Reading Network Netiquette is the social code of media about written works.
Social media websites about text. eBooks, paperbacks, hard cover, pamphlets, and short stories are discussed, shared, and reviewed.
Most allow us to share readings lists. We make recommendations to our contacts. Reviews of popular works we have read are customary.
Reading network netiquette rules center around the genre of text. How they review them in updates and other content are key to engagement.
There are separate customs for romantic novels and non-fiction works. Contacts for all types of reading are common. The conventions of categories are different.
There are guidelines about how books are evaluated and recommended by us. Posts on these networks are sensitive to promotion.
Text networks provide people who love to read a place to connect. There is so much text in our lives that we all appreciate it on some level.
These networks support authors. They are crucial in developing standards. Feedback helps.
The theme of the content and focus of the status updates are different than other UGC. They have book related content, reading related posts, and status updates regarding them.
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A book network is a social media website, social network, about books. They have new book reviews, ebooks, and connect readers with authors. Book reviews about novels and free books are common. There are rules of netiquette for using the networks. This video is about proper netiquette for book networks.