Not all changes or new features introduced by Facebook get a lot of attention.
In fact, some of its best features are often rolled out silently to be discovered later by users when they see the option.
(Jason Mark Anderman illustrates the logistics problem well in this comment to a backdating post on Ken Adams’s blog.) There’s nothing inherently illegal or unethical about backdating contracts, although backdating can certainly be both unethical and illegal, depending on the situation.
For those with an hour to kill thinking about the issues, Jeffrey Kwall and Stuart Duhl wrote an excellent article on backdating that was published in Business Lawyer in 2008.
Also, note that the process for backdating differs between a personal Facebook profile and a Facebook page. Or maybe you want to document the day your photography business was founded to tell your business story.
If you’re in a similar situation and need to backdate your Facebook page, or have ever been curious about how to do this, read on to learn how. Here’s a scenario when backdating would come in handy: say you’re flipping through your smartphone and find an awesome photo you took last month that you forgot to post to Facebook.
However, these other professionals have historically been regulated by a different standard under both Wisconsin and federal laws, and typically have not met DOL’s narrow definition for providing “investment advice.” Instead of being bound to act in their customers’ best interests as fiduciaries, securities and insurance brokers have only had an obligation to recommend “suitable” products to their customers.
However, this standard has been criticized as allowing brokers to recommend products that are not in the best interests of the investor.
A crucial component of running a photography business is having a solid marketing game plan.
In addition to Instagram, Facebook is a channel that continues to be very beneficial for photographers striving to make money.