Make no mistake your internet presence is an extension of you

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When social networks are used in the way creators intended they are amazing. On the other hand, every time somebody uses social media to harm others taints it’s reputation.

I wish that I could say that social media abuse was rare but I cannot. People familiar with the most popular social networks like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube know that there are legitimate concerns.

Bad behavior is not confined to folks not claiming any kind of religion. All in all, people from all walks of life, including Christians get caught posting words, thoughts, intentions and threats that shame the devil.

Make no mistake, “your internet presence is an extension of you!”

If you don’t believe that people can formulate a pretty accurate description of what kind of heart you have by the words that you post on social networks, think again.

It’s difficult to type kind words if you are not kind? The thing is, many mean-spirited people don’t think that they are cruel. Even worse, some don’t care.

Spreading love, encouragement, guidance, advice and tips on social networks is not only genius, it’s godly. Can anybody do it? Unfortunately, the answer to that question is no!

You know if a person has no mouth- filter in person, they certainly have none on social media, even people who can’t spell!

The purpose of this post is to ask you to take a few minutes out of your busy day to check out your social network tone and quality of post made since starting any one of the most popular social networks.

Once you do that, answer this question. Do I like my social network persona?

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