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Wednesday, 07 September 2011 14:02

When it comes to Facebook, do not mix business and pleasure Featured

Written by  Lisette Hilton
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Expert marketing advice: Facebook allows you to separate your personal and professional identities, according to Kevin Pho, M.D., a Nashua, N.H., internist and founder and editor of http://KevinMD.com/. "I always advise doctors to take a dual-citizenship approach: having personal pages closed and only available to friends and family, then having more professional Facebook pages open to the public, so your patients can see," Dr. Pho said during a recent interview for Dermatology Times magazine. He makes a good point. We should separate business and pleasure by having separate pages on Facebook. It's not necessarily that you might post or write about something inappropriate, but your friends could very well post things that are not for prime time.
Last modified on Wednesday, 07 September 2011 14:04
Lisette Hilton

Lisette Hilton

This blog is a forum for discussion about several types of writing, including reporting, content writing, marketing copy or blogging. My aim is to offer readers ideas, insight and provoke thinking about issues and trends as they pertain to one of these writing categories. I’m Lisette Hilton, president of Words Come Alive. I’ve been a writer and reporter for more than 20 years. I’ll share some of what I’ve learned from communication experts and as a reporter. I also hope to learn from you. So, be sure to chime in.

Website: wordscomealive.com

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