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How to Use Social Media to Alienate People

 

  • Don’t say nice things about everyone.
  • Don’t re-tweet that someone re-tweeted you.
  • Don’t thank people for following.
  • Don’t automatically follow people back.
  • When someone follows you and they are obviously a hack – tell them to go away.
  • Tell people to get off your website.
  • Don’t be inviting.
  • Point out hypocrisy and foolishness.
  • Intimidate others.
  • Stand up and speak loudly on divisive topics.
  • Hold unpopular opinions and are upfront with them.
  • Curse.
  • Regular usage of sarcasm and wit.
  • Ignore all social media strategies.
  • Don’t use “Top Ten Ways to…” or reduce your writing to soundbites.

Essentially don’t act in a manner in which you are curating an idealized personification of yourself and instead are acting like a real person.

Anyone who conducts their online activities in the manner above is easily ten times more interesting and relevant than anyone else you’re interacting with online right now.

 

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I'm the founder and editor of Associate's Mind. I like to write, talk, and think about law, professional development, technology, and whatever else floats my boat. I practice law in Birmingham, AL.

One comment

  1. I can’t remember where I saw this the first time, but I recall thinking it was poorly written and deeply confused. I like the picture, though.

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