Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about social media ethics. The impact of social media goes well beyond marketing and technology. It’s uncommon to talk about such aspects. However, social media etiquette and ethical guidelines must be obeyed.
The idea of what is good, bad, right, and wrong is known as ethics. There are proper and improper ways to utilize social media, according to the etiquette that governs behavior in our culture. Anybody who has ever received spam will understand this idea.
It’s crucial to keep in mind that you are joining a community when you sign up for a social media network. Respect everyone’s boundaries and be courteous and respectful to those in your community. With social media, aggressive targeted marketing has no place; instead, your goal should be to create connections with people and share your knowledge.
Authenticity, transparency, and communication are the three cornerstones of social media ethics and etiquette. Transparency is important for business and life, but authenticity is necessary for people to react favorably.
Truth is an ethical value that other people respect, and communication is essential to developing relationships and getting to know people as individuals. In business as much as in daily life, transparency is necessary. It may be challenging, but sharing knowledge that will benefit others should always be done. Thank you.