You wouldn’t think it, but you can do a lot of damage in 140 characters or less.

There are some people who know this too well – the offenders who have committed social media bloopers that were so damaging that their stories live on the Internet to this day. While it’s a little fun to look at the misfortunes


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Written by tcamba
648 days ago

Wow that last one went downhill a little bit fast.



Written by Sian Phillips
649 days ago

Great examples of what not to do. I also often see business people have a rant - sober or drunk - which isn't a nice example for their business. Whenever I feel like a rant I actually type it out and then delete. I then feel like I've got it off my chest at least. Thanks for sharing on Bizsugar,com



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