Don’t say anything online that you wouldn’t say in a crowded
NAR Social Media Guru Serves Up Another Brewhaha on Twitter :
“There's another firestorm brewing in the hallowed halls of the
National Assn. of REALTORS. NAR social media director Todd
Carpenter ignited another Twitter brawl following some late night
meandering on the social net…
The following exchange between Carpenter and a Realtor in
Dayton, Ohio, was most likely a friendly joke.”
But First: Social Media Dos and Don’ts
Once it’s out there…
It’s OUT THERE…
Why Even Bother?
Facebook is another place to meet people and connect. For free.
Building A Legitimately Large Audience – and
Determine Your Audience
The only way to build a large and legitimate audience is to develop
ideas that spread organically. As you’ve perfected the art of
developing powerful and compelling ideas, you expand your
audience potential. At that point Facebook can be used as a tool to
reach a larger portion of your total audience potential in a quick
period of time. So don’t make this mistake: do not overestimate
your total audience potential. If you have a flower shop in
Charlotte, North Carolina, your maximum audience potential is the
total number of people in Charlotte who purchase flowers. Even
once you’ve determined your audience potential, take the time to
perfect your message.
From FB Terms:
You own all of the content and information you post on Facebook,
and you can control how it is shared through your
privacy and application settings.
Facebook Says So
According to Facebook's terms of service, "Profiles represent individuals and
must be held under an individual name, while Pages allow an organization,
business, celebrity, or band to maintain a professional presence on Facebook." If
your business' profile gets shut down by Facebook for violating this rule, your
friends list will vanish with it.