Avoiding Sharing Personal Posts with your Professional Network
Making friends through business networking is great, but not all business connections are personal friends.
You might not want all of your family gatherings to be broadcast to your entire personal and professional network, so it's important to establish healthy boundaries on social media.
On your days off, how do you separate your social interactions with your business network building? There is lots of similarities, but it's important when you're having time off that you have personal time, even online!
You could set up a separate Facebook profile, but if you do you'll be violating Facebook terms & conditions, and potentially risk losing all your valuable business contacts that you've spent time effort and energy building.
Here's a simple way to separate work friends from family, and it takes just a few seconds.
Watch this video to see how to add business contacts onto lists in Facebook
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This Business Blog was written by Claire Boyles, Business & Marketing Coach
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Claire specialises as a business & marketing coach working with employees who are transitioning from employee to entrepreneur, and business owners who want to grow to the next stage.
She helps business owners create effective, profitable business & marketing strategies so that they earn a living doing what they love.