How to Use Social Networking Like a Gentlemen or Lady
Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and Instagram are just a small handful of the vast array of social networking platforms we are inundated with today. Although it's an effective means for communication and keeping in touch with distant friends, it's important to use social media appropriately. Below you will find the easy step by step article on how to utilize social networking like the gentlemen or lady you are!
Do not post anything that might compromise your privacy.More than ever before, users on social networks are more prone to spill the beans on every detail regarding their lives; whether it be of a personal or private nature. A gentlemen or lady would not post anything that glimpses into their private life more than it should. The purpose of social networking is to update your affiliates and personal interconnections about you, but there is a border between public information and private. If you would not say it to them face to face, it’s best not to advertise it on such a far-reaching platform. Topics like your sex life, financial position, spouse or other family or friendship difficulties and information or pictures that have not been approved by those whom are associated, ought to be out of the question.
Accept friends wisely.From followers to friends, your profile is on show for the world to see (if you let it). If you do have a profile on one or more social networking platforms, you would more than likely be old enough to know the basics of internet safety. To appear like a lady or gentlemen, it’s important to have people in your friends list that you know or at least have met once. Popular people have thousands of friends lurking their wall and digesting information about them, but sophisticated and composed individuals have a handful of friends. The advantage of this, is that you won’t have accumulations of unreliable posts from strangers relentlessly floating on your feed.
Keep information accurate.There is nothing worse than attempting to find that friend from years ago when all their minor information is incorrect. As a gentlemen or lady, you would only add friends that know you, so it isn't too risky to have accurate facts about yourself. Simple identifiers like; full name, age and gender are usually all a person needs to know if they have not been acquainted with you on the site. Once they have, they are then able to access more about where you are in life. Avoid changing your date of birth, last name and other basic pointers repeatedly. Strive to keep a perpetual, yet sensible presence on your chosen social mediums.
Speak properly.There is nothing worse than seeing yolo, swag, lol, lmao and other imprudent idioms that really just verify a person’s intellectual capacity and maturity as undeveloped. Just as it is important to speak properly in person, the same goes for your online presence. Remember to edit out any spelling or grammatical errors in your updates. When using a messaging function on the social networking site, try to respond to the person in clear detail and avoid using too much slang.
- Avoid updating your profile profusely with futile posts. Instead, post properly with an eloquent post to share. Inspirational quotes, funny story etc.
- Don't start worthless arguments with other users. It doesn’t show superiority. In its place, it shows senselessness.
- It's okay for you to ask someone if you have met them before accepting their friendship or follow request. It shows that you care about your own privacy and displays a poised deportment.
- Make your profile picture one that you find is the most flattering. Modesty goes a long way.
- Don't swap a social networking platform for a real life affiliation with someone. Organise coffee catch-ups online if it's easier. And then later on you can post photos you took together online to share with family and friends.
- Gentlemen and ladies don't spend all day on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. When at someone's home, avoid opening social networks. You're there to socialize in person, which is copiously more beneficial.
- Never use profanity. Indecent language proves a poor vocabulary.
- Ask for permission before posting a photo of someone else in your friends list to prove your respect.
- Regularly strengthen your password. Do this by trading a lowercase letter for an uppercase letter in your password. (Try to do this once every 4 months.)
- Ensure that your privacy settings are set conservatively. Keeping unwanted prowlers from seeing photos or information is your responsibility.
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