Are you hooked on Facebook and Twitter? Internet Abuse Disorder is being taken seriously and may be even worse for people in online marketing.

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Written by copyjuice
894 days ago

Sending those social media email notifications to a different folder away from your inbox is a GREAT idea, Sian. Wish I'd thought of it!

For me, the worst is going home and still checking those work accounts habitually. Another one that gets me is checking search engine rankings. (Almost always the same as the last time I checked)

Thanks for the tip and for stopping by!



Written by Sian Phillips
894 days ago

I know exactly what you are saying. And unfortunately it is part of my job so can't be avoided. I'm online all day for my work but have compartmentalised my Facebook/Twitter emails so they don't fall in with my other accounts and I can check when I choose. And judging from this post I may check even less. Thanks for sharing on Bizsugar.com



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