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This is both a how-to post and a cautionary tale. One of clients recently fired an employee who had access to both the company website and social media accounts. My
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Yes, this post is work safe. Getting more followers is a common goal on Twitter. But having lots of followers who don’t engage with you doesn’t do much good. So