Marketing on social media networks is the buzz at the moment, but no one likes to get spammed, and no one likes spammers.

This post is part of a series of how to use Twitter and other services without appearing to be a spammer, and without being spammed yourself!

Social communities are about communication, and there is a market there to reach, but we need to be careful!

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Written by stillwagon428
1883 days ago

I couldn't agree more! I think everyone should have the opportunity to verify their account. It would greatly improve user confidence.



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