by Adrian Amos
Facebook. Seems like you can’t turn around without someone telling you why you should be using the social networking giant to prospect and work your sphere of influence. After all, it is a great tool for connecting with friends, colleagues and clients. It’s also easy to get comfortable on Facebook – sometimes maybe too comfortable.
Facebook allows you some control on your privacy settings, but you have to always remember that what you’re sharing with your Facebook friends is living on the Internet. Consumer Reports recently published “7 Things to Stop Doing Now on Facebook” to help you protect yourself from online hackers and real-world crooks.