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6 Part Series on Social Media; Starting With Twitter #1

Published on 6/2/2014
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Today on my blog I started the first of a 6 part series I will be doing concerning cross posting of different social media sites.  Do you know how many of your social sites post to each other and sometimes you end up with double posts in different places?

I didn't either until I started doing some research on the subject.  Every now and then I would see two posts back to back on my Facebook news feed but I didn't really think about it. I would delete one and go on.

Last night while deciding on what my blog post was going to be about this week, I decided to make a Social Media Map to share with my readers, just to see how many social media sites I have given permission to post on my behalf and where the posts go.  The first series starts #1 with Twitter and I did not realize how many sites I have allowed access to my Twitter account. 

>>> Hey, I bet you don't know how many you have given permission to access your site either.  When you go to Twitter and I'm sure you will, go to settings and then on the left side click on "apps" and you will see a list of who has access to your Twitter account. 

On top of multiple posts, it's no wonder hackers can find their way into our accounts; we make it too easy for them. We all need to be a little more choosy in what we are doing online.  

I invite you to follow along with my 6 part series on Cross Posting in Social Media Sites. Next week, I will rummage through my Facebook account and see what kind of damage I have created in there. 

>>>>> If you have found this helpful to you, I would appreciate if you would like, comment and share with your friends and associates. 

Have a wonderful week.


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