Los Angeles, California – Facebook, the social media giant with total active users closing in on the billionth account, has been ushering in a new means of cultivating interpersonal relationships since 2004. Facebook has helped to irreversibly sculpt the world we live in technologically and socially. Despite its nuances, there’s no denying that Facebook is global platform that’s here to stay. One ubiquitous concern, however, is the increasing uneasiness brought about by the prototypical, unapologetically annoying status updater.
Online Reputation Specialist JW MAXX Solutions considers Facebook etiquette a delicate matter. Because of its breadth of use and simple mission statement to “give people the power to share and make the world more open and connected,” Facebook defines itself by its portability. While we use Facebook to casually stay in touch with those we care about, a somewhat of an intimate and discrete affair, many turn to Facebook into a digital soapbox.
As we now sit in cyberspacial social circles with hundreds, or thousands in some cases, of friends we need to reflect on our potential status updates with discretion. Think of status updates as the social equivalent of yelling in a public place. Updates can be meaningful and provocative, but must be filtered by the tests of frequency and importance. According to the research done by a PhD student at the University of Colorado, posting too often about unimportant matters was the number one reason for an unfriending taking place; this reason also took the lion’s share of votes above other reasons like falling out of touch or posting volatile or insulting information. Simply put, nobody wants to be friends with the blabbermouth with a romantic focus on the mundane.
Online Reputation Specialist JW MAXX Solutions sees this problem exacerbate when public companies with Facebook pages also violate this implicit rule. Potential and repeat customers aren’t excited to see a new promotional update every three hours from any business, no matter how good the product.
Also, umbrella businesses with multiple subsidiaries should avoid posting identical messages across all of their walls. Customers who tune in to all the companies will quickly be turned off; the only thing more annoying than a flood of many messages from the same source is the same message from many sources at the same time. Both of these activities are quick routes to unsubscription and deletion.
Online Reputation Specialist JW MAXX Solutions recognizes that it is tight rope to walk when trying to find the balance between informing and irritating. “It’s hard to make a set-in-stone guideline for businesses given how diverse businesses and their customers are these days,” says Walter Halicki, CEO of JW MAXX Solutions, “but any more than three or four times per week is pushing it.”
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