Christopher Gorham says some people should avoid social networks. [Video]
Boston-- USA Network's "Covert Affairs" star Christopher Gorham says his fans and followers are typically not interested in hearing him complain. So he tries to keep his communications upbeat or humorous.
"Everyone has their own problems. And no one is interested in my problems," he said in an interview after speaking at Hill Holliday's TVNext summit.
Gorham said some people should not participate in social networks. In particular, he singled out people who half-heartedly participate and those who don't know what topics should be off-limits. "It's really not for everybody. But if it's something you can embrace and enjoy and are good at, it can be very valuable," he said during a question-and-answer session with Hill Holliday's Co-Media Director Adam Cahill.
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