Instead of relying strictly on the Internet, users need to organize this data so they don’t lose anything important to them.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) January 02, 2013
Getting organized is always among the most popular New Year’s resolutions, and these days that can mean getting your digital house in order. As 2013 approaches, plenty of people will be looking to organize masses of information and memories scattered online. BluMoxy, the leading social media memory book service, can help.
BluMoxy recently was featured in Parenting Magazine as “The New Scrapbook.” By syncing BluMoxy to Facebook and Twitter, users can track, organize and preserve their social media interactions to create customized social media memory books.
“People are keeping their memories on social media sites now and are getting overwhelmed by the volume of data being shared,” said BluMoxy CEO Lisa Tranum. “Instead of relying strictly on the Internet, users need to organize this data so they don’t lose anything important to them.”
The average Facebook user creates 90 pieces of content each month: status updates, pictures and comments on other user’s pages. That adds up to more than 30 billion pieces of content shared each month on Facebook alone.
“I recommend saving the memory books monthly or even weekly in order to keep a complete record of your social media history,” says Tranum. BluMoxy pulls all content – not just photos but the comments on them, statuses and most popular activity on a user’s wall – to create a comprehensive record. “The interactions can be saved in folders on the computer, or printed and filed with other important documents and keepsakes.”
About BluMoxy, LLC
BluMoxy, LLC, a leading social media memory book service, helps active social media users take ownership of content currently housed on some of the largest, most popular social networking sites in the world. BluMoxy users can safely and securely download pictures, comments, wall posts, status updates, tweets, and more into personalized Moxybook pages to create user-owned memory books to be saved forever. For more information, visit http://www.BluMoxy.com.