Netiquette

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Social Network Netiquette Cultural Contacts and Content

Social Network Netiquette

Social Network Netiquette is the culture of group communication. A social code of User Generated Content (UGC) in a domain that allows us to contact users as friends.

Culture, netiquette, is defined and ruled by the popular opinion about internet customs. Social netiquette is acceptable online activity.

Conventional use makes us popular. Engagement rules. Hits, clicks, and views determine the content we create.


Rules

Social network netiquette rules are the common conventions followed in this type of media. There are rules that apply to all sites. General type and domain specific rules exist as well.

The customs center around complimentary contact. Like and love are the most common forms of affirmation. Views increase the opportunity for it.

Popular techniques for communicating define the culture. Other customs users observe define it as well. Many of the methods work in all networks with similar features.


Social Network

Social Networks deliver the core services of the internet through a social platform for friendly purposes.

They allow us to post status updates in text, upload and watch videos, make real time audio connections, and post pictures and graphics. Some of the most popular are listed below.

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

Audio Visual Video

Published on August 12, 2015 | 3:30 Minutes | Science and Technology

This is a podcast of the definition of Social Network Netiquette by David Chiles on his website Netiquette. SocMed is his Nerdcore Artist name (Drum Circle Music on SoundClick). The definition builds on music. It incorporates the old tag line used in the website as well.

Cast

David Chiles

Social Network Guidelines

Published on January 4, 2016 | 0:56 Seconds | Science and Technology

An audio visual with conventions for social network engagement. Tips for connecting with online contacts in social media.

Cast

Nancy Netiquette

Nathan Newbie

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