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Socially Yours-How to Facebook with style.

Facebook stereotypes, fan page, event, friend request, social network- "Do you know why you are on Facebook? Don't tell me: this is a question for you to ask yourself. If I may stereotype Facebook surfers are divided into a few groups."

Do you know why you are on Facebook? Don't tell me: this is a question for you to ask yourself. Keep the answer in mind the next time you go on Facebook -which is probably within the next ten minutes- and when you arrive at your homepage and find waiting for you seven fan pages, fifteen events, twenty-three application suggestions and three friend requests from total strangers. Whatever you do with these, base your decisions upon your answer to "why-am-I-on-Facebook?"

If I may stereotype, Facebook surfers are divided into these groups:

Socially Yours-How to Facebook with style. Some people are there to hang out and meet new people: "Who knows, maybe I'll find someone that I actually want to meet in person right here in my hometown." They may feel comfortable to "add" new faces to their friend lists and, at the same time, "like" many fan pages that these new friends suggest.

Socially Yours-How to Facebook with style.

Socially Yours-How to Facebook with style. Some people are there only to have an online presence with their real offline acquaintances. For example, friends whom they meet every Friday after work, or colleagues from work; and, in some cases, even members of the same household. These folks are usually more particular about the groups they join, pages they "like", and friends they add. -And the number of "friends" doesn't matter to them, since they are much more comfortable in a familiar environment.

Socially Yours-How to Facebook with style.

Socially Yours-How to Facebook with style. Then, there are people who go on Facebook hoping to network for their businesses. They usually get around socially, "like" six hundred seventy-nine pages, and quickly -and easily- request and accept friends. They often maximize the 5,000-friend limit, and may have more than one user account.

Socially Yours-How to Facebook with style.

Socially Yours-How to Facebook with style. Which type am I? I am a little bit of everything. I go on to meet friends -old and new, and to connect with the relatives and friends who are now on the other side of the world. I connect with singing colleagues from everywhere. Lastly, I am on Facebook to promote my business, which happens to be many things: from teaching voice to cooking recipes to graphic-animation design, and all the way to family values.

Socially Yours-How to Facebook with style.

Because we social network for different reasons we don't value or de-value things the same way. When you know what kind of Facebook buff you are, and why you are there, it will provide a solid ground for you to behave accordingly toward fellow facebookers.

If you are there to socialize, please know there's a place and time and with whom to insert your comment. Words are read and interpreted beyond their face value -please, be mindful. When in doubt, please do not say anything. Should you have friends who don't act appropriately, and have made comments which you did not appreciate and might have caused you damage in any way, please remember that it is alright to remove their posts.

If you don't want to "like" a page, then don't. You can also choose not to receive suggestions and invitations from such a person in the future. But do remember that it goes both ways. You cannot expect people to "like" your page or everything you say and do.

Most importantly, treat people as you'd like to be treated, and do not take people's actions personally. Should there be no way in your sound mind to avoid that, however, perhaps you and such a person should not be friends.


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We are an American father who has lived many years in Thailand, a Thai mother who has lived many years in the United States, and four children- the eldest born in America- who spent the first parts of their lives in Thailand and then moved to the USA. This multiculturalism provides a unique perspective and affords each of us the opportunity to approach things from new directions.

We follow our hearts wherever they take us. We also believe in sharing. If another is enriched then so, too, are we, for the betterment of one is the betterment of us all. We share our ideas, thoughts, knowledge and opinions with the hope that others will find value in them, as well as in the hope that they will pay it forward to make the world a continually better place.

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