August 11, 2014
/ by Brian Conlin
This article and infographic are a guest post by Ivan Serrano, a web journalist and infographic specialist in San Francisco.
Everyone seems to fear posting something on social media that will end up on the news for all the wrong reasons. After all, stories about social media gaffes by people and businesses have become commonplace.
Although much of social media etiquette is universal, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and all of the other networks have their own specific rules. Businesses and PR pros should familiarize themselves with these rules in order to tailor their content for each network.
The way your public relations team conducts itself on social media has a lasting effect on customers, clients, sponsors and advertisers. Here are some quick tips:
Want even more tips and facts and figures about your favorite social networks? The infographic below is a social media etiquette guide that shows how your public relations team should conduct themselves on the most popular social media platforms.
No matter the network you use. Vocus has you covered. Get top tips and tactics from the free Social Media Cheat Sheet Sheets!
The Social Media Etiquette Guide was published with permission from Ivan Serrano.
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