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December 04, 2010


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Alex Vasquez

This a great discussion because what they are telling those who are on Social Media is to not over do your presence on Social Media. In some form or fashion there has to be order to how you use these Networks of branding yourself on the internet. I know from personal experience, many people on Facebook or Twitter will post non-sense! To those who are on many of the Social Media Websites, you have to remember that you are what you publish. Great example of the military by David Meerman Scott.

Tony Faustino

Thanks for stopping by Alex! I love the US Air Force example by David Meerman Scott also. My favorite anecdote is the high ranking officer who tells David: "If we can trust our people with a $300 million airplane, why can't we trust them on Facebook."

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