Do you Tweet? Am I your FB friend? Are we LinkedIn?
Have you pinned to Pinterest? Did you snapped a photo to Instagram?
There are so many ways to connect and be seen. How do you choose?
And – even with smartphone technology, who really has the time for all this?
Or, I wonder if “Sally” really meant to broadcast that snarky argument with her sister “Sue” to the entire UNIVERSE?
When is too much, just TOO MUCH?
Or when is ENOUGH, enough?
No offense, but I don’t want to see a photo of someone’s food, unless there’s a recipe attached to it.
Also, I really don’t want to know how much someone hates a particular political candidate. Really? We all got the hint 15 posts before the word “scumbag” was used.
But, what about the meaningful posts? You know, those updates to friends and family showing them you finally got up enough nerve to go parasailing on vacation.
Then, there’s the inevitable business element -
Are you “friends” with your boss? Have you ever gossiped about a work-related issues on social media?
Oh, and just how many of your wild party pix will potential employers see when they Google your name?
What if you are trying to start or grow a business? The experts recommend that all of your social media consistently bear your “brand.”
What’s your brand? It’s hard to pin down, isn’t it! I think I know what mine is or at least what it’s starting to look like.
Now the hard question – which social media tools (besides this blog, of course) am I really ready to embrace? Which is your preferred social media tool?