Do you use Facebook and/or Twitter for business, fun, or both?
If both, how do you keep a happy medium?
I have a personal and business profile on facebook. I keep all personal stuff out of the business profile but do regularly share business info on my personal profile.
Twitter is more free form for me. I do what I want in Twitter, link to loads of interesting stuff and to all my other social stuff and the odd one back to the business as well.
Being viewed as a spammer is all to easy in these environments a good rule of thumb is link to 9 other sites for each link to your own.
Be part of the community not a broadcaster.
I use them for both with a business and personal one. It just makes it easier for me to track events and meetings without mucking up my personal stuff. Plus two separate accounts means I am less likely to post something personal on my business account.
I have both a business and a personal account for both Twitter and Facebook. Although I try to keep it both upbeat and updated, there is a difference in focus and having separate accounts makes monitoring easier. It also makes it easier for me to ensure that all personal stuffs are in my personal accounts.
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