Should you include contact details in a social network post?

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What do you think about the idea of including contact details such as email address; Skype username; AIM/messenger or phone number in a post on sites like LinkedIn; Google+ or Twitter? I don't know if this would work on Twitter considering the character limitation. Maybe this is something that would benefit others who don't bother clicking through to be able to contact you about something you talked about on the post, even if they never visited your link.
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  • Profile picture of the author Samuel Adams
    I would trust a Google+ or Facebook post that includes a mobile number as it means I can just contact that person on a whim for more info rather than clicking through on some anonymous link.

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  • Profile picture of the author bnsuccessful
    with me i rather private message my contact info instead of posting it in newsfeed.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnnyPlan
    You might think about creating a Gmail account that is just for use in these type of posts, rather than including your primary business or personal email address. Another idea would be to use an email address directly from your host company that was created for a specific event, such as posting on Google+ to get people to your hangout. Many times, you email will get scraped off the internet by bots and you'll just end up with lots of spam to deal with.
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