Diversify Your Social Networking EffortsWritten By: Stephen Scott
|It is tempting to try and concentrate all of your social networking efforts on one site like Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter. Since you do not own the right maintain any of those profiles, pages or posts, be mindful that you need to build ALL of your social networking profiles up, not just your favorites.
Each of the three big social networking services maintains the right to shut your profile, page or group down at their own discretion and you have no recourse other than to call or email support and ask to be re-instated.
Accounts that are shut down are sometimes re-instated and sometimes not, but if you have spent all of your time building up a Facebook profile and lose that, you have to start at square one.
So what can get you banned from social networks?
Overall it is just best to follow the rules of the road for each site, actually read the terms of service for each so that you do not run afoul of one of them, AND do not put all your social networking eggs in one basket.
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