Etiquette on Twitter and Facebook
As an avid Twitter fan myself, it’s not totally uncommon for I (and others) to read the tweets and Twitter responses from athletes online, especially when it comes to our bolts. To be quite honest, I am sometimes appalled by some of things fans say on Twitter to people they actually expect a response from or the online tough guys out to heckle the players that ruin it for the rest of us. The following is my crash course on Twitter etiquette designed to make good use of social media outlets between athletes and their fans, not discouraging and impolite.
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Simple Facebook Etiquette Everyone Should Know
There’s no denying that Facebook can be a powerful place to connect and catch up with family and friends. That said, it’s easy to get carried away in the Facebook moment. If you’ve ever found yourself unsure of the protocol on Facebook, refer to my tips below.
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