“Being Smart With Social Media With Edita Rodriguez & Robin Miller from Clever Girls Collective Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2011
Who We Are Being Smart With Social Media Edita Rodriguez @EditaG Clever Girls Collective www.thebuenamesa.comRobin Miller@RobinWithAnIClever Girls Collectivewww.robinmiller.us
Being Smart With Social Media Miss Respresentation “Miss Representation”A Film by Jennifer Siebel Newsom
Session Overview Being Smart With Social Media As social media outlets continue to dominate the way that so many of us communicate, it’s important to make sure youmaintain a professional presence online. Be responsible with what you post, because once its out there, theres no telling who will see it. In this session you will learn not only what not to do, but how to use these platforms to your advantage.
Facebook Dos & Don’tsDo: Post about yourinterests & fun things thatare happening in your life.Don’t: Post about how youare looking for a fake IDhookup; how your friendhung out with some weirdolast night; or how you aregoing to play hooky so youcan go hit up the mall. Itmakes you look dumb, and allof those things ARE dumb. Sojust don’t.
Facebook Dos & Don’tsDo: Post nice photos of you and your friends.Don’t: Photos that you wouldn’t want your mom, boss, orteacher to see. Not cute.
Facebook Being Smart With Social MediaDon’t Be An A**hole OnFacebook
Facebook Being Smart With Social MediaDear Cyber-Bullies, Your moms are on Facebook(Excerpt from citymama.typepad.com)Last week, a dear friend of mine emailed me a link to Facebook "hategroup," created about her son. After getting over the initial shock whichincluded my heart breaking into roughly a thousand pieces, severalthoughts ran through my head:"Who are these kids?""Why would they do such a thing?""Do their parents know?""Why werent more kids posting comments that this was wrong?"…But then we noticed something. Something these kids probably didntthink about: I had one mutual friend in common with MANY of thosekids.