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Technology & Tools  Tips for Communicating on Social Networks 


Brian Carlson, CompleteMarkets - Big Bear City, CA 92314
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Connecting and communicating on a social network may seem
like just another aspect of the communications that we are used to in everyday
life – but there are some significant differences that everyone should focus
on.

1.
Pick a social networking community that shares
the same interests with you. This may sound like too much common sense to be written
down, but it is an important starting point to facilitate meeting your goals
and expectations of social networking. Some networks focus on business, and others
focus on personal relationships.

2.
Embrace creativity. Read, learn from peers, and
follow those people that you consider to be successful. By following in other’s
footsteps you can guarantee success. Don’t be afraid to reach out and connect
with others – this is what social networking is all about!

3.
Build trust based upon contacts. Many social
networking platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn, and CompleteMarkets use who you
know to show other users who trusts you with a relationship. If other users
share some of your contacts then they will be more likely to trust you. Reach
out to people and businesses that you know with a friendship request and others
will be more likely to do the same for you.

Remember that we now live in a truly Global Village.
Distance is no longer a barrier to communication!

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Adrian Holloway, CompleteMarkets - Big Bear City, CA 92314
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Amen. And as an fyi, CompleteMarkets has a 5 star rating system, and we also allow people to flag each other content as spam or inappropriate. In a way the community will police itself.

Having  said that, this is a Professional Social Community - a network of peers in the Insurance Industry, so the conversations should be more professional in nature than Facebook or Twitter, I would think.
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