Avoiding Facebook is like avoiding the plague these days. If your friends have it, you’re eventually going to get it too. The more interesting thing is, if you’re just now succumbing to Facebook, you’ve only been hurting your own social life.
Social networking sites are what you make them. Whether you take an “accept all friend requests” approach or choose to only communicate with a handful of close personal friends, sites like Facebook are a communication tool. They allow you to catch up with old acquaintances, keep in touch with current ones and so much more. As well, you can keep up-to-date with various local events that you would not have found out about otherwise.
In order to maintain “Baller” status, it’s important to keep up an active lifestyle or at the very least, the portrayal of one. Facebook is a great way to help you network and allow others to see everything you have your hands in. Keep your image up by adhering to these 13 no-no’s of social networking.
1. Written Rules
Yes, Facebook, Myspace and all of the other social networking sites have rules. Follow them. Things such as fake