How to protect your reputation in China

In China, many people are worried about how they are perceived, especially among those who have recently been promoted in the country’s booming tech sector.

In an effort to combat this, some Chinese companies are investing heavily in social media platforms to better understand the opinions of their users.

Here’s how to protect yourself from fake accounts and fake news.

1.

Keep your social media accounts clean.

“It is very important to keep your social networks clean,” said Li, who is also the president of China’s first social media company, Sina.

“The more people you know, the more accurate your posts and the more likely you are to get correct information from them.”

This may seem like common sense, but many of the social media sites that I visited in China were filled with fake accounts.

While this may seem obvious, I found it difficult to keep up with the content I was seeing.

This may sound obvious, but I found this to be a major problem when it comes to dealing with Chinese users.

For example, if someone sent me a link to an article about how to avoid falling for a scam, I would quickly delete the post and delete the person’s identity.

The same goes for other fake news that I was finding.

“When people post content on these platforms, it is very easy for someone to get an idea of what the person is thinking and how they feel,” Li said.

“I think the main reason for this is that social media is a new way to communicate and connect people, so they are often not used by many people.”

This means that you should be very careful when using these platforms and make sure that you’re following the rules of the platform.

For instance, Li said that people should only post content that they know is true.

“People should only write about things that they feel are true, because it can be a fake source,” he said.

2.

Follow the rules.

The most important thing to do when it come to dealing on social media, Li added, is to follow the rules set by the platform itself.

“If you want to get verified, you need to have a profile, you must follow rules,” he explained.

“So, if you post something, that’s what you have to do.

There is nothing wrong with it, it’s just important to follow these rules.”

Li said there is no “one-size-fits-all” solution for what to post on social platforms, but that the following rules of online behavior should be followed.

For starters, he said, you should not use social media for any commercial purposes.

“Be careful to be respectful of others and do not get into fights,” he added.

“You should not post a lot of spam.

You should only publish news and information that is true.”

If you want a little more insight into what makes a good Chinese social media user, check out the following list of rules.

3.

Limit your number of friends.

When you are creating a profile on a Chinese social network, you will be able to set a limit for the number of people you can interact with on a daily basis.

This is the “friend limit,” which is set at one person per post.

If you set a “friendlimit” that is too high, people will start to comment and ask for more information about you.

“This will get them confused with your real identity, and they will not trust you,” Li explained.

You also want to limit the number that you invite to your friends list, and only invite people who are verified.

This will help you maintain a “fair” relationship with your social network.

“Your social network will have a better understanding of who you are and what you are like,” he continued.

“That way, it will be more honest with you.”

4.

Avoid posting fake news articles.

“Fake news is bad news,” said Zhang, who worked in China for three years as an online marketing executive.

“They create stories based on nothing.

They will write about anything, no matter how crazy it is, no one will care.”

Li explained that fake news is especially prevalent in social networks that are populated by young people.

“There are so many of them, it would be very hard to keep track of all of them,” he noted.

“Many people who post fake news will do it for no other reason than to get followers.”

5.

Be careful of fake news on Facebook.

Facebook’s guidelines are very clear.

“Facebook’s rules do not require you to post content, but it is important to check your content regularly,” Li added.

You can check out these rules here.

6.

Don’t share links that are shared from your own account.

You will find links on social networks often that you have posted on your own accounts.

You may not realize that these links are also being shared from other accounts.

“Most of the time, it looks like you are sharing a link, but in fact, you are actually sharing something from another account,” said Liang. “Therefore