Infographic of the week: 80 entertaining rules of social media

 

Our world of social media is definitely an ever changing landscape. The rules are constantly changing to where rules are just blurred lines. Just a couple weeks ago Facebook finally cracked and allowed contest to be held directly on timelines, which I’m not sure if businesses really complied with that rule 100%. Just sayin….

I came across the infographic by Jeremy Waite who laid out some entertaining rules to follow with social media mainly pointing out the mere reality of what’s happened, do’s  and don’ts,  and went wrongs.  Lessons to be learned like don’t slow down social momentum after a campaign has stopped such as in rule #36 #oldspiceguy where is he now?  And we all know this person in rule #7, please don’t be this guy or even the person in rule #29 you social specialist you! . Or a real dose of reality when measuring metrics in rule #23.

Enjoy, I know I did!

Tanesha White AKA ~Digital Diva

80-rules-social-media Infographic

Source:  Jeremy Waite

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About Tanesha White

Professional BIo: With over 12 years of experience in the internet industry and the pleasure of working with National companies such as, Lithia Automotive, McDonalds, and Lexus Corp. Tanesha has applied her knowledge and creative thinking to the needs of clients and business owners with two things in mind; helping them understand internet marketing and how to market effectively and consistently show measurable results. Tanesha displays a true understanding of the internet consumers behaviors. By understanding the needs of businesses, she brings a fresh innovative approach to customizing effective online strategies for any industry. White believes that business owners can have all the desire in the world to have the most technologically inclined company in their market, but online marketing, SEO, social media strategy, and website conversion require the ability to understand in order to be successful.

Posted on September 6, 2013, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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