1. You’d rather work on a viral campaign for a client than secure a segment on “The Today Show.”
2. You get more upset when your favorite blog—not your client’s—isn’t mentioned in a rankings list.
3. Anytime someone mentions the words “social media” in a brainstorm, your name is the first to come up.
4. Co-workers constantly ask how you have so much time to tweet.
5. You first reach out to your followers before speaking with personal friends when you need advice.
6. You’ve created a Foursquare check-in for your office desk or cube.
7. Everyone assumes you are a social media expert because you are active on social media networks.
8. You check for new messages on your Twitter and Facebook accounts more often than you check your e-mail or text messages.
9. You hate the fact that someone else is the Foursquare mayor of your company.
10. People call you by your Twitter handle instead of your real name.
Andrew Worob is a public relations professional with 10 years of PR and media experience. He blogs at PR at Sunrise.