If you were denied a proper Cotillion or never had a chance to be presented at the debutante ball, it’s not too late for you. You can still learn how to act and behave politely from Philip Galanes (@SocialQPhilip
) who writes the Social Q’s
column in the New York Times every Sunday in Style Section. Social Q’s offers lighthearted advice about awkward social situations and is sure to prepare you to present yourself appropriately in social circles.
In this episode:
How Philip's book is different from Dale Carnegie’s “Win Friends and Influence People” and Emily Post’s “Ettiquette” which were both recently revised for the digital age.
Are companies like Facebook and Netfilx being rude when they change their services?
Snooping on your friend’s Facebook feed without leaving likes or comments, showing your humanity, chiming into the newsfeeds of younger Facebook friends
Appropriateness of married men friending married women without friending their husband first.
's Twitter Diplomacy at Le Web
last year showing that not all heads of state follow their own ministers. Is that rude?
who's daughter used Facebook and her cell phone to plan and actually run way from home. When it comes to monitoring how your children use social media, is it rude to set up software to monitor your child’s online behavior without disclosing it to them?
Using smart phones in social situations.
In the world of search marketing, the term “black hat” refers to a search marketer who uses unethical practices to try and game search algorithms to come up first. But what if those marketers come from other countries and cultures where unabashed capitalism is NOT necessarily frowned upon? Are they still unethical, or do we need to adjust our expectations of fairness?
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About the Podcaster:
Eric Schwartzman @EricSchwartzman
provides social marketing services
, social marketing research
and social media training
to businesses, government agencies and nonprofits. He over 15 years experience integrating emerging information technologies into organizational communications programs. He has served Boeing, BYU, City National Bank, Environmental Defense Fund, Government of Singapore, Johnson & Johnson, NORAD Northcomm, Southern California Edison, Toyota, UCLA, US Dept. of State, United States Army, US Embassy of Athens, US Embassy to Rome, United States Marine Corps and many other small to medium-sized companies and agencies. Eric is also the instructor behind top-rated social media training
seminars and the Social Media Boot Camp
which are offered monthly in the US and abroad. Visit the social media training calendar
for upcoming dates.
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