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  1. Ryan Biddulph

    Hi Noemi,

    I feel the smallest dose of common sense can help you avoid serious problems with social media. All points here are golden. Love em.

    I try to keep things high energy on my social accounts. I post good-natured, humorous stuff to appeal to a wide-ranging audience without being naughty. This is quite easy to do. Think before you tweet. Think before you act. Be nice.

    Generate good karma. Promote others freely and most of all, keep things positive to appeal to your audience. Social is such an easy game if you’ll simply think before you send out an update.

    As for the working/fake sick bit, just tell the truth. If I feel amazing, I work, and if I don’t feel great I’ll still work. If I feel really terrible, I’ve built enough trust with my clients that they’ll know that I’m really sick, and if they see updates, they’ll know these are scheduled and automated. Just be honest. This alone will save you from so many problems on the social media front.

    Excellent tips here. If I’d sum it all up Noemi, I’d say think about karma before you ever posting anything on social media sites and you’ll be fine.

    Thanks for sharing.


    • Noemi Tasarra-Twigg

      You’re welcome, Ryan, and thanks for the input. You surely have added value to the article. Hope to hear from you again!

  2. Carlos hasen

    i am daily mange social media Presence Properly. but it doesn’t yet helpful. what is the method to publish article on social media so every one can know about it. how much it harmful or useful.kindly reply me.

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