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No worries Gallo. Glad you found it useful :)
Oh really, which rule were you breaking previously? Ha! I think the Chheeesseee rule is the one that's hardest to avoid.. but I think it's probably the one which is the most acceptable :)
Thanks for the comment Adella. I've not actually seen an exterme close-up like the one you've mentioned on LinkedIn yet - but I definitely agree that it adds a certain air of mystery - and not in a good way! :)
Ha! I'm not sure what my next step is... interestingly, since I wrote this, I've had a couple of good requests come through so fingers crossed it stays this way :)
Thanks for the kind words Heaven - really appreciate it :)
Glad you enjoyed the post... I agree that one was shocking too. To be honest, when I was researching this post, I couldn't believe how many companies had made mistakes like this... surely all it takes is two minutes to do some research to find out the context of the hashtag before you use it :S