How To Spot A Suspicious Facebook Profile?

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How To Spot A Suspicious Facebook Profile?

When the profile pic is male, and the most recent post reads:

“(name) updated her cover photo”

 Kurt Tasche
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Look at your Facebook profile from the point of view of…

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Look at your Facebook profile from the point of view of another person, and be honest… Is it a profile, or a billboard? Can people really get to know you, or is it just one continuous ad for your opportunity?

 Kurt Tasche
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If your profile image is any of the following….

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If your profile image is any of the following….

1) a bottle of vitamins
2) a box of tea
3) any other inanimate object
4) or anything else but a pic of you
…don’t bother sending any friend requests.

I can’t connect with a box of tea!

 Kurt Tasche
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If you use a stock photo as your profile pic, don't…

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If you use a stock photo as your profile pic, don’t expect me to accept your friend request. When you use a stock photo, logo, etc, it means you’re hiding something.

And trust me, there are ways to find out if you are using a stock photo, and not a real pic (not hard to do, really).

When you are using a fake pic, you are projecting the idea that you can’t be trusted.

 Kurt Tasche
 Posted on Facebook
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 Indexed in Google

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