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TIPS for surviving the social web. Originally uploaded in June 2009. Updated in March 2010.

TIPS for surviving the social web. Originally uploaded in June 2009. Updated in March 2010.

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  • Integrity is consistency of actions, values, methods, measures and principles. Depth and breadth of a value system may also be significant factors due to their congruence with a wider range of observations. Ethics Disclaimers, honesty, fairness
  • Integrity is consistency of actions, values, methods, measures and principles. Depth and breadth of a value system may also be significant factors due to their congruence with a wider range of observations. Ethics Disclaimers, honesty, fairness
  • Thou shalt not make an idol of your blog. Take time off. Don’t get overly upset. And remember: it’s just a blog. It’s just Facebook. It’s just Twitter. It’s not the end – or beginning – of the world.
  • Don’t hide behind anonymity. Be open, honest, and transparent. It makes you trustworthy. Exceptions: teachers on Twitter, food critics, others?
  • Don’t slander other people, other bloggers Be considerate
  • What can you really get out of following 98,000 people? Do you really have 400 friends? Define what friend means to you in the context of social networking.
  • I don’t have much patience for someone who cannot take the time to type out a DM or a @reply. They are either: A) Just using twitter as a marketing tool and don’t care about anything else. B) They are extremely busy and wont be using Twitter much anyway. Social Media is built on authentic communication and relationship building. If you want to break that down…Break it down somewhere else. But I am a Marketer. I don’t have time to respond to every follower. Ok then…don’t. But know who your audience is. Take 15 minutes every morning & find out who wants to hear you speak. Find a few every day & thank them – personally!
  • If you like it, share it with others.
  • Someone’s boss could easily find a photo. If it’s a harmless photo from high school, fine. But what if it’s a not-so-harmless photo … Don’t help your friend lose a job.
  • Don’t forget PleaseRobMe.com
  • Occasionally is fine, but don’t use social media for blatant self-promotion.
  • TMI Twitter is forever. Watch what you tweet. Separate business from personal? More privacy? Lock your profile.

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  • 1. Social Netiquette Some Basic Tips for Surviving Social Media Michelle Lentz http://www.write-tech.com
  • 2. Tips These are tips and suggestions. Take them at face value and apply your own judgment.
  • 3. Integrity & Ethics Image Credit: glsims99, CC
  • 4. “Don’t Make an Idol of Your Blog” It’s just a blog/Facebook/ Tweet. It’s not the beginning or end of the world. The world does not revolve around your blog/ Facebook/Tweet. Take time off for yourself without social media guilt. Image Credit: kahunapulej, CC
  • 5. Transparency not Anonymity Image Credit: steverosebush, CC
  • 6. Be Human Use an avatar. Write a bio. Image Credit: genewolf, CC
  • 7. Kindness Image Credit: juliebee, CC
  • 8. Don’t Steal Content ”
  • 9. Quality not Quantity
  • 10. Don’t Set Up Auto-DMs on Twitter Image Credit: With thanks to Loic LeMeur
  • 11. If You Quote, Link Back to Your Source Image Credit: rubybgold, CC
  • 12. Share the love
  • 13. Intelligent commenting Not relevant, self promotion, spammy Relevant to the post, useful information, no blatant linking
  • 14. Facebook: You don’t have to share every quiz
  • 15. Facebook: Exercise considerate photo tagging
  • 16. It’s okay to say no or ignore
  • 17. Know when to take it private
  • 18. Know when your location should be private Location-based services: • Don’t list your home address (“My House”) on 4Square? • Never tweet or list your friends’ addresses on 4Square, even if you’re at a happenin’ party. • Think before you share your location with the world.
  • 19. Blatant Self-Promotion Com my e vi site sit Me! !
  • 20. Personalize LinkedIn Invites Michelle: I’d like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn. - Larry vs Michelle: I really enjoyed your presentation at our local AMA Non-profit group. I’d like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn. - Larry
  • 21. Pitch appropriately Know the blogger’s name Know the blogger’s location, if relevant If I’m in Cincinnati, don’t pitch me a Seattle opening Know the blogger’s topic If I’m a wine blogger, don’t pitch me a golf club. Image Credit: Jeffrey Beall, CC
  • 22. Participate, Don’t Lurk You get out of it what you put into it. Join the conversation. Image Credit: Paul Likes Pics, CC
  • 23. Too Much Information
  • 24. Social Media Consulting Social Learning Consulting Instructional Design E: michelle@write-tech.com Twitter: @writetechnology Site: http://www.write-tech.com Blog: http://www.wine-girl.net Blog: http://bub.blicio.us LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/writetech