Facebook/Twitter Etiquette


Per Wikipedia:

Etiquette is a code of behavior that influences expectations for social behavior according to contemporary conventional norms within a society, social class, or group. Rules of etiquette are usually unwritten, but aspects of etiquette have been codified from time to time. Rules of etiquette encompass most aspects of social interaction in any society, though the term itself is not commonly used. A rule of etiquette may reflect an underlying ethical code, or it may reflect a person's fashion or status.

Like "culture", it is a word that has gradually grown plural, especially in a multi-ethnic society with many clashing expectations.

There are a few guidelines I have referred to as Facebook/Twitter Etiquette. Here are some norms that may keep your information on our platform and help you to build a relationship with us @ Caribbean Lifestyle Media: DancehallSoca, Idancehallreggae,Dsoca, and informtainment

Do/Don't Tag

DO Tag; if we are in the picture. DO tag; if we are helping you to promote your event. DO tag; if we have either met, talk with you or networked. Don't tag; just to promote your product. Don't tag; if we have never met, talk with, networked, until you have introduced yourself (i.e. my name is Dave, and I am a designer). Don't tag; videos, promo, etc
Comments
That promo link has nothing to do with the topic. It is amusing to see when we get comments on a subject which has nothing to do with topic. Comments are useful for building relationships, make it relevant

Are we on the flyer?
The people connected to our company know that they can freely tag us for flyer's. However, if you have not checked out our affiliate promoters program, it is not efficient to tag flyer's, you can reach a wider audience by joining this program. This program give promoters the opportunity to promote their product for FREE; in a even exchange. We treat you the same way you treat your event. if it is important to you, take the time, do it right!


Hey! We produced that!
Don't steal, even though it is flattering that you like our content, it cost money and time to produce the content. Give credit where it is due, we don't mind you using it; send a quick email stating that you want to use it. I am usually OK with that. No need to get the lawyers involved.

I hope all of this help us all to connect and reach out to each other in productive ways. The idea is to be remembered, not scorned. If you follow facebook/twitter etiquette, things maybe a little easier for you.

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