Why Impersonate Someone Instead of Creating Your Own Style in Social Media


Note: This article first appeared at ReloNavigator’s Newsletter dated July 31, 2015.

By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist

Impersonation within social media is becoming a common practice. Make sure that someone who will be connecting with you is not impersonating someone’s background and identify.  It will be worth monitoring who is using your brand, icons, site background and identity. And when you find someone, do your part in reporting to the official holder of the name, like for example @ReloNavigator

On the image below, it identifies ReloNavigator’s Twitter trade identifications @UserNames.  We do not use any other names on #Twitter #relonavigator #ideasncoversations #IBBAs #internationalbusinesses #internationalresources

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For social media conversations tweet us: @ReloNavigator @IntlBusinesses @IdeasN or @JNTCArticles; or click on the link to learn more about our ReloNavigator’s professional services; and for additional information please call +1 (360) 312-4300 or send your inquiries via email to: info@relonavigator.com

You can locate us by using our hashtags: #internationalbusinesses #IBBAs #internationalresources #networking #relonavigator #IdeasNConversations #expatriates. ©ReloNavigator. All Rights Reserved.

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