Presidential Elections Test Facebook Friends

CNN blogger Chelsea Carter goes into the issues of stating political positions on social media networks at CNN.com Tech section www.cnn.com/2012/10/11/tech/social-media/facebook-politics-friends/index.html. Not saying by any means that it’s wrong for someone to do that, but with the extreme amount of social media use it can get repetitive. Having to hear the same things over and over again about simply taking one side or another isn’t always the most popular of topics. The post goes into how friends can be torn apart through the opinions and ideas spread on outlets like Twitter and Facebook. Think about what you say before you say it since you never know who might be offended. Give your opinion but in a graceful and dignified way. Applying this to my own social media campaign I should make sure to not unknowingly spat out aggressive opinions without first thinking who may be offended. Although I can’t know what everyone is thinking it’s good to at least try and be aware of what one says.

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