• Shawn Lippert

    Yes you can cut the kids some slack, kids will be kids, maybe when companies are checking out potential employees they should only go as far back as the legal age for adulthood.When posting something online I use the assumption of ” If i were in public would I let the next person in line know about something that happened to me and is it appropriate ?” To post or not to post? Good article!

  • http://twitter.com/RedHotWebsites Red Hot Websites

    I’m a 42 year old, self employed, father of two young girls. I post some funny and slightly off-colour comments, but that’s my character.

    My rule of thumb when posting to Facebook, Twiiter, Linkedin etc is “Would I be happy for my mum (who is my friend on FB) or kids to see this?” If the answer’s no, I don’t post.

  • http://roshanjoshi.com.np Roshan

    Agree with some points of the writer as I am also less active on Facebook & more so on some other social platform. But closing eyes doesn’t mean light is not there! The sword is already there – go play smart. Also, from professional point of view it makes best sense to mention that your personal content are not endorsed by organizational, or vice-versa.

  • http://twitter.com/sharithurow sharithurow

    More proof that social media as a signal is not necessarily the best “signal” to search engines. Popularity (or lack thereof) does not mean that the information presented is valid and/or factual. 

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    The rate of conversion and the number of conversions of the visitors can not be monitored through social media. apart from that everything ok about marketing through social media. after all we can not ignore the population on social media.

  • rquappe

    I agree, but depends of how wild or relaxed are our mums and what kind of language we use with our kids in a daily basis.
    Also, it isn’t just what we say online. It is how we say it what finally matters.