Social Media Etiquette: Grammar Goodness

August 8, 2011 · 0 comments

if you're too sensitive to poor grammar, don't look at the image.

if you're too sensitive to poor grammar, don't look at the image. it's hard to see, I know.

I’m sharing some fantastic comments we received when we asked how people viewed social media etiquette. There was great feedback and interaction – we love that! – and if you have tips to share, feel free to email us at [email protected]

First of all, double-check everything you write. Grammatical errors can quickly deteriorate the image you’re trying to create.

But I believe the most important thing to do is be active and informative on social media. If people want information on the product, they can get that from the website. Stimulate conversation, provide your fans/followers with interesting articles or information, post pictures/videos, and also give them a feel of who you are as a person and as a company.

Social Media is all about interaction, and if people don’t feel a connection with you, so let’s get more.               – Nichole Larson, Ehler Insurance

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