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February 13, 2013

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Miriam Robeson

I struggle with this one. My clients may or may not have Twitter, but I seriously doubt if they will be looking for me there. It's enough of a time commitment to keep up my blogs (yes, there is more than one) - I would never get any work done if I fully participated in only the most prevalent social media options. While apparently outdated, my communication of choice is email for professional purposes. I prefer to keep the other media options (including Facebook and Twitter) purely social. With Google+, LinkedIn, MySpace (is that still around?), Facebook and Twitter (and so on...) -- how many different platforms do we need?

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