I love Facebook, you love Facebook, we all love Facebook. So letâ€™s all jump for joyâ€¦or not.
â€œI am, I said:â€ Be smart â€“ think about what type of Facebook user you are and your own personal brand.
Yes, believe it or not, you have a personal brand. It is how you look, what people think about you, why they think the things they think etc.,
You have two choices:-
1. You could choose not to care and deal with whatever consequences befall.
2. You could be a self-socially-aware social media user.
Just because you are a public relations professional, advertising executive or money-making model, doesnâ€™t mean your Facebook needs to be public.
Private Facebook users, like myself, for my personal page, have strict privacy settings on their pages and only â€œconnectâ€ with people (friends, family etc.) they know.
Public Facebook users, like myself, for the Little Pink Bookâ€™s page, have open settings on their pages and â€œconnectâ€ with everyone.
Take it from someone who has been on Facebook for what seems like eons (probably because it has been five  years since I joined back in 2004 [is it to early for a Milennial to feel old?]) â€“ know how far you are willing to set your parameters.
Iâ€™ve seen Facebook go from a selected number of universities having access to Facebook (only available via a specific â€œ@[xyz].eduâ€ email addresses,) to the welcoming of high school students, to the initiation of the entire world.
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