Do you Tweet Your Life on Twitter?
– by Timothy Caron
Many people on Twitter talk about everything under the sun, from there day at work, to their personal lives, but is it really safe in regards to the onslaught of identity theft?
In trying to build relationships on Twitter, we can, if not careful drop the ball, whereby someone can take advantage of a seamlessly innocent situation.
A recent commercial that was aired on CBS, NBS and many others, Verizon Wireless created a scenario of a son and daughter, who were concerned about how their parents were using their cell phones, in such a way as to possibly embarrass them, by writing all over there “Wall” or making there whereabouts known on Twitter, by tweeting there exact location.
While innocent as this may seem, anyone who knew the children involved, could see this as an opportunity to steal, or intrude on the family for their own personal gain.
Though this was not the intent of Verizon Wireless, it does raise a few questions, about how our children perceive our actions and how it relates to marketing online via twitter or even facebook.
Here are a few thoughts to ponder while using Twitter or even Facebook for that matter.
1) What am I really trying to say?
2) What will they think about me?
3) Do I really need to say this?
Whether you use Twitter or Facebook for personal or business use, try a different approach to your marketing effort that will engage, build relationship and provide value, without compromising either your business or your personal life.
Watching out for you, one tweet at a time~
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