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2013's Most Cringeworthy Business Social Media #Fails

Embargoed to 0001 Monday August 26.File photo dated 27/12/10 of the logo of social networking website Twitter as one in three young adults (34\%) would delete all images of their partner on social media sites such as Facebook or Twitter if their relationship broke down, new research has found.
Embargoed to 0001 Monday August 26.File photo dated 27/12/10 of the logo of social networking website Twitter as one in three young adults (34\%) would delete all images of their partner on social media sites such as Facebook or Twitter if their relationship broke down, new research has found.
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2013 has been a busy year for business, especially those getting to grips with social media.

Many social media missteps go viral online and get reported before the delete button can be pressed.

HuffPostUK has whittled down the most cringeworthy blunders to the best 12 of the year, with George Osborne and David Cameron included to show even the guys running the country can muck up on Twitter.