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  • Some people look at Social Media as another form of old guard media, such as newspapers or adverising
  • Some people look at Social Media as another form of old guard media, such as newspapers or adverising
  • Some people look at Social Media as another form of old guard media, such as newspapers or adverising
  • Some people look at Social Media as another form of old guard media, such as newspapers or adverising
  • People think of social media as blogs, photos online, etc. They should be thinking of where social media is now. Online Fragmented Social Networks. Blogs are so 2004!
  • Some people look at Social Media as another form of old guard media, such as newspapers or adverising
  • Some people look at Social Media as another form of old guard media, such as newspapers or adverising
  • Some people look at Social Media as another form of old guard media, such as newspapers or adverising
  • Some people look at Social Media as another form of old guard media, such as newspapers or adverising
  • Some people look at Social Media as another form of old guard media, such as newspapers or adverising
  • Some people look at Social Media as another form of old guard media, such as newspapers or adverising
  • Some people look at Social Media as another form of old guard media, such as newspapers or adverising
  • Some people look at Social Media as another form of old guard media, such as newspapers or adverising
  • Some people look at Social Media as another form of old guard media, such as newspapers or adverising
  • Some people look at Social Media as another form of old guard media, such as newspapers or adverising
  • Some people look at Social Media as another form of old guard media, such as newspapers or adverising

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  • Netiquette Presented by Aaron Bramley [email_address] www.ridgewoodpr.com
  • What is social media? • The new word of mouth • Share everything • It’s FREE!
    • Social media needs to be defined as a
    • group think mentality around your message.
    • People are going to talk about you and your message.
    • Deal with it. Encourage it.
    • What is social media?
    • • All ages can use it
    • • But particularly Gen Y/Millennials
    • • Fastest growing group on Facebook?
    • Social Media needs to be defined as a
    • group think mentality around your message.
    • People are going to talk about your message.
    • Deal with it. Encourage it.
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    • It all comes down to communication
    • • Listen, listen, listen...
    • • Peer-to-peer conversations
    • • Be a human being
    • Participate now, lead later
    • • Social media is quid pro quo
    • • Don’t flood your friends
    • • Be a human being
    • Know your message
    • • Personal and professional are one
    • • Employer/employee expectations
    • • Have a McGuffin
    • • Be a human being
    • Imposters are easily spotted
    • • Approach strangers cautiously
    • • Slow aggregation of friends
    • • Be a human being
    • Innovate
    • • There’s no right way
    • • Make it yours
    • • Never stop listening
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    • Scenario #1
    • One of your students or his/her family has added you as a friend on Facebook. What do you do?
    • Scenario #1
    • • What is the school's policy?
    • • Do you have a standard response?
    • • Set your privacy level appropriately
    • Scenario #2
    • You see a negative news story about your school on a news website. The majority of commenters agree with the article. What do you do?
    • Scenario #2
    • • Alert the proper administrator and no one else
    • • Best to ignore it if you can
    • • Use full disclosure
    • Scenario #3
    • A parent sends you a message through Facebook about an issue their student is having in class. They are not happy. What do you do?
    • Scenario #3
    • • What are the proper channels for this?
    • • Develop a standard response
    • • Set privacy settings properly for you
  • Q&A Contact: [email_address] and @AaronMSB Prez Location: www.ridgewoodpr.com click on Blog