All the socio-maniacs; Here are some etiquette you all need to learn!

And then there are humans who live on planet Internet and hardly bother exploring any alternate universe, for example, the real world.

Some things to convey to the people who get their share of oxygen from www and are hauntingly, ALWAYS online:

1. Sporadic updates, please!

Don’t, I repeat, DON’T bomb the news feed of your friends with your minute-to-minute check-ins and updates. No 17-selfie bombing. Remember, the rarer you appear online and the more rarely you update online, the more the people are likely to heed your updates. It’s classy to have a more interesting life off that phone.
Sporadic updates, please!

2. But, yes, do acknowledge congratulatory messages and compliments

When you ARE online quit being blind to appreciative comments on your pictures and posts. If somebody has taken time out to write nice things about you, be courteous and thank them for the same.
But, yes, do acknowledge congratulatory messages and compliments

3. Liking your own posts is still stupid

It’s a social forum, let others appreciate (or blast what you do) what do post there. It’s basics yaa and such an old one but people still don’t get it. Drop your trumpet, give others a chance to make music. Sigh.
Liking your own posts is still stupid

4. KNOW how to use hashtags!

So, the first letter of every word that you use in a hashtag is supposed to be capital. NO spaces between anything written using a hashtag. Know which hashtags are popular, use them, don’t write thesis in hashtags. Don’t use more than 3, it looks like erroneous Java code and you, a dumbo.

5. Facebook’s “feeling – confused/diffused/fused” feature is very animated but refrain from using it as much as you can

It makes you seem super non-serious and maybe, dim. Avoid.
Facebook’s “feeling – confused/diffused/fused” feature is very animated but refrain from using it as much as you can

6. Using foul language/posting sleazy pictures in comments section

Really? Just because you have closer access to celebs’ social space doesn’t mean you exploit the right and bad. Uh uh not classy.

7. Easy with mushy updates, please?

Don’t make your bedroom life an open collage on your social profile. It’s creepy.

Nuff knowledge imparted. Use it!

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