How to connect your Facebook Page to Instagram for Business

How to connect your Facebook Page to Instagram for Business

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How to connect your Facebook Page to Instagram for Business

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“How to connect your Facebook Page to Instagram for Business”
How you can take your Instagram that you have on your cell phone, and link it to your Facebook pages which you use for Business, not your Facebook profile.
Let me show you how to do this real quick. Down in the bottom right corner there is a square with a circle in it. Tap that, it gets you into your settings.
At the top right corner there is a setting widget, click that.
Then what you want to do is scroll down until you see “share settings”. Click that.
Click the “share to” button where it currently shows “default”. From there, it will show you all of the Facebook pages that you manage. Click the appropriate page you want your Instagram to post to. That’s it! You have now linked your Instagram to your Facebook page!
This will work for any fan page or Facebook business pages that you manage. Fan pages are great for Facebook fan page marketing.Facebook pages for business are a must.
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THE NAUTICAL ORIGINS of Some Common Expressions …. 
Carry On :
In the days of sail, the officer of the deck kept a weather eye
constantly on the slightest change in the wind so sail could be reefed or
added as necessary to ensure the fastest headway.
Whenever a good breeze came along, the order to ‘carry on’ would be given.
It meant to hoist every bit of canvas the yards could carry.
Today, the term means to continue with your work.

How to connect your Facebook Page to Instagram for Business

Collision Avoidance in International Regulations

Collision Avoidance in International Regulations – Refer to Blog www.maritimenz.com
Rule 22.15 – Bolton elaborates – “The avoiding of the crossing ahead only applies to a crossing where risk exists. It doesn’t apply at large distances before risk applies or where the compass bearing is changing appreciably. There is no obligation to keep course & speed for a vessel sighted at long range before risk begins. Risk is smaller or greater depending on the size or maneuverability & the rate of approach.
The entire Rule 22 does not mention at any point a particular stage. It’s all a matter of assessment. There’s no point at which these Regulations take effect.
Collision Regulations are about a component of good seamanship & that’s distinguished from sea manners which are customary & mandatory in vessel operation & navigational practices.
It’s what courteous mariners practice widely. It’s a matter of professional courtesy & qualities of good seamanship include forehandedness & prudence. Application of good manners could’ve adjusted the encounter to permit the vessels to pass under more favourable circumstances.
If accompanied by prudent seamanship practices, collision regulations allow for most physical conditions & special circumstances excuse conformance to rules.”
Judge Davis asks –“You’re saying that the situation that you found yourself in was one of special circumstances?”
Bolton confirms – “I say very definitely it has to be brought into the calculations because of the ferry changing to an irregular run. If it wasn’t for that, perhaps we would’ve had no problem whatsoever. So in crossing – ‘If the course which is reasonably to be attributed to either vessel if it would keep her clear of the other, the question therefore always turns on the reasonable inference to be drawn to a vessel’s future course from her position at a particular moment & this greatly depends on the nature of the locality where she is at the moment.’ ‘Situational ambiguity & being a marginal situation’ may not apply & ‘Does the approach represent a risk of collision?’ With vessels too far apart to pose any threat to one another, there’s no risk. Collision regulations permit a stand-on vessel to maneuver before the situation becomes extreme.
M Pigneguy in his pedantic stance of being educator of trainee watchman Phillip Sweetman failed to apply good seamanship or good manners – there was no courteous mariners practice, professional courtesy, forehandedness or prudence. There was certainly no attempt to adjust the encounter to permit Classique to pass under more favourable circumstances.
M Pigneguy seemed entirely devoted to manufacturing a close quarters which he would photograph & have Phillip Sweetman witness for the purpose of a prosecution of not only a recreational boater but Bolton in particular.
In doing so M Pigneguy violated every Maritime Collision Regulation regarding an approach & implicated an unwitting Phillip Sweetman in the process.

Sea manners are customary & mandatory in vessel operation & navigational practices.
Collision Avoidance in International Regulations, 2014-09-20_1947

Collision Avoidance in International Regulations – Refer to post in Blog www.maritimenz.com