Know Who You Are Online
HMA PR/PRGN, Phoenix, USA, 17.10.2011
Kim jesteście w mediach społecznościowych? Czego się można o Was dowiedzieć? Alison z HMA PR postanowiła stworzyć swój profil po analizie własnych wpisów na Twitterze.
According to a hilarious blog by Gearfuse this month, there are 39 types of people you will “meet” on Facebook and Twitter. The spot-on blog got me to thinking…who am I online?
So, today’s tip is to do what I did – find out!
In my opinion, @abailin on Twitter is NOT:
- The person who must always tweet what she is eating
- The constantly sick and miserable person
- The constant PR guy (or gal)
- The one-tweet wonder
However, I am guilty of:
- Spoiling TV shows for others – my opinion must be heard!
- The “sometimes” PR guy (or gal)– gotta talk about what I do and how I do it!
- The “occasional” hashtag abuser – #Icanthelpithinkitisfunny!
In my opinion, Alison Bailin Batz on Facebook is NOT:
- The person who constantly invites you to those stupid quizzes
- The stupid 20-something who doesn’t realize all of his idiot party posts will come back to hurt him in life
- The PR Drone
- The person who constantly “likes” her own posts (only the truly awesome ones)
However, you could say that I am:
- The person you live vicariously through
Ha- kidding on that last one!
I like to think I am one very important thing online above all else – a person! Not a PR Bot, Not a Drone, Not a Flack – a person with (awesome) things to say.
Okay, time to test yourself – who are you online? Click here to check out the list and comment me with your discoveries.
A Tip for Tuesday – Know Who You Are Online originally appeared on HMA Public Relations, Phoenix AZ, Full-Service PR Firm on June 28, 2011.
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