Directly after posting comments like this, she will post before and after pictures of current clients, ask for likes and shares for her page and the promotions she is offering and invite more people to come and see how wonderful she is.
I personally do not care about the private life of my service providers. I don’t judge and as long as it does not have a negative effect on the work they are doing for me, I don’t believe it is any of my business. However, I can absolutely say that if I knew you were potentially going to talk badly about me to the public, you would not be seeing me again for another appointment.
Here is my point:
1.) If you have a Facebook profile and you use it both for personal and business, okay. But remember, you are always on stage and you MUST conduct your posting as if everyone is judging you. Two clients laughing and five clients offended means you are out of business.
2.) If you cannot control your emotional writing, get a separate page and promptly remove all of your clients from the page you vent on. They do not need to see your negative attitude. EVER. It is okay to have one, we all do occasionally, but they are not welcome to see it.
3.) DON’T TALK SMACK ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS ON SOCIAL MEDIA!
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