Social Media: Now It’s Personal

You may want to rethink more than just your professional online networking strategyOne of the better pieces of social media advice has always been to start personally, learn the lay of the land, make a few mistakes along the way, and then dive into the business opportunities that the social Web has to offer. This approach has been ideal for those looking to discover how social media fits into their lives. It’s akin to moving to a foreign country and immersing yourself in the language.During the past few years, nearly all of us have immersed ourselves in the social Web. We’ve attempted to learn the language by setting up several accounts and shared (and over-shared) our lives—all while “friending,” “following,” and “liking” just about anything or anyone who crossed our paths. And, naturally, we’ve made several missteps on the road to social media fluency.Unlike the sho

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