How To Not Suck At Facebook

More so than any other social media platform, Facebook gives us the unique opportunity to be professionally personal. Make the most of that opportunity by behaving as if you have no privacy.

This video does not have a lot of views (yet), but I think it is hilarious with excellent advice.

I’ll let the video speak for itself. Watch it!


Bret Simmons is an Assistant Professor of Management in the College of Business at the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR), where he teaches courses in organizational behavior, leadership, and personal branding to both undergraduate and MBA students. He has a Ph.D. in Business Administration from Oklahoma State University. Bret practices personal branding at his website Positive Organizational Behaviorwhere he blogs about leadership, followership, and personal branding.

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2 Responses to “How To Not Suck At Facebook”

  1. Wow. I laughed really hard at this, especially the Farmville part. I am convinced that Farmville destroys relationships between people who have too much free time and the rest of us.

  2. [...] found a hilarious video entitled “How To Not Suck At Facebook” recently and made it the highlight of my most recent post at The Student Branding Blog. The [...]

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