NETiquetteManaging your reputation online is very important today.Within two years it will be CRITICAL!<br />
Experts say that 7% of human communication comes from words38% is from a person's tone of the voice and a whopping 55% com...
We found this...	<br />“The best ways to be rude in your social media and blog marketing:<br />Stop listening.<br />Stop c...
Social Media Chaos<br />With chaos comes annoyances: abrasive, aggressive, off-target, inappropriate actions or interactio...
What annoys others... In their words<br />Not returning DMs<br />Social Media Gurus<br />People who say “I don’t have time...
In your field... Know YOUR ‘Stuff’<br />What is your passion?<br />What do you know most about? (usually what you are pass...
Be brilliant – and...<br />Generous<br />Helpful<br />Authentic<br />Kind<br />Appropriate<br />Responsive<br />Original<b...
Don’t<br />Brag<br />Spam<br />Auto DM<br />Blatantly sell <br />Slag off<br />Slander<br />Sign up to be seen with no int...
Website n_etiquette<br />Greet<br />Clarity<br />It’s not about you<br />It is about your visitor<br />Show you care – cus...
Still not sure if you should behave?<br />Three most influential factors for consumers when deciding which company to do b...
As a general rule, it is a good idea to avoid jokes about airports and terrorism<br />"Crap! Robin Hood airport is closed....
We are watching... And not afraid to crack that whip!<br />If you would like help to understand the ‘ins’ and ‘outs’ of go...
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Managing your reputation online is very important today. Within a very short space of time it will be CRITICAL. Make sure you are establishing a good personal and business brand so that when people find you and people who talk about you they like what they see...

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  1. 1. NETiquetteManaging your reputation online is very important today.Within two years it will be CRITICAL!<br />
  2. 2. Experts say that 7% of human communication comes from words38% is from a person's tone of the voice and a whopping 55% comes from body languageSo where does this leave social mediawhich is mainly words?Basically...be very careful what you write and how you write it!So, mean what you say and, by all means say what you mean – but do it nicely!<br />
  3. 3. We found this... <br />“The best ways to be rude in your social media and blog marketing:<br />Stop listening.<br />Stop caring.<br />Stop sharing.<br />Start complaining.<br />Start being ugly.<br />Now get out there and make me proud. <br />And may you fail miserably to the extent that you do these things.<br />And whatever you do, do NOT leave a comment below. Because I don’t care, and I’m not listening. Isn’t rudeness wonderful?”<br />So... Best ways not to be rude... Do the opposite <br />
  4. 4. Social Media Chaos<br />With chaos comes annoyances: abrasive, aggressive, off-target, inappropriate actions or interactions that really grate on your nerves. <br />What can you do about them?<br />You can usually take one or several of these stances:<br />Ignore. Just take a deep breath, exhale, move on.<br />Delete. Rid your world of unnecessary clutter from clumsy communicators.<br />React. Chastise the offender publicly with a well-worded lashing.<br />Lead. Set a good example to everyone of how to behave well in the social media sandbox.<br />Leave. You have the power to sever the links between you and your connections.<br />
  5. 5. What annoys others... In their words<br />Not returning DMs<br />Social Media Gurus<br />People who say “I don’t have time” and you see them all the time on Twitter or Facebook <br />Chain letters <br />Abusing social media channels - spamming<br />
  6. 6. In your field... Know YOUR ‘Stuff’<br />What is your passion?<br />What do you know most about? (usually what you are passionate about)<br />What is it you can’t NOT do?<br />If you stick to what you know you won’t be caught out, you won’t be ‘wrong-footed’ and you will be able to behave 100% appropriately as a result.<br />Don’t end up like Jim... <br />
  7. 7. Be brilliant – and...<br />Generous<br />Helpful<br />Authentic<br />Kind<br />Appropriate<br />Responsive<br />Original<br />Relevant<br />Grammatically correct<br />Reasonable<br />
  8. 8. Don’t<br />Brag<br />Spam<br />Auto DM<br />Blatantly sell <br />Slag off<br />Slander<br />Sign up to be seen with no intention of attending<br />Block someone you know personally with no explanation – educate rather than eradicate<br />Make all of your updates about your company, blog or service. Instead, have REAL, friendly conversations until people get to know you as someone they can trust.<br />I got this badge for <br />helping a little old lady<br />cross the Internet<br />
  9. 9. Website n_etiquette<br />Greet<br />Clarity<br />It’s not about you<br />It is about your visitor<br />Show you care – customer services<br />Be bold but be aware of how you are perceived<br />
  10. 10. Still not sure if you should behave?<br />Three most influential factors for consumers when deciding which company to do business with are:<br />personal experience (98%)<br />company’s reputation or brand (92%)<br />recommendations from friends and family (88%)<br />
  11. 11. As a general rule, it is a good idea to avoid jokes about airports and terrorism<br />"Crap! Robin Hood airport is closed. You've got a week and a bit to get your shit together otherwise I'm blowing the airport sky high!!“<br />Twitter joke trial: Paul Chambers loses appeal against conviction<br />Conviction for threatening to blow up airport in 'foolish prank' on Twitter will stand, court rules<br /> He was also saddled with a legal bill three times higher than his original £384 with £600 costs, as the court ordered him to pay a further £2,000 legal bill for the latest proceedings.<br />
  12. 12. We are watching... And not afraid to crack that whip!<br />If you would like help to understand the ‘ins’ and ‘outs’ of good behaviour on the internet and to find, establish and manage your online reputation <br />www.hallmann.co.uk<br />

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