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Social Media Savvy

Tuesday, December 04, 2012
Posted by Molly Nelson - It's easy to take a wrong turn or put your foot in your mouth (digitally, anyway) when using social media. Here are some tips and things to avoid as you post, tweet, and like away!



Also check out an article from our SelfInformed e-newsletter: Social Media Savvy For Freelancers.


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  1. 1 dervice 29 Jul
    I have read some interesting and informative articles on social media savvy.

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Katie Vlietstra - As Vice President for Government Relations and Public Affairs, I work to explain how actions on Capitol Hill can impact the self-employed. I love D.C. and have made my home in Capitol Hill, where I live with my husband and black Labrador, Coltrane. We love playing volleyball and softball on the National Mall. 

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