I spend a lot of my time online and networking, whether it is on the laptop or my iPhone. My job is working is bloggers, businesses, and freelance writing, so all of my work has to do with the beautiful world wide web. Most of the time, I’m also constantly promoting people on Facebook and Twitter. My husband owns a moving company. While he does some Internet Marketing (he should be doing more) he spends most of his time working, rather than being on the computer. He doesn’t even own his own computer (gasp!!) In the past couple of months though, he has just started taking up Facebook.
This has been both good and bad. On my personal Facebook, I use it to update family and friends on my kids and stay in touch with extended family. A lot of close blogging friends and contacts also stay in contact with me on my personal Facebook, versus just calling them on the phone. What my husband doesn’t understand is pretty much the need for having certain people on my Facebook.
Likewise, I feel like my husband just adds anyone he can on Facebook, people he doesn’t even know, and then shares pictures of our kids on his Facebook. We’ve even had arguments over Facebook, isn’t that silly 🙂
We’ve been able to talk through most of our problems, but that had me thinking about what other couples do with online networking tools.
My question is, how do you deal with Facebook or Twitter and Your Significant Other? Do you share passwords, only add people who are mutual friends? How about jealousy, do you ever experience jealousy with the time your significant other spends and people who comment on their profile?