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tagged Stacia Cosner's Why does my name and/or Twitter profile appear on a website and in search results? with Helpful 2014-01-16 13:11:04 -0800

Why does my name and/or Twitter profile appear on a website and in search results?

I found my name and Twitter bio on a page on someone's NationBuilder website. Why did this happen and how can I remove it?

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NationBuilder websites can create public profiles for your supporters and people who've opted-in to hear from you, either via email or by following you on Twitter. You can learn more about NationBuilder public profiles here: "What are public profiles?"

Public profiles can be turned off and on at the website and individual level by an administrator of the nation, and you can disable your own profile by logging into the NationBuilder site with Twitter, clicking on "account settings" in the footer of the website, and checking the box requesting your public profile not be displayed. Public profiles are turned off by default.

NationBuilder is not a social network, so personal settings you adjust and your opt-in status will be different across nations you support, interact with on Facebook, or follow on Twitter. For example, my profile is different in my own nation, the NationBuilder nation, and third-party nations I support, such as The Bully Project.

How to adjust settings for public profiles

Sitewide public profile settings are found in an administrator's control panel under Websites > Site settings, and look like this:

NationBuilder_site_settings.png

A nation administrator can turn off public profiles on an individual level by editing the record of that person (if they are a Twitter follower, NationBuilder creates a basic record consisting of public Twitter info), clicking on "Public profile" and checking "Don't publish profile on website."

Control_panel_-_public_profile.png

Why public profiles? These feature-rich pages enable user control of the way they are represented within a nation and automatically display public pages you've created. Nation supporters can create their own profile messages, page headlines and more. To edit your public profile page and contact information as a non-administrator, simply choose site settings in the footer of the page.

Here's my profile on The Bully Project nation, highlighting where I can toggle on and off public display of the page:

My_profile_on_The_Bully_Project.png


commented on How do I connect a NationBuilder event with a Facebook event? 2013-04-26 06:48:33 -0700 · Flag
Lora, that is correct. Pages are linked individually to broadcasters.

commented on Post events to Facebook as page, not individual 2013-04-26 07:11:35 -0700 · Flag
Lora, these are NationBuilder’s official support pages – I’m sorry to hear that you were given conflicting information :(

commented on How do you use non-blog post page types as sub-pages of a blog 2013-04-24 09:47:31 -0700 · Flag
Ethan, definitely this is what the support forum is for – we can’t always answer every question right away (and we depend on our community to pitch in as well) – but now you’ve helped us provide additional documentation that’s available to all. Thanks!

commented on Put up a real forum 2013-04-24 10:46:36 -0700 · Flag
Bryan, we’d love to have more comments and participation on the official support pages, but definitely anything that gets users supporting each other is important ;)

Here is one of the more active groups I’m aware of, which is managed by Liberal Art, one of the NationBuilder Architect firms:

https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups&hl=en#!forum/progressivenationbuilders

Here is the Google group for NBEC developers:

https://groups.google.com/a/nationbuilder.com/forum/#!forum/election-center-developers

commented on How do I schedule a tweet or Facebook post? 2013-04-24 09:44:44 -0700 · Flag
Mark, scheduling social media posts is available under each broadcaster and you can definitely schedule a post with a link to one of your blog posts. Scheduling social is not on each blog post, though.



commented on Improve Facebook tracking 2013-04-22 17:48:58 -0700 · Flag
You can now search for anyone who’s liked a Facebook post by one of your broadcasters under Advanced search > Activity.

commented on Suggestions - Working For Queenslanders 2013-04-22 17:46:59 -0700 · Flag
Mitch, you can now find anyone who liked a Facebook post by one of your broadcasters under Advanced search > Activity.

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