INFOGRAPHIC: Social Media Lessons You Learned in Kindergarten

December 4, 2013 José Antonio Sánchez

We just released an infographic titled Social Media Lessons You Learned in Kindergarten. The visual highlights basic yet often overlooked social behaviours, applied to social media by gurus such as Chris Brogan, Shanna Mallon, Jason Cormier, Lauren Simonds, and Jim Tobin.

“If you want to play with other kids in the social media sandbox, you need to learn a couple pointers on friendly interaction — unless you want to play alone,” says Shanna Mallon, social media expert and contributor to the Uberflip blog. “Learning proper social media etiquette is crucial for your business’ online success and many of these tips are basic things we learn as children.”

Social media lessons learned in kindergarten

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José Antonio Sánchez

José has seven years of experience in cross-platform media and marketing. He's responsible for the development and management of marketing campaigns at Uberflip.

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