Tim Berry writes that after speaking to an MBA class, he realized that younger entrepreneurs often have a hard time separating their business life from their social life on Twitter, Facebook and other websites. His advice: “[Y]our social media presence is public. It’s publishing. Never clutter it up with personal trivia, much less drinking parties, embarrassing pictures, inappropriate comments, or anything your adult self might not be proud of.”
My personal view is the following: I am using LinkedIn, Twitter and my blog for my professional life. Facebook is a mix between my personal and professional life.
I created 2 business pages for my wife. There are still work in progress but you can visit at: