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yeah It certainly makes a difference how you use them. I have been on Facebook since its inception back in ’04 and have been able to keep in touch with old friends that way, but i have also sold items in the marketplace, bought things in the marketplace, and had auditions through the video function. So I have used FB for both personal and professional means, and I can tell you that the premise is there, you just have to know how to make it work for you.

As for Twitter, I have an account, but I only use it to post company-related info (none of that, “I just ate a taco and now I have to poop.” kind of stuff.), and it works well for me because I can put the window up on my webpage so that visitors can see what is going on with me/the company even if they don’t have time to read the latest blog post.

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