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Social networking tips

According to a worldwide study 3 out of 4 couples married in the last decade met on the internet.

If you also want to find interesting people please read carefully this tips.

 

–          Please choose an interesting and realistic profile picture.

 

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The picture reflects the features you want to be shown about your personality, so be very mindful in the selection.

Avoid glasses, boobs and make up.

Of course do not add another person. Remember, is a profile picture of you, not a soccer team poster.

If the picture portrait you doing something or in a specific place, make sure that is something usual.

For you to show how great the Everest climb was you will want to create an album, not a profile picture.

 

–          Do not include all your personal information in your profile and make it visible to only your friends, never public.

Even to your friends, hide information, hide as much information as you can without appearing arrogant.

 

–          Stay away of any statement.

Avoid religious, sportive or political references as much as possible.

If other people post in your wall do not like the post or comment, leave it to the public.

 

–          Think ten times before posting something and a thousand before commenting.

You will not have a second chance to re post that so count until ten and when in doubt, throw it out.

Also pictures.

Pictures are the image you project to the world about you.

Most people don’t read so they only take information from your pictures.

 

–          Be responsive, educated and quiet.

Reply to every single message and invitation you receive, even if you don’t know who the person is.

 

–          Ask for advice about your profile.

Most of the time your friends and family are the best on correcting you from what is wrong.

Use that objectivity power they have and ask them what they think you should modify in your profile.

And obey.

Also look yourself at your profile from another person device so you can see how it looks to other people or use the ‘View as’ feature.

 

–          Be specific in the information.

You should not include too much personal information but if you decide to add some do not overpopulate that area.

Let’s say you want to add some music you like, ok but just a few.

Trust me, by telling the world that you like music you are not doing any favor to yourself, pretty much the contrary.

–          If there is something you really can’t stand it is better to subtle let that know to viewers.

It can be anything, maybe you don’t tolerate blond people or black people ok, with just one little sarcastic comment is more than enough to maintain blondes and darkies away from you.

 

–          Show humor in your profile.

Without being goofy you need to make sure everyone understand you don’t take yourself or your internet profile seriously.

 

–          Allow yourself to make mistakes.

There need to be something in your profile that shows uncaring.

Even if you’ve been thinking during a month about it, it needs to reflect careless.

If you are perfect like me you probably wouldn’t find any mistakes so take advantage of the social network itself to do that for you.

Just by not posting a background picture or by not selecting the correct city you live in, people will think you don’t know how to do it or you don’t care about it.

 

 

 

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Social media chivalry

Either if you use the social media to promote your business or just to flirt around there are a variety of rules specific to social networking that you have to follow if you want chivalry to prevail.

In this article I present the cardinal guidelines of social networking to avoid being discourteous.

 

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There is a certain cadence people expect you to have when you social network and if you exceed it you piss them off.

For example, I haven’t seen anyone go above five tweets per day and be popular.

Remember, is important to be smart and fun but is way more important to be modest.

The first rule then can be set as following: firmly avoid talking about the same thing everyone else is talking.

 

Reply

 

If you talk to someone and that person simply don’t answer back there are two options, is deaf or the most uneducated person you’ve ever met.

When someone sends you a message you’re supposed to write back.

I know it might seem like common sense or even just basic human decency but some individuals doesn’t seems to be grown in a human environment and need to be told about this.

 

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It’s ok being an anti-social monster or a sick maniac depressive that doesn’t want human interaction but try to hide it, act normal so we don’t realize it.

So remember, if one of us, the normal people, talks to you, the weirdo, then you just say something back.

It’s simple. Is not hard, you can do it.

There is of course an exception: Blackberry users.

For the 5 of you out there that join me in the Blackberry use, please don’t feel that pressure since your phone is probably hiding most of the interactions you have.

A couple of weeks ago I found almost 19 Google chat conversations inside my satanic phone.

Conversations filled with questions, demands and increasingly desperate pleas for a response.

Another warning regarding the ‘Always reply’ rule is that it gets a little harder on weekends.

 

Be concise

 

One of the big benefits of social media is the opportunity to be short and simple, so use it.

Be careful, don’t go to the other side and respond to a ten word question with ‘Yes’.

Use common sense, read your message a couple times before sending it and ask yourself how you would interpret this if you were the other person.

 

Punctuation

 

Everybody likes proper punctuation.

Punctuation is not a matter of taste, how you punctuate something can make a big difference in how it’s interpreted.

‘Ok’ feels a lot different from ‘ok!!’

Punctuation is an important part of establishing the mood you’re in when writing.

 

Chat

 

Never, ever, log into a chat, get a request to begin chatting, ignore that request and go offline.

To the person on the other end it can come across as a network error or they can assume that you are a horrible person.

Noblesse oblige I admit to having done this a couple of times, again, in my defense, I have a Blackberry.

And Blackberry main feature is to constantly log you into chat services against your will.

Well guys, I have to go. Nice talking to you!

 

 

 

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