Your social media status

Tassava, Brenda
August 2011
Firstline;Aug2011, Vol. 7 Issue 8, p10
The article reports on the most common social media mistakes committed by veterinary professionals. Brenda Tassave, author of "Social Media for Veterinary Professionals," says among those mistakes is allowing friends to access one's Facebook veterinary practice page for one's practice rather than keeping it a business page. Others include believing social media will take up all of one's time and using capital letters in one's posts, which gives the impression of yelling.


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