“We often think of wifi networks as virtual, uniform fields that fill our living spaces. In fact, they’re very physical signals that can be blocked or scattered by walls, other electronics, and even people. Where you put your router — and what’s around it — make a big difference in the strength of your network….
I couldn’t resist the title of this blog post, and I’m glad that I read it. The author makes very good points and explains each one, which helps each of us to rethink what we might think is important, or “what the experts say,” regarding a number of social media “best practices”.
Link: Avoid a Disaster By Controlling Online Responses Learn the proper way of responding to negativity about yourself or your brand on the Internet. Good step-by-step advice. by Lisa Barone (@lisabarone) on @outspokenmedia blog
Link: Activation, Comfort, & Other Secrets of Online Community Management Jay Baer interviews Deb Ng, Director of Community at BlogWorld and also the author of Online Community Management For Dummies, “a treasure trove of advice and best practices around community management.” by Deb Ng (@debng) on Convince & Convert blog
Link: Caring, Consistency, and the New Relationship Marketing Great advice about how to be effective in the new social environment and successfully handle growing customer expectations and client interactions without becoming overwhelmed. by Mari Smith (@marismith) and Jay Bear (@jaybaer)
Link: An Insider’s Guide to Social Media Etiquette “I receive a lot of questions about various points of etiquette with regards to social media. I also observe instances where I wish people knew some of the more common etiquette, because they seem like wonderful people, who maybe have made a mistake because they didn’t know…