Assume an ideal situation: Essentially the same content or link is cross-posted to Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Tumblr, etc., but it’s (a) relevant to each audience and (b) adjusted to fit best within each network. No #hashtags or @usernames in the Facebook post, no fb.me links in the Twitter post, link previews in Google+ or Facebook, etc.
Update: Some discussion over at Speed Force.
I always feel somewhat embarrassed when I find a typo in one of my old blog posts, and try to fix it. I’m a little less concerned with forum posts, since they tend to be more ephemeral anyway, and I should probably treat Twitter updates and Facebook status the same way, but I’ve made my share of “Oops, I meant to say ____” posts.
How about you? If you stumble on one of your own online posts and find a typo, what do you do about it?
The poll is open through June 8. And yes, I know there’s a typo in the question. I didn’t notice until after several votes had been cast, which meant that Twtpoll won’t let me fix it. 🙁