Along with the invention of the cell phone came cell phone etiquette, with the invention of the plane came airplane etiquette, and now with the invention and unquestionable explosion of social media comes the need for social media etiquette. The need to spread this information applies not only to personal posting but to business use as well.
Facebook likely has a high ratio of polite to impolite posters as the country with the most people on Facebook is Canada. However, its 757 million daily users could almost all use a lesson in social media etiquette. Facebook, though, is not nearly the only problem. Businesses today have to juggle Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and more. Related Class: Fundamentals of the Tier 1 Social Platforms
This infographic will make sure that you know your way around the proper posting, sharing, and tagging etiquette required for proper use and full functionality of your businesses’ social media outreach. Today, 85 percent of customers online expect businesses to cultivate and maintain an online social media presence. Related Class: Visual Storytelling in the Digital World
So don’t skimp on building a strong foundation for a social media experience that everyone will get along with. Take a look at the Social Media Etiquette Guide for Business and make sure you’re at the top of your game when representing yourself or your company,