Don’t play with your food. Always open the door for a lady. Don’t name drop.
In a world where we instagram our food, are too busy tweeting to look up and notice doors (or fountains), & people beg for @ replies from celebrities, it’s become very clear that Emily Post needs an update.
It’s time to whip off the white gloves – after all, they aren’t very conducive to tweeting – and get down and dirty with social media etiquette.
Luckily for you, Miss Social Manners is here to save the day – so take in these first few tips & look forward to the rest!
And, if you have any social media etiquette tips or questions of your own, please tweet @iacquire using #MissSocialManners – it may be shared in the next post!
Tweet, pin and share these tips. After all, one rule of etiquette has withstood the years: It’s impolite to not pass on good advice.
Miss Social Manners Tip #481:
Answer questions that aren’t asked of you – if you’re qualified. Gaining respect as an authority is more valuable than gaining followers.
Miss Social Manners Tip #28:
Know the value of every word you are posting. How are people searching on social for what you’re providing?
Miss Social Manners Tip #7839:
Ask questions of your audience. it’s called social media – not solo media – for a reason.
Miss social manners tip #381:
one call to action is worth fifty exclamation points. be effective, not over effusive.