This is an archived blog from when I ran Conscious Public Relations Inc. from 2008-2018. Excuse the potential outdated-ness!

Keeping multi-network connectivity in check

I’ve observed this twice on the Interwebs now, so it deserves its own blog post.

Scenario 1:

I worked for an event client and was involved in an interview to promote it. It was held at a hotel kitchen, so it was a lot of fun and I started Instagramming about it, and tagged the event multiple times.

One of the staff people thanked me on Twitter for mentioning her so many times… even though I wasn’t talking to her, I was tagging the event. That alerted her to the fact that her personal Twitter account was linked to the event’s Instagram.

Scenario 2:

Last week, my Mastermind group met at a new place. Naturally, I Instagrammed my lunch and tagged the cafe to let them know I was enjoying it.

Then, I had this convo on Twitter from someone whose personal Twitter account was linked to the cafe’s account on Instagram.

The person thought that I tweeted them by mistake, but I had pushed my gram to Twitter, and so naturally it tagged the Twitter account associated with the Instagram account.

While connecting your various accounts to each other can be useful for multiple posts across networks, definitely check the settings when you start a new account to ensure that they are correct – or else you may have a case of business posts getting pushed to personal accounts, as was the situation in both cases above.

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