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Survival Guide to Social Media



Our 10 tips for a social media survival

Our 10 tips for a social media survival



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  • survive to social media
  • 1.use more tools
  • You should use more integrated social networks, not onlyFacebook.Spreading information and collecting opinions will give you theopportunity to be better known and will increase your reputation. 1.use more tools
  • 2. conversation is good
  • 2. conversation is good Don’t let conversations out of your view, where you cannot check them. Conversation always has to be your favorite guest in your social networks.
  • 3. criticism is good
  • In the majority of cases, people who criticise you don’t tell youto your face, but they will say it somewhere else: you don’t knowhow and when, neither the consequences. So, if someonecriticises you, use it as an opportunity: whoever writes to youwants answers - this is the best starting point for a dialogue. 3. criticism is good
  • 4. be strong
  • 4. be strong Never delete a negative comment or a critic: whoever does that just shows their weakness. Be strong enough to show that people disagree and don’t fear excess or rudeness: people who join social network will isolate the authors of these unpleasant comments.
  • 5. disagree is not bad
  • 5. disagree is not bad You should always be grateful towards those who disagree with you because they promote the conversation. Even if it goes totally in another direction.
  • 6. more listen, less talk
  • 6. more listen, less talk OK, you have an online space: use it to talk with people, not for useless self- celebration. People are simply not interested in that.
  • 7. social (media) democracy
  • Social media are democraticisers: they make us all equal. Neverthink that someone may be less important than someone else:start conversations with everybody in order to know them.Better to have them as friends rather than enemies. 7. social (media) democracy
  • 8. don’t mess with people
  • 8. don’t mess with people Don’t underestimate people’s memory and the memory of the web: never delete something wrong. People will forgive your mistakes, but not dishonesty. Transparency is the best insurance for your credibility.
  • 9. more quality, less numbers
  • If you have 5000 like on your Facebook profile but your businessis not going well yet, it’s necessary to think again about what youare doing. Your reputation depends more on the quality of yourrelationships than their number. 9. more quality, less numbers
  • 10. be honest
  • Always be honest with yourself and with others: if you don’t trustwhat you’re doing, why should other people? 10. be honest