Social Networking Etiquette Tip #6

Don’t you hate it when you’re at a party and you run it to someone that you haven’t seen in a long time — or you meet someone who you instantly click with — and find yourself in an engaging conversation, only to be interrupted by a tap on your shoulder to where you find yourself in a conversation about something mundane and boring like whether crunchy peanut butter is better than creamy? Yep, I bet, which leads me to Social Networking Etiquette Tip #6:

Don’t butt in — If you are participating in an online discussion, let other people have a chance to share their ideas and perspectives. Wait your turn and you will get your chance to share your ideas and deliver your message. And add value! Don’t be the person who disrupts the flow of the conversation by bringing up something irrelevant or something that only pertains to you.

By |2016-10-13T16:38:19+00:00August 13th, 2010|

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For 30 years, Drew Gerber has been inspiring those who want to change the world. As the CEO of Wasabi Publicity, Inc., lauded by the likes of PR Week and Good Morning America, he sparks "aha" conversations that lead to personal and business success. His PR firm is known for landing clients on Dr. Phil, Oprah, Anderson Cooper, The Wall Street Journal, Inc., Entrepreneur, and other top media outlets. Wasabi Publicity lives to launch conversations that make a difference and change the world.

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