I'm not a huge fan of social media, but it's nessessary to use it to communicate with people inside my businesses industry.
With that in mind, I opened up a Twitter account which will be run from a personal perspective - Tweeting about all sorts of things that are relevant to my industry ( music . fashion . tattoo culture . cars/motorbikes . horror . modelling . + ).
So lets call it
I'm looking at my industry participants and the type of things I have to follow, and it's very apparent that a lot of them post things that you would class as Not Safe For Work (NSFW):
- Tattooists who've done more erotic art, or piercings in certain body areas
- Models who cross the line of glamour, fetish, erotic, or 18+
- Horror producers who do content that is 18+ in nature ( Violence / Gore / Nude Acresses / Sexual Scenes )
So my best bet here is to produce a NSFW version of my account (
@My_NSFW_Diary), where I can retweet anything that's not suitable for a PG audience.
But, there's a difference in what you call NSFW in this case.
Graphic Horror and Erotic Tattoo Art is NSFW, but it's not the same as 18+ model content. The same as Fetish modelling is classed as being mature content, but again it's not the same as being Erotic/18+.
So is it really logical to have just 2 accounts? Should there be 3:
@My_Diary - Anything for audiences of all ages
@My_Diary_NSFW - Horror / Violence / Gore / Language / Fetish / Erotic Art
@My_Diary_NSFW_2 - Nude Models / 18+
A workable sollution at first glance, but in reality you're really following all accounts multiple times - Models who do Regular/Glamour
Also, consider that I may want to break my business apart slightly and focus on both SFW and NSFW in different ways. So having:
@My_Diary - All content mentioned above
NSFW_Diary - Focusing solely on the different aspects of Fetish/18+ Models and erotic content - Of which there is a clear direct link to from my main business
Any ideas or advice?