Social media might have developed business and customers’ relationship nowadays but it is still a form of communication that entails good manners. According to Personal Branding blog on business2community.com, a social media user can display etiquette by using a REAL profile photo. Sending a personalized message, writing replies and posting constructive remarks in response instead of just ‘liking’ posts also signifies goof manners. Warwick Post, an online customer service provider gathers clients’ views on how business should improve their cyberspace visibility. This allows businesses to organize comments and feedbacks from different social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or Vimeo.
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