This type of “blurring” is not a very popular term but it is one that many businesses are seeking to embrace. With social networks blurring the line between business and personal, businesses may begin to view their customers and clients more as their personal friends rather than as mere customers.
Social media and the web have blurred the line between business and personal life so much that it is actually difficult to tell the difference. The fact is that we now spend a lot of time on the internet and in social media, and people are more than willing to share personal information that is not relevant to their own business to get attention.
Yes, the internet has blurred my line between business and personal life. The internet is my best friend, and I love it.
The first time I started working for a small business was because of the social networking site Meetup and the Facebook page I created in my spare time. This was before I had my own Facebook page. I didn’t know what to expect in terms of people’s reactions or responses.
We are bombarded by advertisements and social media. It’s a constant barrage. But what is different between business, personal, and social life? In a word, Facebook.
I think this is because when you interact with others, you are also interacting with yourself. When we are socializing, what we are sharing with our friends and family becomes our life and what we are sharing with our friends and family becomes our business.
The point I am making is that we are all constantly plugged into social networks and other people’s lives. Some of these networks are of great benefit. Some are not. I am on Facebook, but I don’t have a Facebook account. I am on Twitter, but I don’t have a Twitter account. I am on Instagram, but I don’t have an Instagram account.
Social media are a great way to connect with your friends and family. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and LinkedIn are all good websites for sharing your thoughts and life. And even if you don’t feel like writing or sharing, you can always find a way to connect with your peers and share your own personal life. Just be aware that social media can also be a great way to get your message out.
I’m not talking about the two are completely separate, but close to. For many people, their personal lives are very compartmentalized. As a result, they put a lot of energy into their business lives. They work hard to make it to the next level and then spend hours poring over their financial/accounting/human resources paperwork.
Social media has made it easier for people to communicate and connect with each other. I think this is a good thing, and I know that for many people, it can be overwhelming to figure out what to do from one social media platform to another.