Twitter: Manners and Common Courtesy | Tech Help for Churches

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On today’s Tech Help for Churches, Twitter: Manners and Common Courtesy [tweet “Are you offending people on Twitter by accident? Try these tips:”]

Should you follow everyone?
Should you reply to mentions and DMs?
Are you giving credit to people for quotes you send?
Are you using URL shorteners with care?
Are you following the advice in Matthew 18 about solving conflict?
Do you know when to unfollow people?
Do you remember that text is flat?
Do you yell in your updates (by using all caps)?
Are you sending the wrong message by cutting punctuation?
Are you courteous?
Should you use automation?

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