Post too Much!

July 10, 2009
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Ever worry about posting too much on your Twitter account or Facebook status? While these social networking tools are great ways to keep in touch there is a downside to them as well, a recent MSN Travel article details how one man’s out of town/ vacation status may had led to a burglary.

Israel Hyman of Arizona owns an online video business, he uses Twitter to connect and generate buzz and has earned over 2K followers… he now believes that his Twitter updates tipped the burglars off when he updated his account with his vacation status. According to the article, only very specific video editing equipment was taken from his home.

Don’t fit the same fate, keep the social networking sites dedicated to your business business-focused; keep close tabs on contacts that you allow in your personal social networking sites and when in doubt, post after the fact!


Ever worry about posting too much on your Twitter account or Facebook status? While these social networking tools are great ways to keep in touch there is a downside to them as well, a recent MSN Travel article details how one man’s out of town/ vacation status may had led to a burglary.

Israel Hyman of Arizona owns an online video business, he uses Twitter to connect and generate buzz and has earned over 2K followers… he now believes that his Twitter updates tipped the burglars off when he updated his account with his vacation status. According to the article, only very specific video editing equipment was taken from his home.

Don’t fit the same fate, keep the social networking sites dedicated to your business business-focused; keep close tabs on contacts that you allow in your personal social networking sites and when in doubt, post after the fact!

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