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The Keys To Social Media Etiquette

23 May 2012 10:55 AM | Working Women (Administrator)
Blog By: Patricia Rossi

Social media is the new frontier...for business and personal communications. It has taken communication and marketing to a global scale at the speed of light. If you are using social media, then you have already experienced the magic, wonder, and value of it. If you haven't harnessed social media be careful as you don't want to appear as if you are sitting on a donkey while holding the keys to a Ferrari.
 
Here are 20 keys to help you shine, be successful and strengthen personal and business relationships via social media.

    1.    Always make an appointment to video chat.
    2.    Make sure your surroundings are presentable when video chatting.
    3.    Resist the temptation to multitask.

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Many of our relationships that began in business turn into valued friendships. Barry Moltz helped me with the launch of my book by writing an article and also interviewing me on his radio show. Barry, along with coauthor Becky McCray, just released Small Town Rules: How Big Brands and Small Businesses Can Prosper in a Connected Economy.
 
The secret to self confidence is to know and understand the rules of social engagement before you are in the middle of an uncomfortable situation. Check out Everyday Etiquette for tips.
 
My Business Success Series will show you how to navigate common and uncommon social situations that present themselves in professional as well as personal settings. We are all walking biographies – what story are you communicating to others through your unspoken soft social skills?
 
Check out the 15 videos that are available in my Business Success Series.

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