Netiquette

Good rules. Proper engagement tools.

Internet Etiquette Rules of Good Users

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Web Rules

Core rules we teach. They get good attention. Normal.

Core Rules

Important tips first. We can pick and choose. Most do.

Tips are central. In the middle. Taught in school.

So, core rules help. Teachers believe. We follow.

1. Review

Review, proofread and plan, communication. More »

2. All Caps

Refrain from using all capital letters in correspondence. More »

3. Truth

Tell the truth. More »

4. Be Yourself

Act as you do in reality. Be on your best behavior. More »

5. Flames

Refrain from posting or responding to inflammatory material, flames. More »

6. Spam

Refrain from sending unsolicited messages or responding to them. More »

7. Messages

Be conservative in messages you send and liberal in what you receive. More »

8. Reply

Send messages within an appropriate time frame. More »

9. Secure Sites

Use secure websites whenever possible. More »

10. Discretion

Use discretion, your best judgment. More »

Why Follow Core Rules

Published on June 17, 2018

Rules protect us. We trust those who follow. Makes us consistent.

Safety first. Guide issue resolution. Expression with our own rules.

We have a right to have fun. Interests arise. Don't hurt people.

Netiquette Rules

Published on February 11, 2014

David and Nancy doing their thing. Engaging. Core rules.

Practice by sharing. Try to earn engagement. Use the rules.

Ask for feedback. Accept it. Follow your heart.

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Core Rules