Seven Deadly Sins: Lessons for Avoiding Social Media Disasters

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Slides from a 'seven deadly sins' talk we often give, and usually include in our all-day workshops: http://capulet.com/smm.

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  • Seven Deadly Sins: Lessons for Avoiding Social Media Disasters

    1. Seven Deadly sins: lessons for avoiding social media disasters
    2. Pride goeTH before the fall
    3. lesson 1: add value, not ego
    4. heed thy tone
    5. Lesson 2: get to know your audience
    6. Foist not Thine Spam Upon Yon Rabble
    7. Lesson 3: Spam, and you’ll suffer
    8. ignore not the masses
    9. Lesson 4: Monitor the Web (all the time, every Day)
    10. Be not rude
    11. Lesson 5: the web is a public place
    12. abandon not Thy Blog
    13. Lesson 6: allocate enough Resources
    14. Thou Shall Not Deceive
    15. "You should also check out the Krave (motorola.com/krave). It has a digital QWERTY keyboard and its narrower then the iPhone.” "I wonder if this could be done on the Motorola Krave?" "I'm so glad my boss isn't like that! I'm working with Motorola right now, and became a huge fan of the Krave (motorola.com/ krave). I especially like the full touch screen display and html web browser. It's awesome!"
    16. “Google is a reputation management system.” - Clive Thompson, Wired
    17. Lesson 7: don’t lie on the internet
    18. Questions?
    19. www.capulet.com www.friendswithbenefitsbook.com @julieszabo @dbarefoot
    20. Images courtesy of the Flickr users antmoose, Lawrence OP, Kris Krug and Sacred Destinations.

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