10 social networking gaffes to avoid

01/3/2012 | InformationWeek

Complaining that you're bored at work, revealing confidential company information and using poor grammar and punctuation are no-nos when posting on social networks, Debra Donston-Miller writes. "Social networks are a veritable minefield for professionals these days. Saying the right thing on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and other social platforms requires thought and finesse," she writes.

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