Great tips in the post. It takes a great deal of analyzing your social media traffic reports to gain insight to what engages your fans more. People want to be entertained, given useful or interesting information, and even shocked!
Telegraph.co.uk Social networking increases burglary risk Telegraph.co.uk Some are more cautious when heading abroad, however. Six in ten said they ask a neighbour to check on their home.
Laura Tate's insight:
Good advice--but how do the thieves know if you're posting your photos from home after your trip, or while away? In any event, probably best not to give out details of your trips away from home--or you home phone, address, date of birth etc. The more info you limit online, the harder it is for people to take advantage...
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