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Social Media 101
Transcript of Social Media 101
Things not to have on your Facebook page General Rules of Social Media Don't post anything you wouldn't want posted on the front page of the NYTimes Facebook For sharing personal information 1) Full birthday (leave out the year) Twitter Used for sharing information
Think of it like a conversation at a party
Best used with a third-party program, such as Tweetdeck, Hootsuite, and Seesmic Twitter Advice Follow people who have something to say beyond clutter Linked In For sharing professional information
Good to have as an online business card
Less interactive than Twitter or Facebook Current Trends Place-based services such as FourSquare, Gowalla
Facebook's imminent replacement (Diaspora?) Know that once posted, it can live forever
Your profile picture is important The default is public, a controversial feature 2) Illegal activity
3) Complaints about your boss/work/spouse, etc..
4) Upcoming vacation plans
5) Up for debate: information about children Don't feel the need to read everything
Keep your tweets unlocked (open to debate)
Be careful about sharing where you are, and how long you are gone Social Media 101
Michael Rabby, PhD
Washington State University- Vancouver
September 22, 2010