Social Networking Etiquette: The interview and questions. What would you do?

May 15, 2009 — 4 Comments

On Monday, I was interviewed by Fox News 8 ( Bob Buckly & Stewart Pittman @Lenslinger out of Greensboro, NC about Social Networking Etiquette. You can watch the entire interview and segment on social networking etiquette below.

We covered a lot of topics during the interview but Fox focused on a few questions.

  1. What should you do if you’re boss want to add you as a friend on Facebook or any other social network?
  2. Have you ever been dumped on myspace or any other social network?
  3. What do you say when someone ask you, why are you tweeting or sharing your life using twitter or social networks?

Let me know in the comments.

Sites Mentioned in the interview:
Twitter
MySpace
Brightkite
Facebook
Linkedin
Friendfeed

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4 responses to Social Networking Etiquette: The interview and questions. What would you do?

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