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Keeping Current with Social Media Netiquette

Wayne SuttonDo you find yourself struggling to keep up with the dos and don’ts in social media? You’re probably not alone. As more mainstream users enter the social media space, it’s only natural for confusion to erupt. Early adopters are used to signing up and using a multitude of different applications, but for the casual user it can all be quite overwhelming.

North Carolina’s Wayne Sutton sat down with FOX8 News earlier this week to talk about how he keeps connected and to share some tips for those who feel they may be drowning online.

How many profiles do I need?

Similar to Wayne, I have profiles on a host of different social media platforms, each with their own purpose and specialty. However, you can always hone in on MikeThoughts.com as the hub of my activity.

For more on Wayne and to see what he is up to, stop by SocialWayne.com. On his blog you’ll find links to all of his social media profiles and projects.

What questions do you have about social media netiquette?

2 Responses to “Keeping Current with Social Media Netiquette”

  1. Wayne Sutton says:

    Thanks for posting the video Mike and the links. Social Networking/Media “Netiqutte” is very needed in today’s time, especially for the younger generation.

  2. Jaheed says:

    Thanks for the share. In the beginning, participating on multiple applications did take a lot of time because I felt compelled to post to them everyday. Now that I’ve fallen into a rhythm, I post using Ping.FM then swing back around to reinforce the message based on the texture of the conversations.

    Thanks for the post.


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