Umm . . . NO!
If you want to be a professional you have to act like one. Adding social media into your work environment needs to be done very carefully.
Think of it this way: Would you invite your boss to the party you attended last weekend? From what I see posted on Facebook, I think many of you would answer, “No.” Your boss and your colleges don’t need to see you drinking, hanging out with friends, or even mundane stuff like you holding your new niece. What your boss does need to see is your professionalism. Keep your social/non-professional social media separate from any work or business related sites.
Social media has its place in both environments. Just don’t combine work with pleasure! There are “social” communities to keep in touch with your business associates in a business-like atmosphere. It’s a great way to keep in contact with associates who could provide you with much needed work-related information. It can even help you to obtain a new job.
You don’t have to abandon your favorite social media site. It’s fun and even has its place as long as the personal is not a part of your business contacts.