Don't be a social media psycho

  • Article by: SCOTT KLEINBERG , Chicago Tribune
  • Updated: October 1, 2012 - 11:05 AM

Even if you don't use social media, you should have a social-media footprint -- even if it's a tiny one. Here's why -- and how to do it.

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erikj3Sep. 27, 12 8:50 PM

So in essence you have to have a social media presence to manage your online brand to enhance your career. Ugh. This is why I hate the Internet sometimes.

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parksoy125Sep. 28, 1212:07 PM

Let me guess, Scott Kleinberg is between the ages of 20 and 35. But most likely in his mid to late 20's. Only someone that age would honestly say someone is for sure at the very least odd without any facebook/social networking profile and possibly a pyscopath. When most of the world believes those thoughts or has that thinking and considers themselves "sane" than by all means I would shout from the mountaintop that I'm insane for not have any social networking profile. Every day more and more people, culture, pop culture this, pop culture that gets more and more selfesh, narcassistic and their entire lives involved in issues that involve only themselves, their jobs, their clothers, their thoughts.........less and less about others, what are others thoughts, others concerns, others problems. Reading about them doesn't mean you are concerned about them. Seriously, dumb article. Yes, dumb and ignorant. More proof this is just false is the fact that it is an article. The subject needs to have opinion piece written about it? Seems odd. An agenda of this person either working for a social networking site seems more acute.

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