Social media and stalking; are you doing it wrong?

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Lauren K. McKellar

It’s come to my attention that there’s a lot of buzz about the correct and incorrect ways to use social media when promoting yourself as an author or blogger. There’s a fine line between effective social media use and, well, just plain stalking. For those of you who worry you may be falling into the latter category, here’s my all-important, 100 percent certified* checklist for you to make sure you’re on the path of the straight and narrow:

Strong social media use: Following people on twitter such as authors or industry professionals.

Stalker: Following those people home.

Strong social media use: Sending a note to an author or industry professional once you’ve added them, just to say hi.

Stalker: Writing the hello letter in blood. The blood of their dead cat.

Strong social media use: Sharing the statuses and updates of these people IF you find them relevant and informative.

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About Cassie Boss

Cassie Boss is a freelance writer with a passion for both reading and writing. When she isn’t hidden away enjoying a good book, she specializes in writing about celebrities and the entertainment world. In addition to writing for The Inquisitr, her work has also been featured on The Richest. When she isn’t working, Cassie enjoys not only a good book, but also working on her own fiction writing, watching too much television and snuggling with her puppies. View all posts by Cassie Boss

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