I’m often asked, when I present on social media – how business owners can separate their business and their personal lives. How they can shared pictures of their grandkids on Facebook and share pictures of a raucous weekend party – while trying to build the brand for their accounting firm or landscaping business.
My answer is always the same – you can’t.
Your business life and your personal life – on the Internet – especially social networks – should be one and the same.
The NY Times writes how a Politwoops has a feature to “undelete” Twitter messages of politicians.
Today its politicians – tomorrow – it’ll be everyone.
I’ve told you once and I’ll tell you again – post on social media as if the world and your best client are watching. They are.
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