GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. - Social networking is a great way to connect and interact with people in your life.
Status posts can include pictures, videos, or just a statement of what's up.
But how much is too much when it comes to sharing information on sites like Facebook?
Heather LeMarre, media expert from the University of Minnesota, chatted with Kim Insley on KARE 11 Sunrise about the do's and don'ts for online etiquette.
- Limit your time! Set aside small blocks of time to check in on social media so that it doesn't interfere with work.
- Think before you Tweet! Give yourself time to organize your thoughts before you send a tweet.
- Keep important information private! Don't share personal details about yourself, your employer, or your loved ones online.
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