It's easy to turn off your followers if you engage in heinous acts such as chronic oversharing, rushing to embrace every new social network that's launched or posting misleading links, writes Philip Cohen. "These ... social media sins can cost you fans, friends, followers, and subscribers. Be more aware of what you post and how it might affect others," Cohen writes.
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