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Don’t lose your head on reading negative comments and snap off an awful post. Once the send button is clicked, there’s no way to recall from the web. Later you could understand your nasty comment was groundless, but you may do nothing about it.

Be careful when adding friends. You’re able to safely add the ones, you know. For the rest, add those whose profile matters to you.

Don’t paste pics of others, without their permission. Even your pics should be decent. Remember that social networking sites are your Net presence, so build your report.

Don’t post links of adult sites or any other illegal web sites. Likewise don’t upload videos and pics which are lewd.

Always give the complete and right profile. Profiles inform others of you and so don’t misdirect them. Supply common background data along with your likes and dislikes.

Don’t spread evil rumor.

Smearing other people on social networking sites is likewise bad manners. Everyone you’re connected to may read what you post, so stay away from writing atrocious remarks about others.

Don’t junk e-mail. People get irritated when they receive spam. Spamming is likewise in bad taste.

Don’t keep on asking people to add you as a friend.

To be efficient, update often and participate. Post daily and comment on others posts.

Smiles may be utilized to denote a tone. However, use it meagerly. Similarly, don’t use all capitals in your message posts. Utilizing all capitals is the online version of screaming.

If someone posts you a comment, reply.

The less abbreviation you practice the better it is. Utilize only those abbreviations that are reasonably common, as you will not be there to explain.

Be as brief as possible and to the point. People neither do have the time nor the patience to read page long ramblings.

In case of any arguments, focus on the issues rather than the individuals involved.

Keep an open mind. Don’t get mucked up in message wars.