre on the most recent version of the site, so you can just click on the link and be routed to the newest version. All of the other sites have to be updated by a human. So you can use your phone to find out what version you have, and then just click the link.
Google is good at making things simpler. It doesn’t have to be a human to do it. It could be the equivalent of the phone company. The phone company just scans your incoming calls and determines whether they are for a company that operates a local number or a number that’s not. Google just scans the contents of your incoming emails and determines which version you’re on.
It all started long ago when Google was the first search engine. It was also the first to use natural language processing (NLP) to actually make sense of the text it received from you. So Google was able to use this technology (and other techniques) to scan the text it was getting from you and automatically determine what version of the site you were on. Its not perfect, but it’s a lot better than nothing.
The problem is that you can get an email from Google that says your computer is infected with malware, but a virus scanner on your computer still works. Google also scans your emails for keywords and other keywords that you might have used for that website to make sure you didn’t use the same keywords elsewhere. This is called a “spam folder” and will cause Google to think that you are using the email for spam.
The problem with spam is that it is not very difficult to detect and block. I have just installed a spam filter that will block email that is sent using a Gmail address. This will also block emails that are sent from any domain that is not on the spam filter.
If you have a spam folder, you can use some free software to do it. Yahoo Mail offers a free alternative called Spambot that can help you to do it, and there are also online tools that can help you to block it. If you do not want a spam folder, just put your keywords in your emails and that will stop the emails from being sent.