Apr 20, 2012

The Biggest Danger Of Personal Branding With Social Media | Personal Branding Blog – Dan Schawbel
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Conclusion

All the major social media networks have a similar policy where you retain ownership over what you post while allowing them to do pretty much whatever they like with your content, and not even pay you a cent if they decide to do something with it.

Before you regret being scooped by your own social media profile, concentrate your online personal branding around a web property that you fully own and to which you retain all the exclusive rights- namely, your personal website.

Get your own domain name and build your personal branding hub, while limiting your social media usage to connecting with people you would like to attract to your hub.

 

Curators notes – Good advice. You should at a minimum understand the rules of the road. This is why I suggest that you have a content hub. Your own personal site, that you completely control as the author states, but I will take it one step further. You should also add additional sources and platforms from which you can share your curated content from. Such as Scoop.it  What it does is create more roads or technological paths to your hub.
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